Friday, January 30, 2015
Splitting the (Jindo) Sea
Every year, between April and June, for only an hour, a narrow land pass appears between the island of Jindo and the small Modo island in South Korea.
This Korean Moses Miracle happens twice during this annual period due to tidal activity.
The land pass is 2.9 kilometers long and 40 meters wide.
That’s wide enough to march a lot of people across.
Of course, when their land pass appears they don’t find ancient Egyptian chariot wheels, only clams.
(You can ignore the Avoda Zara part of the story.)