Fred Dainty, Garry Watterson and John Mackay spent a hard day's work uploading fabulous new specimens onto their mobile display boxes for our museum. You are quite right. You haven't seen specimens like this in many museums around the planet. The Lord has truly blessed us. Now have a good close look at the detail, and you will notice there is not the slightest evidence these fossils lay around for vast ages waiting to be slowly buried. That is a major point of our museum collection. Showing that the rocks do not preserve time, defeats one main and very sad reason why many people think they have to reject God's Word as real history.   Now look at the black and white marble containing fabulous Nautiloid shells. These creatures were somewhat similar to squids with a long pointy shell. There is no way these creatures died, fell to the bottom, then slowly got covered. If that had happened, they would be pointing in every direction. But these creatures have been orientated so their sharp ends are mostly pointing in one direction. Their alignment is due to a rapid current washing them in e.g. these fossils didn't live where they were found. Such rapid catastrophic flood based depositing is another key point of our museum. Keep up your financial support of these important projects.


slab_trilobites1MIXED UP MUSEUM SLAB. Can you spot the star fish, mixed with trilobites, mixed with chunks of wood? Most people miss the fact that the star fish and trilobites lie every which way including upside down, sideways and some right way up. This again was not formed when creatures just died and fell to the bottom. Jumbled pieces of land material and water creatures prove differing environments have been torn apart then buried together. A third key point of our museum is if fossil creatures weren't buried where they are found, then they lived somewhere else, so the rocks don't represent buried environments. Therefore you can't simply add up layers one on top of the other and think you are looking at the history of life, when in reality you are just looking at the record of where creatures are dead. Time is not the key, process is. This will also be the key theme of our Darwin on the Rocks part 4 which we have finally, praise the Lord, got some spare time to begin reinvesting in after all the losses, DVD studio damages etc caused by last year's horrendous weather in south east Queensland.

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