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PaulK
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Message 181 of 182 (698441)
05-07-2013 1:09 AM
Reply to: Message 166 by Faith
05-06-2013 7:17 PM


Re: Steve Austin Nautiloid Article
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Of course the Shunimo was metamorphosed first, which I would suppose took a lot less time than is normally supposed. My question is why the other layers with the Shinumo were NOT metamorphosed in the same time period.

Given that you also need to explain the erosion and how the boulder got to it's present position I'd say you've got more problems than that. Especially when you're denying the very existence of such erosion.

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So I don't have an answer to that yet. Such unanswered questions don't threaten the overall interpretation of the other phenomena as Flood-caused, they merely need further understanding.

It's stronger than anything you've come up with. So I guess that you've got no case at all.


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Message 182 of 182 (698442)
05-07-2013 1:30 AM


Not enough fossil discussion
Going to close this one down for a while, maybe in about 15 minutes.

Adminnemooseus


Or something like that.

  
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