Interstellar Asteroids Create Oil
Interstellar asteroid impacts do not exist in the geological literature. This complete absence of any information is proof of scientific corruption on a planetary scale.
Interstellar asteroid impacts create the geological conditions necessary for creating oil. An asteroid impact will NOT directly create oil, it just creates the unique conditions under which oil can form. This information gave the Empire a monopoly on information on how to easily find oil.
Until recently only seven oil companies on the planet had working access to this knowledge. I am informing the victims of this monopoly (the smaller oil companies) that the US government has played a direct role in screwing them over.
Interstellar asteroids can impact with velocities that can exceed 500 kilometers per second (kms). This is 500 times faster than a rifle bullet. Interstellar asteroids can punch through the crust and detonate far below the surface. A massive jet of vaporized material exits, retracing the asteroids incoming path through the crust. This jet will rise thousands of miles above the Earth’s surface and kill everything within line of sight. This specific kill mechanism is also missing from the scientific literature.
An interstellar impact can supply the energy to blast billions of tons of vaporized material out of the Earth’s gravity well as a jet. Only when vaporized material achieves escape velocity can the lighter chemicals and isotopes escape.
The clearest evidence for interstellar asteroid impacts is the heavy uranium isotope enrichment in black shale. The vaporization and separation of elements by their mass also tends to concentrate heavier (and more refractory?) elements in the fall back. Uranium is the least likely element to achieve escape velocity therefore it is concentrated far above its normal abundance in black shale. The high concentration of uranium found in black shale is a marker for interstellar impacts, not anoxia.
As the vaporized rock leaves the Earth’s atmosphere, it spreads out in the vacuum. It is every uranium atom for itself. The lighter 235U atoms have a higher velocity than the 238U atoms. The gravity well separates the two isotopes based on whether they individually have escape velocity.
The lighter 235U atoms tend to escape while the 238U atoms tend to fall back. Both isotopes escape and both isotopes fall back, it is just the ratio between them which changes. The fall back has a heavier isotope ratio than the original target material.
The uranium was the tip of the iceberg. Black Shale could also contain nickel, chromium, and molybdenum which dogma also said were anoxia markers. All of the heavy metals fell together to the bottom of the sea after the impact creating the conditions for black shale and oil. The anoxia was the result of this reactive and toxic metal concentration, not the cause of it.
Why Anoxia Did Not Create the Conditions for Oil
Without the toxic metallic fallout from an interstellar asteroid impact there would be very little organic material hanging around long enough to create oil. Organic material is food and blaming anoxia for the creation of oil has one big flaw. What about the anaerobic bacteria which would have found the organic material on the ocean bottom quite tasty? The metallic contents of oil shale are toxic to all living things and acts to preserve any organic material including meat. Think of oil as metallically pickled dinosaur. The impact fallout would have preserved any organic material reaching the poisoned ocean floor.
The impact also releases huge amounts of carbon and increases the bioavailability of iron, phosphorus and other key elements for life. These other elements also explain the increase of ocean productivity (at least at the single celled level). At the same time increased organic material is falling into the poisoned bottom layer to be removed from the biosphere by burial. This buried organic material has the potential to become oil under the proper circumstances.
The metallic fallout from the interstellar asteroid creates the anoxia and not the other way around.
The Uranium in Fresh Water Oil Shales
In ordinary sediments the uranium is not concentrated (about 2 ppm) and was placed there by ordinary weathering. The uranium isotopic ratio in these sediments matches their igneous sources. But in black shale the uranium can be concentrated to hundreds of times this amount.
The USGS are blaming the difference in the isotope ratios between deep earth uranium sources (igneous) and sedimentary surface deposits on a chemical effect called redox. All of the surface deposits (a few exceptions being placer deposits from igneous sources) are isotope heavy (depleted in 235U).
Never does the USGS explain where the missing 235U has gone. Never do they mention that redox has absolutely no chemical effect on separating uranium isotopes or it would be used in enrichment programs for nuclear weapons.
The official story of oil shale is where the problem starts. Anoxia at the sea (or lake) bottom precipitates metals to high concentrations.
Black shales with high uranium content have formed in fresh water. If the uranium had precipitated from nearby volcanic sources like ash, then the uranium isotopes should read normal or light. If the uranium fell out of the sky after an interstellar impact then it should read isotopically heavy.
Black shale always read isotopically heavy which indicates that the uranium has been processed by an interstellar impact.
A point about the USGS’s chemical analysis of the Uranium in black shale. The USGS would recognize uranium as being present but always said they did not know what chemical form it had, only that it was bound to the organic material. One reference said it was bound into the chemical (Barium Uranyl Phosphate) which made it virtually insoluble in seawater no matter the anoxia. All of these metals would have to be present in vast quantities in the precipitating solution. Except what is the probability that barium, phosphorus, and uranium could co-precipitate out of freshwater in the amounts found in fresh water black shale?
This process for creating oil can only begin if the organic material is not consumed by either fish, worms, aerobic or anaerobic bacteria. In dead areas, so called anoxic (oxygen deprived) is a fake mechanism given by the USGS for preserving this organic material for burial. This is a fake narrative since many organisms can happily thrive without oxygen and would have devoured this organic material.
The metals deposited by interstellar impacts into black shale are so poisonous that the organic material is preserved for burial. It creates a toxic zone on the bottom that preserves (pickles) all the organic material that falls into it.
By the 1960’s the geological record had provided the United States Geological Survey with absolute proof for the existence of interstellar asteroids. But the public is not made aware of the existence of interstellar asteroids until 50 years later (Oumuamua 2017)? The US Geological Survey puts the profits of the Seven Sisters oil companies ahead of the survival of the human race.