Falls of Zealandia
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To create your custom composite generator, browse the site for slider contents: open any generator on myNoise, and select the sliders you want to use in your custom set by 'zeroing' all others, then hit [c] to collect all active sliders into a hidden stack. Move to a next generator and repeat the process until you have accumulated 10 sliders. Now hit [shift+c] to render your custom composite generator. At any point, press [x+c] to clear the hidden stack.

A contribution by JohnGalt377

You can feel the earth adjusting beneath you & it is beautiful...
300 years ago in 2035 this new continent was below the ocean in what was known as the Great Barrier Reef.
Now, parts are protruding nearly a kilometer into the sky & is now home to the largest waterfall oasis on the planet.
Not only is it the newest land mass but it is also the most pristine.
As you stand on the bedrock in awe staring at the new beauty that surrounds, you can speculate a new peninsula forming and new species of wildlife starting to sparsely appear.

What a beautiful opportunity it is to witness Oceania evolving right before your eyes.

Published on December 20, 2021

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  Unbelievable John, the description makes a beautiful scene to go with the beautiful audio.