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Some of the Hills & Mount are suspected as Ancient Tree Fossils

By Unknown - February 06, 2018

In various places on earth there are several Bukit, from various evidences suspected as Ancient Tree Fossils. Indeed a deeper scientific investigation is necessary to corroborate or refute these findings. However, from the various evidence presented in this video, we may for a moment assume that the theory is true. We do not lead you to believe the theory. From that theory we hope to make additional discourse for all of us, especially to those who want to investigate further and more deeply.
Fossils (Latin: fossa which means "digging out of the ground") are the remains or remains of living things that become rocks or minerals. To become a fossil, the remains of these animals or plants should be immediately covered in sediment. Experts are distinguished by some fossils. There are ordinary rock fossils, fossils formed in amber, tar fossils, such as those formed in La Brea ter wells in California. Animals or plants that are thought to be extinct but apparently there are still called living fossils. The most common fossils are the remaining skeletons such as shells, teeth and bones. Soft tissue fossils are very rare. The science of fossils is paleontology, which is also a branch of archeology.

What can be categorized as fossils? 

Fossilization is the process of accumulating animal or plant residues that accumulate in sediments or deposits that are fully preserved, partially or trace only. There are several conditions for the occurrence of focalization, among others:
  • The organism has a hard body partExperiencing preservation
  • Free of spoilage bacteria
  • It happens naturally
  • Contains a small amount of oxygen
  • Age is more than 10,000 years ago.
Devil's Tower (USA)
Devils Tower
Matȟó Thípila (Lakota)
SquareDevilsTower.jpg
Devils Tower, 2017
Highest point
Elevation5,112 ft (1,558 m)  NAVD 88[1]
Coordinates44°35′25″N 104°42′55″WCoordinates44°35′25″N 104°42′55″W[2]
Geography
LocationCrook County, WyomingUnited States
Parent rangeBear Lodge Mountains, part of the Black Hills
Topo mapUSGS Devils Tower
Geology
Mountain typeLaccolith
Climbing
First ascentWilliam Rogers and Willard Ripley, July 4, 1893
Easiest routeDurrance Route

Devil's Tower is located in northeastern Wyoming, United States. This rock is estimated to form since tens of millions of years ago due to volcanic activity of the earth. In addition, the erosion on the side of this mountain makes the shape of this mountain becomes more interesting. The side of this mountain looks straight striped elongated like dredged or carved with an object. The mountain was discovered by Colonel Richard Irving Dodge in 1875. After that on September 24, 1906, Devil's Tower was inaugurated by US President (Theodore Roosevelt) as the National Monument of the United States. At that time Devil's Tower was the first Monument inaugurated in the US. The scope of the area of ​​this monument covers an area of ​​more than 500 hectares.
Devils Tower (also Bear Lodge Butte[6]) is a laccolithic butte composed of igneous rock in the Bear Lodge Mountainsf. [Wikipedia]


The landscape surrounding Devils Tower is composed mostly of sedimentary rocks. The oldest rocks visible in Devils Tower National Monument were laid down in a shallow sea during the mid- to late-Triassic period, 225 to 195 million years ago. This dark red sandstone and maroon siltstone, interbedded with shale, can be seen along the Belle Fourche River. Oxidation of iron minerals causes the redness of the rocks. This rock layer is known as the Spearfish Formation.

Geologists Carpenter and Russell studied Devils Tower in the late 19th century and came into the conclusion that it was formed by an igneous intrusion. Modern geologists agree that it is formed by the intrusion of igneous material, but not on exactly how that process took place. Several believe the molten rock comprising the Tower might not have surfaced; others are convinced the tower is all that remains of what is the volcano explosive.

Caused the shape is very similar to a giant tree stump, it is no wonder some believe that DEVILS TOWER was once a giant tree that has been cut. What kind of creature has cut it, by what means the tree is cut, then where the remains of the trunk, until now still a mystery and need to be intensified investigation to find out.




