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Bridging The Gap Volume 14, No. 2

With the recent storms and flooding in Calgary, our thoughts are focused on the incredible power of water. This issues presents some geologic evidence of flood activity in the Calgary area as well as unveiling some astounding facts around the most famous flooding event in history.

  • Geological Evidences for Noah’s Flood in Calgary There are two outstanding outcrop sites in Calgary, Alberta that I have identified as Flood Deposits. The Mazama volcanic ash is a major constituent of these deposits. The ash can be traced to Mount Mazama (Crater Lake) in the State of Oregon, USA. Geologists are able to trace this whitish ash into southern B.C. and ...
  • Mechanics of The Flood Disaster Scenario in Calgary Space only provides a very brief explanation of the mechanics of the Flood Disaster Scenario. This scenario envisages two main stages of worldwide crustal movements with an intervening stage of relative quiescence referred to as Stage Two. Stage One equates to the early part of the first 40 days as shown in Figure 2. It is ...