Nothing will happen when you wash them. It is very unlikely anything would happen if the paint was wet.
The brownies will be dry, maybe not too tasty.
Vehicle will operate as if under heavy load.
Yes, but very slowly. It would take a long time to dry out one inch of oil.
there skin dry out and then they need more water and they are dead
Scientists have been working on alternative methods of energy for years. Don't worry. They will have it figuered out before the last oil well goes dry.
A bit more information would be useful, like how many miles are on the vehicle. If it isn't a high mileage vehicle, it might be a bad oil pressure sensor.
It might damage the engine because it might be to viscous. You need to check the manual for compatibility. Some engines allow refill with more viscous oil.
the cake would be nasty and dry
there would be no oil and they would fail and lose money.
Generally you can mix the oils without a problem, check the oil manufacters label for any warnings.
Look, figure it out! It's nun of my beeswax!
oil would fill the lands
Water and oil are not miscible.
I would use the basic oil; However if your vehicle has high mileages, I would recommend synthetic oil by Mobil 1.
if oil supply get exhausted then the development of our country will stop and you cannot travel with any of the motor vehicle as we require petrol for it !
everyone will die
If there was a oil spill the entire ocean ecosystem would be at risk.
If you ran it out of oil, you may have locked up the engine. It needs oil for lubrication. No oil...no engine.
it would still grow
Your basic oil dry is just saw dust and sand.
It's simple. They would die.
I would say as needed.
If the oil spill nearby, the orgnisms will burn and died.
nothing. they don't mix or react. oil will float on the water