Geological maps show geological history of the Gold Coast, Australia, and relation to Noah’s Flood

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This geological map (figure 1) of the Gold Coast area in Queensland has each geological unit marked in a different colour. The legend on the map signifies what each colour refers to, and is arranged with the youngest rocks at … Continued

Gold in Victoria, Australia, formed as Noah’s Floodwaters were rising

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In January 2014, I visited Bendigo in Victoria, one of the towns made famous when gold was discovered in 1851. During the ensuing gold rush to the region, the Australian population tripled in just ten years. The gold in the … Continued

Geebung fossils reveal Noah’s Flood tail in South East Queensland

After construction workers dug up fossils of crocodiles, fish, frogs, shells, and plants at Geebung, a northern suburb of Brisbane, staff from the Queensland Museum began collecting and research. Within weeks they organized a press conference at the site to … Continued

Fossils found at Geebung, Australia, were buried by Noah’s Flood

Overpass construction at Geebung, a northern Brisbane suburb, has dug up fossils of crocodiles, frogs, fish, shells and plants, buried in the last stages of Noah’s Flood, about 4,500 years ago.1 A piling rig recovered the fossils from a layer … Continued

Google Earth shows Appalachians were eroded by receding floodwaters

Further to my two recent posts these two Google-Earth images provide further evidence the Appalachians were eroded by the receding waters of Noah’s Flood. My first post presented a reinterpretation of a paper published in GSA Today (a publication of … Continued

Lead author challenges Noah’s Flood interpretation of Appalachians

Sean Gallen, lead author of the GSA Today paper about the uplift of the Appalachians, which I connected with Noah’s Flood has responded with the following comment. My response is interspersed. I am the first author on the article “Miocene … Continued

Appalachians eroded by receding waters of Noah’s Flood, new GSA paper shows

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An interesting article, published in GSA Today (a publication by the Geological Society of America) in February 2013, describes features of the landscape of the Appalachian Mountains. These are a system of mountain ranges in eastern North America, extending from … Continued

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