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Wednesday, May 27, 2015

New Islands Ageing Nicely

A volcano gets a notion to erupt and form an island. Hot times! But what happens next? (Maybe the rocks of known age will be tested to be 250,000 years old using fundamentally flawed radiometric dating methods, but never mind about that now.) The new island begins to cool, and a whole passel of activity begins. After all, that's what happened with the island of Surtsey, off the coast of Iceland. There's life, and also geologic formations that threaten uniformitarian paradigms.

A volcano formed the island of Surtsey, and it is becoming populated with life forms. Mt. St. Helens erupted, and that area is becoming repopulated. What about Nishinoshima? Volcanic activity is a part of the Genesis Flood. Recovery afterward is a part of God's design.
Image credit: NASA Earth Observatory satellite
For that matter, Mt. St. Helens had a big eruption in the state of Washington, and has been recovering nicely. Also, it has been a geological laboratory, with a mini Grand Canyon that obviously did not take millions of years to form. It's been the frequent subject of evidence for what would have happened during and after the Genesis Flood.

How about this new one, Nishinoshima, off the coast of Japan (if you consider 1,000 km/621 miles "off the coast")? It will probably get populated with birds, plants, and other life forms.

Volcanic activity is a part of the Genesis Flood. Recovery afterward is a part of God's design. For some interesting information on Surtsey, Nishinoshima, Mt. St. Helens, the Galapagos Islands, and more, click on "Instant Islands and Ecology". 

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