From Where Rock Oil on Brazilian Beaches (Also Argentinian Ones Next?)

For people knowing theories of new phenomena in the natural world, it is possible that many of these happens have common casual base. These new facts in natural and infrastructure reality are like these for example: The collapse of the Morandi Bridge in Genoa. Fire catastrophe of the Lazienkowski Bridge in Warsaw – having gas pipelines – where the ground expands on geophysical and geological layers with distance speed as the one inch for hundred meters for one decade of years (pioneer independent author’s research on and under bridges and viaducts). Also new building and ecological catastrophe of two sewage pipelines together under the Vistula River in Warsaw. Accident in the Sasago Tunnel at Tokio, with widened bolt slots. Many measurements of distance in size of natural objects are not the same in numbers using old conventional surveyor (geodetic) methods and with modern GPS equipment, and these the last are probably changeable in the time for several years (GPS is wrong in distances as compensational system, not inertial one. McKinley – Denali: 1952 – 6193 m, 2015 – 6190 m, or more in 2012. Vistula: 1047 km, 1023.5 km).

Places of beach oil pollutions in Brazil suggest that oil have come with the South-Equatorial Ocean Stream, even from region of the African Oil Shore. And it come from the lithospherical expansional rock cracks or widened mining drill slots (Japanese Sasago Syndrome). Big quantity of this sea oil may be here later the critical evidence of new phenomenon. There are 5000 km from Congo to Pernambuco by the water stream, for about three months of travel time. This Nigerian (?) sea oil has havier contents after such time in the ocean.

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The Nuclear-Inside-Generative Slow Size Expansion of the Rock Planet Earth,

Accelerated by Nowadays Human Activity

[School globe model as primeval smaller and totally covered by one continent]

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Author (I am human from far country): 09 Nov 2019 / Terranium (Tr) 117

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