Kurt, you are taking some really interesting places. that’s great! In the middle of a cave. Actually, this is one of the coal mines we have looked at a little bit earlier. But There saft has collapsed to the top, so we can see the rocks above it. Yes. And we see some things seen before: This is where you find some fossil logs, but they have never been seen on Sandstone Like before. They’re actually inside the shell. And if we look a little bit over it, we actually have a coal vein – where exactly – our headband is exactly working. And notice that something interesting about this beautiful curb is its very flat top. Yes. So look, the coal is spilled.
This left a very, very flat surface. This is one of the ethe of charcoal. This is a flat hill. Almost every coal seam has an incredibly flat top and a flat bottom. I can see you are in contact with the other party. So two feature calls can be seen here. One more thing that can’t really be seen until you look under the microscope – Steve Austin received his doctorate. Experiment – and looking through a microscope can identify bits of coal, especially bits of shell in charcoal Ok, what’s going on here? So the question is why it is made of shell. And Getty’s idea that we made the logs – what Steve eventually proposed was a log mat floating on a body of water – logs floating on the surface. And these are lycopod diaries.
Trees are hollow stumps. They have shells but do not hunt for internal secondary wood. As they swim through the water, they peel off the shell and roll towards each other. The shell burns and falls to the bottom. So the water … as the log floats around the mat, it leaves this crust layer … moves the crust around it to accumulate it … then floats in that area and somewhere. And it can accumulate crust. What it allows – if you level the already flat surface – the crust falls on a flat surface and forms a flat base under the crust pile. And then when the log mat floats over that area, it leaves a flat surface on a pile of bark. Then the dark must be turned into coal. And he will discover coal seams: the fact that they are made of crust layers, pieces of crust, the fact that they are flat and flat. And these people – in fact, it’s basically impossible to explain in any way. Okay, yes, because I was taught – the traditional paradigm – that coal takes a long time to form and forms the bottom of a swamp. But he’s not looking here. No, we don’t see that. If it were a swamp, most things we see would be true. First of all, if it’s a swamp, you’ll see trees growing in the ground.
So you’d expect feet in the material under the charcoal. And when you record death – I don’t see … I can’t see any roots here. And beneath the modern swamp, you have many routes everywhere. right. So we don’t see this. Also, consider the bottom of the swamp. Do you think the swamp is nice and flat? no, it is not. It’s uneven because the surface will be glued to all these trees. We don’t have trees that grow through coal to the material below, and then we have a flat surface. Suddenly we got coal. And if you dig something in a swamp to see what kind of plant material it is – it contains plenty of plant material – but if you take it, Steve would recognize it as a coffee ground. This is a good definition. Better.
Yeah … the roots that grow with these things get mixed up – it says what we call it – and it’s destroying the structure. You won’t find any barking parts there! They are not recognizable; They are small parts. You cannot find a branch; They are broken and unrecognizable. Leaves are not recognized. So if it’s made of WhatsApp, you won’t discover the shell inside. But that’s what Steve Steve is looking for in the coal seam: bark. So it has a flat base, a piece of shell, and then a flat top. If you started growing forests there, how can you cut the forest from the plain so that a sudden coal crack will occur? Yes. And … that allows one to get a very, very flat surface. How does this happen? It doesn’t make sense.
Therefore, the traditional explanation with a long marsh time did not work. So what Steve did… he was interested in doing a thesis on coal, he went to an institute that worked on coal – Penn State – and then all those coal seams in the United States of America Hakkıord, what. ideal production is the best example of coal? And they directed it to Kentucky 12 coal, and that’s what he did in his thesis. But when they saw it, they found a flat base, a flat top, and more, even armchairs – thin circle layers with flat bottles in the center of the coal. Tops to complement thin layers and shell pieces in MS and charcoal. And concluded, I cannot explain this model. It is the standard method. So what he did was develop a new model. If this log bottom is blown off, you have a layer of crust and then a layer of mud could come – it could be an inch of mud – and it could cover the sediment here. Then the log bedding can float inside, deposit more coal, flow back again, and gain another thin layer of soil.