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Author Topic:   What's the creationists thought on this?
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Message 29 of 136 (38476)
04-30-2003 7:01 PM
Reply to: Message 28 by crashfrog
04-30-2003 6:32 PM

Oops - meant to be from the non-admin mode
My general impression is that this topic started nowhere, and has since wandered to various other places of about equal distinction.
If the flood was global, as you suggest, why then are there areas of the earth (i.e. the Canadian Shield) that have no sedimentary rock? There's certainly no evidence of erosion in that area.
I think this statement is somewhere between being a gross oversimplification and being totally in error (and also way off the dubious topic).
The Canadian Shield is just like the rest of the world, in that there are no "great flood" deposits. But there certainly are sedimentary rocks, and there certainly is much evidence of much erosion having taken place.
Pay no attention to that "Ad" in front of the "minnemooseus",
[This message has been edited by Adminnemooseus, 04-30-2003]
Edited by Minnemooseus, : 8+ years later, change ID.

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