Okay Scott, I went back to the beginning, again. Let's see:
After reading through the books, and seeing all the neatly drawn textbook diagrams. I believe it is time that we take a look at what the evidence really shows concerning the geological time column.Ã‚Â This is a massive research of where the majority of all dinosaur and mammal fossils are found all throughout the world.Ã‚Â This research should finally unravel the supposed existance of the geological time column.
And a lot of it has been done already.Also with the research being done, it may also map out what the world was like before the flood, and the actual placement of all the existing species at the time. This research will also reveal the massive evidence of a global flood, all the while exposing the geological time column for what it truly is.
Yes, a truly impressive feat dealing with several different disciplines of science.So lets take a look at all the fossil sites that show a lack of the geological time column.
To which there can be a number of different and highly likely reasons.Starting in North America, and moving from there.
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Good list. Let's see where you're going now with it.These are just a few fossil sites from around the world that fail the geological time column test. Now if it could be proven that these sites overlap each other and somehow create some sort of order, then maybe, just maybe the geological time column exist, but alas conclusive evidence is needed.
Not all sites have fossils and there are sites where over thrusts, inversions and more can take place. The Earth is a very active planet you know.Global Flood evidence is quite easy to recognize, just take a look at the Karoo Basin where over 800 billion vertebrae animals DIED at once.
Well it was the first Geologist, who knew nothing of Darwin, the age of the Universe or anything that first started talking about "Deep time" as they even knew that 6 days and a Global Flood didn't mesh with what they saw. As for the, uh, 800,000,000,000 or 8*10^11 of animals, are you sure? I don't think this planet can support 800 Billion animals of a significant size. That is not 800 Billion that died all at once, that shows a long time to accumulate that many dead things. If they were brought up from all over the world, where are the human bodies that would have been there from the flood?
The Karoo Basin: http://dinosaurs.abo.../karoobasin.htm
And more research from March of this year: http://geology.com/n...roo-basin.shtmlNew Egg Mountain in Montana is also another great example, where 10,000 to 20,000 dinosaurs died simultaneously in a 2 mile area,
Lake Nyos killed hundreds of people and their animals when it erupted not much more than just gas: http://www.sciencece...com/site/505331or Sioux County Nebraska where 100 bones to the square foot are found in the area. Also look to the Islands of the Mediterranean where fissures of thousands of bones are crammed together.
Yes but at different depths and some in different rocks.Mount Etna has 2 caves CRAMMED with the bones of thousands of hippopatamus... Strange, hippopatamus on mountains... definetly undeniable flood catastrophe evidence.
Where's you get that? I'd like to see the evidence. Even still, the Romans had zoos and hippos weren't unknown to them.Montceau fossils of forest have found about 7000 slabs and 100,000 nodules in excellent condition, along with fossilized spiders, scorpions, millipedes, insects and reptiles, but the absolute most amazing part about this is the flood evidence it contains. Which is fossilized water ripples marks, and raindrops found on the site which also adds up to more evidence for a Global Flood.
Nope. A "great flood" wouldn't leave ripple marks nor rain drop patterns as how could it? That is again evidence for slow deposition and gradual sedimentation of the area over a real long time scale (think really big).Dinosaur Provincial Park in Alberta is also another great example of global flood evidence where 1 bone bed lie the remains of thousands of relatives to the centrosaurus!
Yeah all these bones from animals that are from a specific time frame. Nice of the flood to be so exacting in the turbulent and chaotic waters to only put animals of one species all together. Again, that reads more like a local event, volcanic gassing, and then a land slide. That is far more likely than a great flood that kept a certain group of animals together.This type of Flood evidence is not suprising at the least, seeing as how thousands of dinosaurs are usually found fossilized together in the majority of all fossil sites across the world. China has its share of mass graves. In all actuality most the dinosaur fossil sites today are truly mass graves anyways. These fossil sites also provide little to no evidence of a geological time column.
Again, not every site will have fossils. That is not a problem but the more we look, the more we will find.Evolutionist like to claim that the geological time column is fragmentary, but when the geological time column appears to be fragmentary almost 100% of the time, something is particulary fishy.
If the Earth was not Geologically active, if it was not meteorologically active you'd have a point. The timescales here are vast. Ever seen "Life After People"? It is said that all traces of human civilization will be gone in 100,000 to 250,000 years and 99.9% will be gone in just 10,000 years.
We are but a drop in an ocean at just 100,000 years. Dinosaurs had been around for how many 10s of Millions of years and it is still hard to find new fossils of them!
The Earth has been here for 4.5 Billion years. That is why it's hard to find and the Geological Column is fragmentary.