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The world's only fossile beaches on an oceanic island are all within 4 km from this one, in the mild subtropics, despite the fact that there are 30,000+ oceanic islands in the tropics and only a few in the subtropics.
According to the fairy tales of official "paleogeology" not only this partly intertidal layer but also the layer immediately above, fossile white sand 2 meters above sea level, are "5 million years old"...

How comes you never heard about this beach, not to mention about these facts?
Answer: because it is not in the interest of the construct of lies known as official "paleogeology", a pyramid of lies of layers such as "hot spots", "plate tectonics", "mid atlantic ridge" and "continental drifting".

Data: July 18 2012, 1 PM, 22 C, 76% RH, water 22 C.

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