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Author Topic:   Was there a worldwide flood?
macaroniandcheese 
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Message 38 of 372 (411217)
07-19-2007 2:18 PM
Reply to: Message 17 by Repzion
07-19-2007 12:29 AM


If there wasn't a flood, how do you explain Dinosaur fossils found on Mt. Everest.

if there are such fossils, i do believe that dinosaurs had legs, no? in case you've been smoking something, bones are dense and SINK in water. how would a worldwide flood explain that there are fossils on top of a mountain, what with mountains tending to be in the general UP direction?


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Message 40 of 372 (411219)
07-19-2007 2:27 PM
Reply to: Message 25 by Theagle
07-19-2007 2:05 AM


from your source
An Ice Age also requires huge amounts of water in the atmosphere, which then falls as snow.

um. what? since when does an ice age require snow? snow doesn't cause cold.

It's scientifically impossible for a animal to just die from old age or a heart attack or something an turn into a fossil

twat?
that's just crazy talk. it may be unlikely for a whole skeleton to become fossilized all together unless there's some kind of deluge event or the critter falls into quicksand, but there's almost no evidence from fossils about how the animal died and absolutely no reason why a bone can't get covered by sediment and then become fossilized. and i'm not really sure about all this pressure talk anyways. we're talking about chemical leeching and recomposition, not diamonds.


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