A friend who lives near Laidley west of Brisbane wrote asking me for information about his property.
We have this ridge of sandstone cliffs down the middle of the block, just over one thousand feet above sea level. We often have groups of young people from our church out on Bar B Ques. I would [...]
Here’s an attractive brochure just printed showing how the Glass House Mountains, a popular tourist destination in South east Queensland, were formed during the catastrophic Flood of Noah’s time. I’m keen to see Christians promoting the biblical worldview in the public arena.
This brochure is geographically specific but that is where we need to operate. [...]
Standing on the lookout at Mapleton Falls it feels like you are suspended in mid-air. Alongside is Pencil Creek with its white foam bubbling over the sharp edge of the vertical basalt cliff, and plunging 120 metres to the valley floor.
The steep walls enclose a secluded rainforest, dotted with palm trees. Beyond the amphitheatre [...]
A journalist from the Brisbane Courier Mail/Sunday Mail rang last week and plied me with questions about CMI’s upcoming geology excursion.
She asked about the oldest rocks in the Brisbane area, fossils, the Ice Age dinosaurs and much more.
I was surprised at the length of the interview. Toward the end she said she needed to find [...]
Our coach driver snapped this photo at the final stop of CMI’s geological field trip, which I hosted in Brisbane last Saturday. We are standing in front of and on top of some large granite boulders extracted from a disused quarry in the background, which was worked in a rock-unit geologists dubbed “Enoggera Granite”.
Everyone had [...]