>I can't see any way to reconcile the differences. If you can please let
>me know. But if you can't you should admit that there is at least one
>data set that doesn't fit your model, instead of saying: "Everything
>verifies everything else. The only reason one would deny these
>verifications by various methods is for theological reasons."
Bill, I really don't see how a sharp contact for the base of coals means a
young earth. To me it is a non-sequitor. We both know there is
allochthonous coal and that can have a sharp contact. And we both know from
Okefenokee that allochthonous coal doesn't require a global flood. The
vegetable matter moved a couple of miles down the river and then was
deposited. Sorry Bill, but this dog don't hunt.
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