Re: Flood Coal (No. 2)
Arthur V. Chadwick (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Sun, 26 Oct 1997 09:27:36 -0700
At 05:39 PM 10/25/97 -0600, you wrote:
>Below is an article I've written describing my observations of two coal
>seams near Birmingham, AL. The Figures are not furnished here, but the
>verbal descriptions and a little imagination should allow you to
>mentally reconstruct what I drew. The photograph (also not furnished)
>shows the base of a vertical fossil tree trunk which was apparently
>severed at approximately a 60 degree angle; no root structure is visible
>in the photo.
Where was this published? (If not, why not?). This is exactly the kind of
work that needs to be done to challenge the popular model of bog coals.
Also, what kind of material is the coal composed of principally? Is it
bark, wood, leaves or peat, etc. Interesting report.