All life on the face of the earth has carbon in it... Humans, animals, plants... Like I said before forget the name 'fossil' its a misnomer.
Quite correct. Here's the definition of fossil:
The evidence in rock of the presence of a plant or an animal from an earlier geological period. Fossils are formed when minerals in groundwater replace materials in bones and tissue, creating a replica in stone of the original organism or of their tracks.
A fossil is a replica of the original organism.
Crude oil is formed by the remains of living organisms, both animal and vegetable. It usually consists of about 85% carbon and 14% hydrogen, with minute traces of other elements.
Not true. That is the typical teaching from the Leftist controlled schooling though. I'm surprised you so fully support the Demo c rats on this topic. Just wow.
When I went to engineering school, there was no leftist controlled schooling; good engineering schools do not buy into the pseudo science of the left.
How does animal material get miles under the earth?
The organic materials (both animal and vegetable) start at the bottoms of oceans and are driven deep into the earth by plate tectonics.
How come all cemetery's aren't loaded with oil?
If we could heat and pressurize all those graves for a few thousand years, we might get a pint of crude oil. Please be patient.
How would all the animal materials pass though all the solid rock layers and through clay layers and all that?
Clay is not found at great depths. The rocks are not solid but have pores, cracks and fissures that run for hundreds of miles. They also do not stay in place as evidenced by the actions of earth quakes.
The organic building blocks of crude oil consist of carbon and hydrogen, both of which can be found in gaseous form (H2, CO, CO2), which can even bubble up under the ocean...which it does.
Where did you study geology, chemistry and physics? Which engineering texts could you direct us toward in our search for technical enlightenment?