Fraser Island: A Consequence of Noah’s Flood - Unlimited StreamingStreaming Video
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- Product Audience:
- High School-Adult
- Dr Ron Neller & Julie Neller
- 33 Minutes
Fraser Island has been listed as 700,000 years old (and is therefore considered to be the world’s oldest recorded sequence of sand dunes), even though early scientific work pointed to a young island. This presentation argues that Fraser Island is quite young and a consequence of Noah’s flood.
Radiocarbon-dating and correlation analysis are inappropriate techniques to use on a sand island. So, two other unique features will be explored—the distribution of ‘coffee rocks’ and the podzol soils (or what are more commonly known as coloured sands).
We argue that these features may both result from a rapid movement of coastal sands in a wet sub-tropical environment that immediately formed after the Flood, and potentially also during and immediately after the post Flood ice age.