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Author Topic:   The Flood = many coincidences
NosyNed
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Message 5 of 445 (490776)
12-08-2008 11:35 AM
Reply to: Message 4 by Blue Jay
12-08-2008 11:26 AM


comments
You might comment, BlueJay, on the nature of the fish fossils. That is, age, taxa and order.

You might also ask about what type of mountains these seamounts are.


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NosyNed
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Message 18 of 445 (490880)
12-09-2008 12:08 PM
Reply to: Message 14 by Peg
12-09-2008 3:12 AM


Sources
Peg, you may not listen to this but it's an attempt to help a bit.

You have been lied to! The sources you have used for your information are not honest. They leave facts out, make facts up and do whatever else is possible to mislead you.

You can't and shouldn't accept that as correct right away but you must start to entertain the possibility if you are going to learn anything. The dating question is just one area where they lie and lie again.

ABE
As an example you might want to invest some time reviewing this link:
http://mypage.direct.ca/w/writer/gish.html

Edited by NosyNed, : added link


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NosyNed
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Message 71 of 445 (491455)
12-16-2008 11:58 AM
Reply to: Message 69 by Rrhain
12-16-2008 3:26 AM


Cups and Saucers
Get yourself a baking dish and fill it with water. Next, take a coffee cup and fill it with something so that it will not float in the water of the dish. Seal it off and then place it in the dish. Make sure that the cup is tall enough so that some of it juts above the level of the water.

You now have a model of the earth. The part of the cup jutting above the water line is "dry land."

I think this model is incorrect. At least part of the "land" is deformable. Mountains rise and fall over time. If your cup can be deformed then it can be flatten out and under the water.

As noted your calculations for Everest must be out of wack.


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Message 108 of 445 (491828)
12-21-2008 5:42 PM
Reply to: Message 107 by bluescat48
12-21-2008 5:36 PM


You've forgotten...
Have you forgotten the reason this site exists?

The argument is with those who want to teach flood geology etc. in science classes and claim that isn't religiously based.

They can't evoke miracles and get away with that.


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