From: Dick Fischer (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Mar 18 2003 - 11:38:48 EST
Bill Payne wrote:
>Bivalve fossils (eg. clams) are commonly found closed, yet today when
>bivalves die the shells open and are disarticulated. Articulated
>bivalves are further evidence for rapid burial.
Underwater land slides, common around delta regions, can account for all "rapid deposition" arguments. Yet what would account for the complete lack of fossils in miles-deep Pre-Cambrian sedimentary rock other than there was a long period of earth history where there were no animals large enough to leave fossils? That long period of earth history would be about 96 hours from day one to day five according to YEC doctrine.
Do these gaping holes in logic escape you?
Dick Fischer - Genesis Proclaimed Association
Finding Harmony in Bible, Science, and History
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