The Flood Geology Series
Awesome Science Media Presents:
The Great Missoula Flood -
Modern Day Evidence
for the World Wide Flood
• Region 0 (Playable Everywhere), NTSC
• Producer: Kyle Justice
• Format: Color, Widescreen, Single DVD, NTSC
• Running Time: Approx. 82 minutes
• Language: English
• UPC: 783583359818
The Flood Geology Series Summary
This series takes leading scientists in the field of geology, chemistry, and meteorology and explores evidence for the global Flood around the world. Instead of speaking in a lecture hall or church, these scientists venture out to the geological locations to show the viewer first hand the evidence for how the Flood impacted the earth in a catastrophic manner. Scientists include Dr. Steve Austin, Michael Oard, and Dennis Bokovoy.
Bio of Producer, Kyle Justice
This DVD is produced by Emmy-nominated director, Kyle Justice. His work has appeared on such networks as National Geographic, ESPN, The Outdoor Channel, The Family Channel, and Fox Sports. Kyle started Awesome Science Media in 2010, and has been producing creation science programming since 1996.
Posted by Kenneth Lawrence on Jul 18th 2015
I give this video a '4' instead of '5' only because I am comparing it to other Flood geology videos by Michael Oard that I found more easily watchable in some respects than this one, but make no mistake: this is an extensive, compelling layout of evidence for a single catastrophic Ice Age flood in the northwest U.S.A. If I were comparing this video to any video advocating multiple Lake Missoula floods, I would unhesitatingly give it a '5', because it stands alone in its flawlessly logical and extremely comprehensive treatment of the geological evidence for a single Lake Missoula flood, and my hat is off to Oard and the production crew that produced this landmark video on that massive post-Genesis Flood catastrophic event in the northwest U.S.
In comparison to some of Oard's other Flood geology video's, I found this one to be a bit jumpy in places and a bit fast-paced for me, causing me to replay a lot of sections as I watched it, in order to fully take in the extensive information (not to mention the spectacular scenery) presented. But given the huge amount of information that this subject encompasses, this minor flaw was understandable. I suppose if Oard had slowed the pace to my liking, it would have been a four hour video. As it is, even if one is forced to replay numerous parts of it to take it in completely, it is well worth the minor effort required, because you get an unprecedented look at not only the very extensive evidence for the single Missoula flood, but also an exhaustive explanation of the evidence presented, and a grand visual tour of the Missoula flood area of origin (where a gigantic Ice Age lake used to be ), the 'scablands' where the flood tore through the pre-flood landscape, and the area farther to the west where the flood approached the Pacific ocean.
All in all, this video is a ride well worth taking, and I highly recommend it to anyone who is curious about the Lake Missoula flood, as well as in the Genesis flood, as the geological applications to that great Deluge are apparent throughout the video, and are commented upon by Oard. Again, congratulations to Oard and his production crew for a great job.
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