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#1 Adam Nagy

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Posted 07 May 2009 - 08:00 AM

Did you folks ever hear of this place?

Wanna go for a hike?

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Posted 07 May 2009 - 03:10 PM

For those of you that can't download videos. Here are some pictures of the crumbling walkway at El Comino Del Ray:

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Here's a Wiki-explanation of what it is:

http://en.wikipedia....aminito_del_Rey

That's a pretty magnificent post flood feature that they worked around.

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Posted 07 May 2009 - 04:20 PM

That's a pretty magnificent post flood feature that they worked around.


Come on now,Adam.

You can't use evidence and logic to determine post flood features,it can only be dated by the fossils it contains.Otherwise,your not qualfied for tenure. :lol:

That is nice,but that walkway looked a bit dangerous if you ask me.

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Posted 07 May 2009 - 05:19 PM

That's a pretty magnificent post flood feature that they worked around.

Come on now,Adam.

You can't use evidence and logic to determine post flood features,it can only be dated by the fossils it contains.Otherwise,your not qualfied for tenure. :lol:

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Do you know what's fun? Anytime I'm with someone and we're driving along a freeway which is cut through a hill (a very common thing in western PA) I'll start taking about the layers in the context of the flood as if it's common knowledge and I end up having some of the most interesting conversations a guy could ask for.

That is nice,but that walkway looked a bit dangerous if you ask me.

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Yeah, I think I'd walk about as far as the first section that has crumbled to the point that only the steel rail is there and I'd turn around.

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Posted 10 May 2009 - 04:42 AM

Do you know what's fun? Anytime I'm with someone and we're driving along a freeway which is cut through a hill (a very common thing in western PA) I'll start taking about the layers in the context of the flood as if it's common knowledge and I end up having some of the most interesting conversations a guy could ask for.
Yeah, I think I'd walk about as far as the first section that has crumbled to the point that only the steel rail is there and I'd turn around.

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There's an interesting cut like you’re describing on a stretch of highway between Port Matilda and Phillipsburg (Pennsylvania). I was traveling with a Christian friend of mine back in the nineteen-eighties. During our discussion, he was talking about how evolution caused it, and as I was explaining the ramifications of the flood in that area. At this point the discussion became more fascinating indeed.

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Posted 10 May 2009 - 08:36 PM

Many cuts and cliff faces will have places where water gushes out after a rain, or when the snow melts. Not only are they beautiful, the waterways obviously couldn't be millions of years old. By common sense, they'd erode. By evothought, they'd have to cut enormous canyons.




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