What process happens when mud or silt is buried and water and air are squeezed out producing shale?
This is known broadly as lithification. It involves the processes of compaction and cementation. However in this specific question you only refer to the compaction process (the act of removing water and air or more technically reducing the void ratio or porosity),
What process happens when mud or silt is buried and water and air are squeezed out producing such rocks as shale?
Compaction is the process of pore space reduction due to pressure exerted, normally by overburden weight. Shale would be produced by the process of lithification, which includes the individual steps of compaction and cementation of particles of sediment. Cementation occurs as mineral crystals precipitate from the water removed by compaction, binding the sedimentary particles together into rock.
Physically and epending on the location and type of Buddhist he may be cremated or exposed for sky burial (this is generally limited to Tibet). Some monks have been mummified though a esoteric process of Sokushinbutsu (the practice of Buddhist monks observing Asceticism to the point of death and entering mummification while alive.)Spititually they believe that they are reborn as part of an ongoing cycle of death an rebirth. This can end at death after…
Foliated rocks are formed by pressure, they are buried deep. Before, minerals are scattered in the rock randomly. After it goes through presure, minerals are squeezed together and line up in rows. This happens deep underground and inside mountains. The rock has the same minerals in it before and after pressure. The texture of these rocks are foliated. Foliated are minerals that are flattened and lined up in layers.
if you do not recycle it, then it will go to a land fill and get buried in the ground over many years... when if you recycle it then it will probably get ripped up and teared into small pieces by machines and boiled so all the fibers come loose and is put in a presser and pressed back into new cardboard. i am not sure about this because this is what happens to paper…