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Author Topic:   There are easy creationist answers to problems evolutionists pose
JonF
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Message 13 of 111 (885237)
03-29-2021 11:17 AM
Reply to: Message 1 by mike the wiz
03-28-2021 8:14 AM


Berthault wasn't near first in anything.

Flume experiments on the production of stratification and cross-stratification | Journal of Sedimentary Research | GeoScienceWorld

Flume experiments have no relationship to a fludde. Can you figure out why?

ABE Paulk gave it away.

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Message 14 of 111 (885238)
03-29-2021 11:25 AM
Reply to: Message 9 by mike the wiz
03-28-2021 7:48 PM


Generally I don't see how old-earth "uniformity" has born out at all. They constantly need to find new answers.

List six phenomena for which mainstream geology has been forced to find four or more new answers.

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Message 102 of 111 (886649)
05-29-2021 10:55 AM
Reply to: Message 99 by WookieeB
05-28-2021 5:27 PM


"Kinds" there seems to refer to divisions of life-forms wherein each division allows for cross-fertility within its limits. So one kind vs another kind could be determined where fertilization ceases to occur.

Creationists, at least the ones that try to think, abandoned that criterion decades ago.

It inexorably links to the conclusion that Noye would have needed a fleet of arques to accommodate two or seven of each kind.

A huge fleet. One that would put the US Navy to shame.


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