Message from discussion Evidence Of A Global Flood
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From: jillery <69jpi...@gmail.com>
Subject: Re: Evidence Of A Global Flood
Date: Fri, 02 Nov 2012 17:15:03 -0400
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On Fri, 2 Nov 2012 13:08:11 -0700 (PDT), curtjester1
>On Nov 1, 10:43ï¿½am, Harry K <turn...@q.com> wrote:
>> On Oct 31, 10:28 pm, Christopher <christopher.svanef...@gmail.com>
>> wrote:> > Be sure to tell us how a flood results in forming fossils encased in
>> > > rock on top of mountains.
>> > > Harry K
>> > Into what category of strata do these mountain-top layers usually fall? That is,
>> ï¿½the fossil bearing ones?
>> The category of strata laid down usually in seabeds before being
>> uplifted by tectonic activityh.
>> Again, floods do not make fossils encased in rock in less than a
>> year...actually nothing makes a fossil in less than thousands or
>> millions of years.
>> Harry K
>Really, how does one think that any fossil would be encased in a rock
Hopefully, one would understand that fossil-bearing sediments turn
>Wouldn't a theory that had the earth in water and hot
>upheaval's be more potentially logical,
Not even remotely logical.
>which would have rocks being
>formed during the process engulfing some fossils,
Rocks don't engulf fossils.
>'burrowing' in some rocks from the past?
The rocks of the present were not rocks in the past.
>in whatever case, fossils
>would exist before the flood in all sorts of situations.
Not according to your chronology. Unless you assume they were created
to appear "as if" they were millions of years old.
>that can't be explained though, are the fossils up on the mountains
>that are known to be not old, known to be violently pulled apart, are
>the ones one need to look at.
Anytime you feel like pointing out some of those fossils you mention,
that would be real nice, so we can look at them. Hopefully, before the