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JonF
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Message 3 of 24 (197438)
04-07-2005 10:55 AM
Reply to: Message 2 by Percy
04-07-2005 10:32 AM


Oh, carp, I just posted a comment at Message 214.

{ABE: I'll re-post it here}

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Message 4 of 24 (197440)
04-07-2005 10:57 AM
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04-07-2005 10:55 AM


Buried erosion
In Message 101 Admin posted Faith's image. I guess she (is that settled?) is asking why we don't see that sort of thing. The answer is that we do see that sort of thing, in radar images and seismic images and satellite images and borehole chains and what-not ... and these observations are obviously incompatible with a global flood. Faith's just tremendously overestimating the likelyhood of such features breaking through to view in a place like the Grand Canyon.

From River Channels Buried deep in the Geologic Column, a picture of channels in Pleistocene rock:


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From We've Done Rivers, Let's Do Canyons, an Eocene canyon buried a mile under the ocean floor:


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(Lots more pictures and discussion at the above URLs).

From Space radar image of Wadi Kufra, Libya, another buried river:


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From South Africa, Namibia Diamond Deposits a look at the ancient course of the Orange River, where diamonds might be found:


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From SUBSURFACE MORPHOLOGY AND GEOARCHAEOLOGY REVEALED BY SPACEBORNE AND AIRBORNE RADAR one of the first SIR-A pictures of channels just beneath the Sahara desert:

From Salt water timebombs buried terrain in eastern Australia:

Finally, from Komex Geophysics: Seismic Refraction and Reflection, another seismic of a buried channel:


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