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Panda
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Message 402 of 752 (587682)
10-20-2010 5:43 AM
Reply to: Message 401 by dennis780
10-20-2010 5:07 AM


Re: The flood myth
dennis780 writes:

So, again, how did sea shells end up in the desert?


From YOUR link:
quote:
The African Plate comprises several continental blocks or cratons, stable continental blocks of old rocks, which came together to form the African continent during the assembly of the supercontinent Gondwana around 550 million years ago.

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Panda
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Message 406 of 752 (587895)
10-21-2010 10:08 AM
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10-21-2010 3:01 AM


Re: The flood myth
dennis780 writes:

Continental uplifting does NOT occur in Egypt.

Geological history of the uplift-structures in the Western Desert (Egypt, Libya)

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The regional stratigraphy is continuous across North Africa and have been controlled by the tectonic history of individual basins. Deformational events in the region, most of them minor, are recorded by unconformities reflecting basin tilting, uplift, and erosion of intracratonic structural axes at various throughout the Phanerozoic. The main old deformational events occured in the Precambrium to Early Cambrium, Late Silurian to Early Devonian, Carboniferous to Permian.

Next time: JFGI.

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Message 489 of 752 (598672)
01-01-2011 6:41 PM
Reply to: Message 480 by mike the wiz
01-01-2011 3:24 PM


Re: the lastest lastest last post.
mike the wiz writes:

But I am not convinced that mutations and NS actually change designs. I think they can dramatically alter designs that are already there.


"Change" and "alter" are synonyms.
Either there is a typo or you are contradicting yourself...

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