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Coragyps
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Message 268 of 899 (819383)
09-10-2017 11:20 AM
Reply to: Message 266 by Faith
09-10-2017 10:54 AM


No, darlin', you are the one with the nasty game. You post blind assertions, abandon the threads they are in, and then over and over claim "I posted evidence over there." For fifteen years now. I know that you apparently believe it the day you post it, but that does not stop it from being bullshit.

"The Christian church, in its attitude toward science, shows the mind of a more or less enlightened man of the Thirteenth Century. It no longer believes that the earth is flat, but it is still convinced that prayer can cure after medicine fails." H L Mencken

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Message 456 of 899 (819660)
09-13-2017 7:41 PM
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09-13-2017 7:03 PM


Re: A charming fat fish proves radiometic dating is false cuz the varves aren't annual
An oxygen-free (anoxic) layer of water near the seafloor keeps predators/scavengers off the bottom. They can't survive there. The Black Sea is one example. The "dead zone" off Louisana is another. If scavengers can't get to fish remains, they can't eat them.
There are ancient Greek shipwrecks on the bottom of the Black Sea that are nearly perfectly preserved. Preservation depends on local conditions. Anoxia at the bottom of a body of water is a pretty common condition, today or 500,000,000 years ago.

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Message 460 of 899 (819666)
09-13-2017 8:08 PM
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09-13-2017 7:50 PM


Re: A charming fat fish proves radiometic dating is false cuz the varves aren't annual
Google is your friend, Faith. "Black Sea shipwrecks" will get you started. And "littered with fish corpses" needn't be a requirement: you showed one fat fish fossil.
Preserved ropes from a thousand years ago sound like pretty good preservation to me - and those aren't buried in muck.

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Coragyps
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Message 466 of 899 (819672)
09-13-2017 8:21 PM
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09-13-2017 8:10 PM


Re: A charming fat fish proves radiometic dating is false cuz the varves aren't annual
No, something about the water around the ropes. Its lack of oxygen, to be precise.

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Coragyps
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Message 488 of 899 (819702)
09-13-2017 10:04 PM
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09-13-2017 9:13 PM


Re: trilobites are trilobites are trilobites
And there is obviously one species of "mammal" with four limbs, a pelvis, a spine with a cranium at the end, teeth in nearly all cases,....
Just a lot of varieties, like big and little. Kind of like trilobites, come to think of it.

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Message 776 of 899 (820144)
09-16-2017 3:01 PM
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09-16-2017 1:09 PM


Re: the usual miserable finale
I would be astonished to find pebbles in the bottom of the Mississippi River anywhere in Louisiana. Heck, anwhere south of St Louis! Riverbeds don't get pebbles when they can only carry silt.

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Message 777 of 899 (820145)
09-16-2017 3:02 PM
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09-16-2017 2:44 PM


Re: The Premise of a Creationist
What the hell is liquid limestone, Faith? What are you smoking?

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