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Author Topic:   Growing the Geologic Column
ringo
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Message 173 of 740 (734169)
07-26-2014 12:46 PM
Reply to: Message 170 by Faith
07-26-2014 3:27 AM


Re: dating by magma sills and dikes
Faith writes:

For all the carrying on about how I need to learn geology I have NO idea what you would have me learn.


Learn that layers are layers.

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ringo
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Message 450 of 740 (734553)
07-30-2014 4:28 PM
Reply to: Message 447 by Faith
07-30-2014 4:07 PM


Re: New depositions strangely different from old strata
Faith writes:

You're blind to the evidence for the Flood....


You're confusing evidence of floods (plural) with evidence of "a" flood (singular). Yes, there have been floods. But it would be difficult, if not impossible, to connect all of the flood evidence into one flood. As I've pointed out to you before, it's like trying to connect every fallen leaf to one tree. It ain't logical.

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Message 721 of 740 (735227)
08-07-2014 2:08 PM
Reply to: Message 714 by Faith
08-06-2014 9:57 AM


Faith writes:

May God help me to leave this place now.


There's a park close to my house with a boulder that I like to sit on and watch the ducks. It's about a cubic yard, a couple of tons, I guess, and eroded smooth and round.

You can see the layers in it as plain as day. They're about a millimeter thick. They're different colours. There are definite grooves where they have eroded at different rates.

I recommend that you go outside and look at a rock.


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