Your argument is that if a flood happened today, you should be found in the same strata as your friend who lives 2,000 miles away from you.
Actually, in a very high energy environment with one big, violent flood, covering the whole world, such as proposed by those floodists (you know, continents speeding around the globe at the speed of light, oceans full of water coming up from below the surface and meters of rain falling from above every second and covering the whole world in water), of course the remains of me and my friend will be found in the same strata.
In a scenario such as that, I would expect my ripped and shredded remains, together with ripped and shredded remains of my friend who lived 2 000 miles away, together with ripped and shredded remains of vegetation and various other life forms to be deposited in the same mega-conglomerate. This conglomerate would cover the place where I lived and also the place 2 000 miles away where my friend lived.
It seems as if mike the wiz thinks that the Cambrian is a 'rock layer', the Ordovician is a 'rock layer', the Silurian is a 'rock layer', etc.
I guess mike can't personally be blamed for it as he gets his geological 'knowledge' from Jan Peczkis. Now, that guy can be blamed for telling untruths about the natural science we call Geology while he knows his herd will follow him blindly.
Well, technically speaking what do you define them as? Do you define them as, "eras", because if you do, you should know that they don't come with evolutionary tags on them.
They are time periods.
I know that you won't ever get this in your head, but the Cambrian is not a 'rock layer'. The Ordovician is not a 'rock layer'. The Silurian is not a 'rock layer'. Etc.
They are not rocks.
The individual fossil sequences were at first mainly recognized and named in Europe. Geologists and paleontologists then went all over the world and studied outcrops to determine whether or not the fossils occurred in the same sequence elsewhere in the world as in Europe.
Nearly all (except two, the Paleocene and Ordovician) of the main subdivisions were named and studied before evolutionary theory came around in 1859.
The geologic time scale was thus named and ordered before and independent of evolutionary theory and radiometric dating.
Jan Peczkis didn't tell you the truth about what he calls "The Geological Column". They are not rock layers. They are time periods. And time periods don't have depth below surface or thickness of rocks or rate of deposition or anything like that.
mike the wiz, you still don't want to answer me on geological periods not being 'rock layers'. Take your time, mike the wiz. I've read most of the nonsense written by creationists about geology. Every single one of them told lots and lots of untruths about everything.
Oh, and mike the wiz. You still don't want to answer me on geological periods not being 'rock layers'. Take your time, mike the wiz. I've read most of the nonsense written by creationists about geology. Every single one of them told lots and lots of untruths about everything.