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Retired Builder Fred Dainty adds the last touches to sign he has erected for the living fossil forest. Living fossil is a term Darwin invented to describe fossils that seemed to be the same as present day descendants -a fact which doesn't aid his theory of evolution, we are planting living versions of all the fossils we find in the area, so students and visitors can see the lack of change with their own eyes . See more of this great project below or click HERE for earlier fossil research results.
 
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It doesn't look much yet as winter draws to a cool finish down under but the Genesis 1-2 garden plants will take off in the soon coming spring and will feature AFTER THE KIND as their theme.
 
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The volunteers gather together as the end of the work day in front of the newly erected sign to the fossil flood log jam - ready just in time for the High School visits on the Tuesday and Wednesday following.
 
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A site for further research as geologist Liam Fromyhr and assistant for the day Darryl, carefully  map and log the fossils trees - a vital and slow task in proving this is a flood deposit.
 
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The map of the logs showing their direction and angle of dip  might not mean much to you,  but to the geologist who is an evolutionist it is undeniable evidence this site is not a fossil forest , but a flood dump that has brought trees form a distant forest that has been smashed and then has dumped them here. a vital first stage in showing students that you can recognise a catastrophic flood deposit. 

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