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Author Topic:   Creationists: Account for the locations of geologic columns with out-of-order eras.
CheezeBaka
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11-25-2016 9:10 AM


http://creationwiki.org/...column_is_sometimes_out_of_order_(Talk.Origins)
Why are all examples of geological columns with out-of-order fossil eras near the edges of tectonic plates?
Are there examples of geological columns with out-of-order fossil eras not near the edges of tectonic plates, but missing from that list?

If no, @Creationists: how do you account for this?

It will take more than "just a massive coincidence" to convince me.

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11-25-2016 9:10 AM


Not suitable to become a new topic
I'm a loss of words to explain why this is not suitable, but the long time members will recognize why.

Why are all examples of geological columns with out-of-order fossil eras near the edges of tectonic plates?
Are there examples of geological columns with out-of-order fossil eras not near the edges of tectonic plates, but missing from that list?

I'm not understanding what your point is here. Especially since most to all of the listed examples are indeed not near the edges of tectonic plates.

Thrust faults definitely exist, although there formation mechanisms can be difficult to understand. Perhaps a thrust fault topic would be a good thing.

Adminnemooseus


Or something like that.

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