Debre Damo (Afrika)

Debre Damo is the name of a flat-topped mountain, or amba, and a 6th-century monastery in northern Ethiopia. The mountain is a steeply rising plateau of the trapezoidal shape, about 1000 by 400 m in dimension. With a latitude and longitude of 14 ° 22'26 "N 39 ° 17'25" ECoordinates: 14 ° 22'26 "N 39 ° 17'25" E, it sits at an elevation of 2216 m above sea level. It is north-west of Adigrat, in the Mehakelegnaw Zone of the Tigray Region, close to the border with Eritrea.

Debre Damo is the name of a flat-topped mountain, or amba, and a 6th century monastery in northern Ethiopia. The mountain is a steeply rising plateau or trapezoidal shape, about 1000 by 400 meters in dimension, having an elevation of 2216 meters above sea level, and located west of Adigrat in the Zone of the Tigray Region. The monastery, accessible only by rope up a sheer cliff, is known for its collection of manuscripts, and having the earliest existing church building in Ethiopia still in its original style.

Indeed there has been no in-depth research from archaeologists, geologists or other scientists. But look, if the place was taken with the camera from the distance and the right view, it could be the former place is the wilderness of ancient trees.

Mount Conner (Australia)

Mount Conner, also known as Attila and Artilla, is an Australian mountain located in the southwest corner of the Northern Territory, 75 kilometres (47 mi) southeast of Lake Amadeus at the border of the vast Curtin Springs cattle station in Pitjantjatjara country. It reaches to 859 metres (2,818 ft) above sea level and to 300 meters (984 ft) above ground level.

Mount Conner is a flat-topped and horseshoe-shaped inselberg / mesa, part of the same vast rocky substrate thought to be beneath Uluru / Ayers Rock and Kata Tjuta / Olgas. Uluru, as you approach from Uluru and Kata Tjuta, when approaching from Alice Springs. It was named Mount Conner by William Gosse in 1873 after South Australian politician M. L. Conner. [more...]

Mt Conner consists of conglomerates, sandstones, siltstones, and mudstones of the Late Ediacaran-Early Cambrian Winnall beds and the Middle Cryogenian-early / mid Ediacaran Inindia beds. The Winnall beds form the upper part of Mt Conner. The summit consists of gray to coarse-grained sandstone with pebble layers and minor beds of pebble conglomerate and siltstone that form a prominent scarp. The Winnall beds that underlie this scarp is a recessive composed of dark brown micaceous siltstone, mudstone, and fine-grained sandstone.


The lower part of Mt. Conner consists of planar and trough cross-bedded, medium to coarse-grained, gray-brown sandstones, dark brown siltstones, and cherts, of the Inindia beds. The upper part of the Inindia beds are fluvial deposits. The sides of Mt Conner are also blanketed by scree (talus) and its top is blanketed by colluvium. The base of Mt Conner is surrounded by alluvium.


When compared, these two images are similar are not they?


Antarctic Forests

Millions of years ago Antarctica was not the continent of ice as we see it today. Who would have thought, forest with lush trees ever grow there. This evidence is shown through fragments of 13 fossil trees that scientists have just discovered. The fossilized tree, estimated to be 260 million years old, at least describes how an Antarctic ice continent used to be a fertile area.

The period in which the tree grows is according to researchers from the Period of the Final Permian which lasted 299 million to 251 million years ago.

Erik Gulbranson, a paleoecologist from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and colleagues, revealed that the extinction of the forest has something to do with increasing greenhouse gases in the atmosphere such as carbon dioxide and methane. Possibly, during the 200,000 years of volcanic eruptions in Siberia releasing tons of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere.



The ancient trees were able to survive during the prolonged summer and winter months, before disappearing in the largest mass extinction in history.
This article simply reminds us that what we see on our earth now, is of course very different in its condition hundreds of millions of years ago. Could be, the land is now a desert, formerly a jungle. Or it could be the land we are standing now, where we live with our families, formerly a vast ocean.



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Antarctic Forest: The Mystery of a Lost Continent


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