You’ve heard of the white cliffs of Dover? These are the multi-colored cliffs of Alum Bay on the Isle of Wight (pronounced ‘white’) just off the south coast of England. The brilliant colors come from the mineral content of the crumbly cliffs, where chunks of the colored material continually erode and fall down on the beach below.
At the top of the cliff are gift shops where you can buy glass containers with the colored sands arranged in bands to show their beauty. The sandy cliffs are so prone to erosion that visitors are not even supposed to touch them - yet they are supposed to have been there for millions of years!
A quote from The Free Press: 'Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha.' When we took this picture in March, 2006, a freezing wind was lashing the cliffs with sleet, doing them no good at all. We couldn't get down to the beach because of high tide, but no doubt chunks of the coloured sand were rolling down. We believe these spectacular cliffs were formed during Noah’s Flood, the catastrophic world wide Flood told of in the Bible, when much of the seabed was upended and shoved up above ground level in the terrible cataclysm.
The cliffs are also indicative of the young age of the earth. If the world is millions or billions of years old, as we are constantly being told, these gorgeous cliffs would be long gone. Have you found any signs of the Flood in your area? They're out there - keep your eyes peeled! Email email@example.com