Australian Mega Tsunami – evidence and dating

Australian Mega Tsunami field evidence

The challenge was to pursue the sources of this evidence to the ocean and detect the signatures of catastrophic tsunami in the coastal landscape. This landscape is also one subject to some of the most intense tropical storms in the world (Nott 2004) associated with winds in excess of 300 km hr21 and storm surges of 3.6 m (Bureau of Meteorology 2000). Two sites stand out as showing evidence of tsunami. The first is located at Cape Voltaire directly west of Kalumburu. Here, waves beyond the capacity of cyclones have truncated the ends of headlands. This erosion was not controlled by bedrock lithology or structure as exemplified by the erosion into columnar basalt on the headland.

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Michael Steinbacher – A New Approach to Mountain Formation

Michael Steinbacher pdf of his article on A New Approach to Mountain Formation – investigating Electromagnetic forces and how they may have helped form our landscape.

Michael Steinbacher - A New Approach to Mountain Formation

Ancient accounts from around the world describe a time when the air was choked with dust, sand, and falling stone. Floods, tsunamis, and downpours of water submerged much of the land. Oil also rained down day and night. Hurricane-strength winds scoured the earth.
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