A lecture by Donald W. Patten.
This is a soundtrack of the documentary video (of the same title) presenting evidence that, less than 5000 years ago, a stray planet from deep space, along with its tiny moon of ice, nearly collided with Earth. An analysis is made of the gravitational forces that would have flexed the Earth's crust, creating volcanic ruptures and mountain ranges and driving oceanic tides to such heights as to cover almost all of the Earth's land surface. Human survivors, indeed, would have been few, and countless species of magnificent "prehistoric" animals would have perished, not due to failure to adapt, as is commonly claimed, but simply because they failed to find high ground. It would be difficult to enter into an informed discussion on such topics as Earth History, the Biblical Flood, Evolution, or Creation itself without knowledge of the facts and theories presented in this program. 60-min. audio cassette, not CD.
Video also Available.