Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Explore Yosemite & Zion National Parks DVD Review!

In Explore Yosemite and Zion National Parks , authored by Kyle Justice, Noah Justice takes the viewer on a 30 minute spectacular visit to two wonders of the world.  This particular DVD goes into great detail and gives in depth explanations of Radioisotope Dating and The Great Ice Age.

" The amazing granite cliffs are a part of the Sierra Nevadas, a huge rock batholith thought to have been formed over millions of years.  But new evidence helps researchers understand how the formation of these mountains took just weeks or months.

In addition, Yosemite Valley is thought to have been cut by the Merced River and multiple ice ages over long ages, yet this huge valley is actually evidence of erosion due to a catastrophe during and right after the Global Flood."

In addition, you'll also learn:
  • Who are the Rate Group and what their research and findings have accomplished
  • The significance of radiohalos
  • The trouble with secular science's explanation of the steep, straight cliffs in Zion's canyons AND the presence of arches

Plus, Noah gives a great visual for explaining how channels are cut into rock.

There's an abundance of scientific information presented in this DVD.  So, don't feel bad if you need to rewind and rewatch portions again! There's also a matching study guide that goes very well with the DVD giving additional exercises to support the information given and help the viewer understand the material.

Disclaimer:  I received a copy of this DVD and study guide from Master Books, a division of New Leaf Publishing Group free of charge in exchange for an honest review.

1 comment:

  1. I have visited there a year ago before my bus tours boston to washington dc. Zion National park is situated in Springdale, Utah. It is an ideal for those who are interested in Rock climbing. They gives an opportunity to the visitors to enjoy a hiking trail. Two are most famous Taylor Creek and Kolob Arch. They are the tourist' most visited trails.