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Author Topic:   The Flood, fossils, & the geologic evidence
Coragyps
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Message 209 of 377 (547608)
02-20-2010 5:27 PM
Reply to: Message 204 by solja247
02-20-2010 4:54 PM


Re: Effects Of The Flood?
Well pherhaps the seasons were caused by the great flood.

Perhaps, but I think the smart money is on axial tilt. And signatures of seasons are documented well past 500,000 years ago in a good selection of ice cores. And there's no signature of seawater in those ice cores whatsoever - one would think a global flood might leave one.


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Coragyps
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Message 214 of 377 (547656)
02-21-2010 9:46 AM
Reply to: Message 213 by Granny Magda
02-21-2010 2:19 AM


Re: Fossil Bone, Fossil Stone
Those fossils are mineralised.

Including, slevesque, the ones that Mary Schweitzer and group found the flexible remains of blood vessels in. See http://rspb.royalsocietypublishing.org/.../1607/183.full.pdf

Schweitzer calls it "bone" pretty much throughout, but she points out that the collagen is gone and the hard parts are "crystalline" - indicating that they aren't fibrous hydroxyapatite any more.


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Coragyps
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Message 284 of 377 (621373)
06-25-2011 12:45 PM
Reply to: Message 274 by Chuck77
06-25-2011 4:38 AM


Re: Here's the way it looks right now
I know YOU/Scientists say they've been rising a few inches a century or so? So it must have been millions of years for them to form like they are now.

And the problem with that is what, exactly? We can measure how fast the Himalayas or the California Coast Ranges are growing. We can measure how long rocks on those have been exposed to the sky, and how old the insides of some of them are. All the results point to millions of years. What has Oard measured?


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