Fossil Log Jam Stage 2

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STAGE 2, 2007. GYMPIE (Australia) FLOOD TREE SITE EXCAVATION success as a good group
of helpers turned up to continue the excavation we discovered quite a few years ago. Now read on and enjoy what we excavated.
See latest pics for FLOOD LOG JAM STAGE 1 , 2007. Also new research 2007 FLOOD FERNS IN LIMESTONE.

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1. The excavation now covers an area several Olympic swimming pools in size.
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 2. Our outdoor museum site has become a place for students, primary and highschool, to learn excavation techniques and to see the results of God's awesome judgement on the earth.
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3. Continued work at the first site exposes reveals even more logs at greater depths.
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 4. There's plenty of hard work for adult volunteers.
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5. Your donations support the cost of the excavation machinery, so we can really dig deep.
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 6. A little further work reveals two more logs where only one was originally visible.
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 7. Adults take over from young students who found this log and look what happens next!
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8. After washing the find, it turns out to be another snapped off log. More evidence of catastrophic upheaval and rapid burial.
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 9. This year we brought in the heavy duty equipment with high pressure sprayers, but the next bit surprised even us.
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 10. The log just kept getting bigger as we excavated.
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 11. We have a long way to go on this one, but many of these are proving to be huge pine trees.
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 12. Geologist Liam Fromyhr removes surface material with a high pressure sprayer.
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 13. This technology certainly speeds up the excavation and reveals well preserved materials.
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 14. Two separate logs are starting to take shape.
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15. Well preserved external features intact are helpful in identification.
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 16. Complete excavation of this piece reveals a section of log a metre long and a half across, snapped at both ends, with bark removed and a tiny segment of a different tree snapped off right beside it. There can be no doubt of the catastrophic violence involved in this deposit, and there can be no that these rapidly buried trees are no help to the vast ages concept. Neither is there any help here for the theory of evolution. Southern or Auricarian pine trees, such as the Wollemi, have certainly produced their own kind as Genesis says God created things to do.

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