Giltric: Would sand perform like oil or magma?
trappedspirit: No. Well, ok, maybe. If you drill somewhere that's contains the right near erruption conditions...So if you drill somewhere that doesn't have the right mixture of pressure and gasses the answer is no. That's some intense investigative reporting.
Frehar: Lets ask this guy.[images1.wikia.nocookie.net image 747x581]
Mose: Every time I read the work "magma"...
icky icky icky pokang zoom boing: Lava is on the surface, magma is underground. Oil underground is pressurized by gas and would behave nothing like the mantle, which is not pressurized. The mantle is highly viscous. Magma chambers in the crust may be pressurized by thermodynamics. Magma is considered a mantle melt.
Wittenberg Dropout: Frehar: Lets ask this guy.[images1.wikia.nocookie.net image 747x581]You ask him, I'll be with that sexy evil Liz Shaw.
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