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Author Topic:   Mechanisms of sea transgression and regression
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04-24-2017 9:04 PM


This is a spin-off of the "The TRVE history of the Flood..." topic, which is currently at message 515.
I'm not posting any real material to start this topic, rather I encourage the forums geologists (and other geologically inclined) to chip in there thoughts.
The question is, "How did the sea transgressions and regressions of the Earth's geologic history happen"? This is, as in the frame of mainstream old age thought. I don't want any "young Earth" flood geology in this topic.
Davidjay, you best stay out of this topic.
Adminnemooseus

Or something like that.

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