Antarctica: Why Is It So Coal Down There?

25 September 2014 AD

What is Coal?

Coal is a combustible, sedimentary, organic rock, which is composed mainly of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen.

It is formed from vegetation, which has been consolidated between other rock strata and altered by the combined effects of pressure and heat over millions of years to form coal seams.

Coal is a fossil fuel and is far more plentiful than oil or gas, with around 109 years of coal remaining worldwide.

Not only does coal provide electricity, it is also an essential fuel for steel and cement production, and other industrial activities. – World Coal Association

Antarctic Coal Seam
Antarctic Coal Seam

How did all that coal get there?

Geologists haven't found the end of it
Geologists haven’t found the end of it

Yes, there is more of the black stuff to be found.

antarctic coal 3

Unbelievable? Seeing is believing. How did it get there? Evolutionists and creationists debate the origin. I side with the creationists whose arguments make sense.

Obvious to the most casual observer is the indisputable fact Antarctica had a warm, tropical climate BEFORE the formation of coal.

Learn About Coal

World Coal Association

Institute For Creation Research – On the Origin of Coal

False Religion v. Real Science

Bill Nye, known as “The Science Guy”, debates Dr. Ken Ham, CEO Answers in Genesis, in the following video. Ken Ham was a science teacher in Australia before the establishment of the Creation Science Foundation.

Creation science expositors simply state facts. Old earth believers inevitably resort to denigration of creation science believers simply because their arguments ultimately fail.

John White

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