FINDING FOSSIL FLOOD EVIDENCE IN THE UK (PART 1 Dorset Coast)

A two week research trip with my family to the famous Jurassic Coast, in Dorset, UK has revealed many interesting and thought-provoking fossils. At Monmouth Beach, Lyme Regis, we visited the “Ammonite Pavement”. This is a layer of limestone protruding out of the cliff at ground level, over a massive area, which is full (and I mean FULL) of ammonites and nautilus’. The presence of so many well preserved ammonites in one area, with no apparent reason for their death is hard to explain except via a flood based catastrophe.

Now bear in mind that the pavement is just one of the many  layers of limestone. We counted 30 above ground level, going up the cliff, and there are many more layers reported under the ground.  This certainly is a fossil grave yard! The fossil Nautilus’ found in this strata are also a “living fossil” – alive today and unchanged for a supposed 195 million years – no evolution!

Exciting finds were the more unusual fossils of the marine reptile Ichthyosaur. We found vertebrae and sections of the lower jaw - a small portion of the hundreds of reptilian remains  that have been found throughout the Jurassic Coast. We also popped into the Heritage Centre in Charmouth to see the Scelidosaurus dinosaur fossil found at there. Although I couldn’t take a photo of it, for ownership reasons, notice the sign on the wall about the fossil’s burial gives excellent evidence for the Flood! It is obvious, even to secularists, that it was buried in a flood. 

We also visited Burton Bradstock, another fossil graveyard of ammonites, gastropods, bivalves, and brachiopods. This formation was clearly formed rapidly and catastrophically as the bivalve (cockles, clams) shells have been fossilised closed. They have been buried alive.
In total we collected over 9 crates of fossils, all showing evidence that flooding on an England wide scale has occurred. Now are you brave enough to ask is this what it looks like …an overwhelming case pointing to the  global Flood of Noah!
And yes …as many we collected still need cleaning …a busy winter project emerges.
Also why not plan now to join John Mackay and myself when we do our Fall public field trips in April May 2016.

See Joseph article FINDING FOSSIL FLOOD EVIDENCE IN THE UK (PART 2 Isle of Wight)

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