The Lunar Connection between Impact Plumes. Uranium Air Fall and Black Shales
The standard explanation for the presence of large amounts of uranium in oil shales is that it precipitates out of seawater.
Where is the seawater on the Moon?
The mice from straw argument, of Anoxic (oxygen deprived) seawater precipitating out the uranium has one serious problem. The ocean has to be
biologically productive for organic material to be buried to form the oil and gas in the shale. If the ocean is anoxic (dead) how is the organic
material found in the shales produced? The uranium prevents organic material that falls into it from decaying. You can get one, but not the other from
What if the source of uranium was more common sense like the Earth’s crust and mantle. The problem here is that uranium is found at 2 parts per
million in the crust and mantle. What process could concentrate uranium to 100’s of parts per million and have it fall out of the sky?
According to the kinetic theory of gases, a heavier gas molecule moves slower than a lighter gas molecule at the same temperature. What if the
temperature were high enough that some of the molecules were able to reach Earth’s escape velocity?
What has enough energy to heat the crust and mantle enough that lighter molecules like potassium and silicon reach Earth’s escape velocity but
heavier slower molecules like uranium fall back to Earth? Heavy elements would be concentrated in the fall back material while lighter elements would
be completely lost. Higher temperature molecules would also be concentrated in the fall back.
How about an Extra-Solar Asteroid? An asteroid from outside the Solar System does not need to be going 72 kilometers per second or less (Solar System
escape velocity). At much higher velocities (>200kilometers per second) an asteroid does not leave much of a surface crater. It can punch through the
crust and reach the mantle before detonating. In geology these massive melt structures in the mantle have been called Mantle Plumes. But obviously
they didn’t originate from magma outflow from the mantle so they should be called Impact Plumes.
Voila! Uranium falling from the sky. It falls to the bottom of the oceans and makes just the bottom of the oceans anoxic. The uranium pulls oxygen
from the surrounding seawater and creates a dead zone only near the bottom. So the upper oceans still have enough oxygen to support life. When stuff
dies up there, their bodies fall into the uranium anoxic zone at the bottom. So we have both the concentration of uranium and a buildup of unoxidized
organic material which is then buried to become black oily shales in the future.
Where does the moon come in? The webpage from the American Association of Petroleum Geologists maps the presence of uranium concentrated on the lunar
surface. There are no oceans on the Moon but like everything else in the Solar System, the Moon does get hit with Extra-Solar asteroids.
The oil companies have made billions keeping this a secret. They have literally done every crime imaginable to keep this secret.