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Set in Stone takes the viewer on a visual odyssey of discovery. Shot in high definition on location around Britain, this DVD transports the viewer to the spectacular scenery, awe inspiring landscapes and beautiful coastlines of England. Set in Stone presents evidence for Earth's catastrophic past to enable the viewer to ask important questions.
According to modern geology, our world is over four and a half billion years old, and its geological features have been sculpted over vast eons of time. Everyone knows that Planet Earth is unimaginably ancient. It's common knowledge that geological forces have acted slowly over millions of years to form the rocks beneath our feet. But what if what everyone 'knows' is wrong?
Most significantly, Set in Stone pays a visit to Siccar Point in Scotland, made famous by the pioneering naturalist James Hutton, whose observations have sparked an earthquake in the science of geology that still reverberates to this day. Along the way, we will pose some intriguing questions:
- Were the rocks around us formed slowly and gradually - or suddenly during catastrophic events?
- Did the history of the world unfold over vast eras of time or much shorter periods?
- And what do the rocks really tell us about the geological history of our world?
This DVD comes with a fully referenced transcript with over 150 citations from the scientific literature.
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Don SBaltimore, MDAge: Over 65Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5Supportive ScienceJuly 9, 2014Don SBaltimore, MDAge: Over 65Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Excellently informative DVD. Beautiful British scenery. Very nice soundtrack. There is a very brief presentation of the history of geological uniformitarianism. Next, there is a re-examination of the evidence in the rocks in light of modern scientific findings, revealing many indicators of catastrophic processes in the formation of the landscape we now see, and bringing many uniformitarian assumptions into question. This is a DVD for the general public and no special science education is needed to appreciate it, though it is aimed at an adult or high school level . It is left up to the viewer to supply the religious implications.