No, I'm talking about non-protist, non bacterial, unicellular fossils. So I (not I, this a quote from AiG) give you an example of flora/fauna marine/land mixture with evidence of turbidity and still you want more?
Were you this hard a sell when your fifth grade teacher told you we came from apes?(lol) Just kidding!
Let me ask you this. If nine million tons of sediment fell on top of you right now, how many tigers would be beside you? How many alligators? How many hippos? Zero? Why? Because you are in a geographically different area? Yes!
Perhaps one would say it's not that way in Africa. Man is close to wildlife. No they're not. I was in Africa. Man consolidates into groups--villages. He has weapons and hunts. Animals stay away or they are killed.
Now. If a large deluge came what would you do? Climb a tree? A hill? Get on top of your house? WOuld you find a piece of wood to float on? You would seek to go up, and if the water continued for 40 days and 40 nights you would either be drowned, eaten by sharks, or die of thirst or hunger. Whatever the case you would float and decompose. Meanwhile your dinosaur friend in the swamps or tropical jungle got covered by sediment!
Yes, no doubt some people would have been covered by landslides, etc. and many dinosaurs would have floated and decomposed. But I don't think the person who got covered by sediment was going down to the watering hole to stand beside a T-rex no more than you are going to stand beside a grizzly bear.
Without trying to insult your intelligence (even though you try to insult mine) remember, the sediment that comes--comes fast and buries things as they are in real time.
honestly I am not trying to insult. And i will make every effort to avoid any appearance of it. i hope you will ask rather than assume if in doubt!
Occasionally i make an honest mistake, just from not knowing some of the nuances. I dont have American culture 100% figured uot! Like i was kind of shocked elsewhere when I said something like "for all anyone actually knows there could be tiny fairies at the heart of atoms". Turns out that talking about fairies is a popular insult.. ooops. sorry. All I meant was that atomic theory is theory, nobody can directly observe atoms or know what they REALLY are in there.
Now to content rather than style.
The link for some reason did not work for me. I would like to see what it says. Waht is another approach?
As a general response, tho, something as momentous as hard physical data that contradicts / falsifies geological dating and evolution as it is now understood would be of the greatest isnterest to me and a good many others!
Wont be a hard sell if the data is there. Im skeptical by nature and training, but I am also by nature and training open to new ideas and accepting that what I thought isnt so. Not just accepting, but being delighted to learn something.
For something on the scale of falsifying ToE, i would have to see original research papers. A web site reference isnt going to be sufficient in this case.
Regarding mixtures of fossils..
i have been on fossil digs in old dry lake beds. Fossils of turtles are common, as are bones of various mammals such as camel, deer, horses, rhinos and some things with no modern counterpart. The mammals are all thoroughly disarticulated, one just finds single bones. Various reasons for that.
Nothing odd about mammals, fish and reptiles all fossilized in a lake bed.
Likewise, nothing odd about terrestrial mammals being washed out into a river delta or a bay / inlet / estuary where they would be buried along with marine organisms.
As i have a degree in zoology, im aware of course of different habitats. My habitat, and a tigers had better be different! I do know of fossil sites where predator, prey and scavenger are all found together in circumstances that very clearly are not related to a single flood, or any flood, catastrophic or otherwise.
Each site has its own story to be meticulously studied, data obtained and theories drawn from that.
I think... I think, not what i claim to know... that fossils associated with a flood are going to be relatively rare.
My main point is that organisms that are believed to be separate in time are never found together, even if they are in the same geographical area.
Lets take a couple of critters from the same habitat. Phytosaurs, and crocociles. I wont go on; there are lots of them. But never found together, always separated by what are considered by geologists to be a considerable number of millions of years of sediment. Never phytosaurs with, or above, the crocodilians.
No examples of this kind of anomoly have ever been found. how does that seem to you?
Oh... one last thing. SOMETIMES sediment comes deep and fast. There are countless examples of where and when it doesnt. One can easily walk about and observe them in action. Agreed?