[asa] AIG blurb on fossilization

From: Carol or John Burgeson <burgytwo@juno.com>
Date: Sat Feb 24 2007 - 14:40:22 EST

Without comment, here is what AIG said this week:

Q: A fossil clock—what does it mean?
A: Because of the intense evolutionary indoctrination we’ve all received,
most people assume that it takes millions of years for sediment—like sand
or mud—to harden into rock. But given the right ingredients, this can
actually happen quickly. Mixing cement is an obvious example, by the way.
On our website, we showed the picture of the mechanism of a clock encased
in solid rock, along with sea shells. Of course, no one believes this
clock was made millions of years ago. The clock was found in 1975 near a
jetty at Westport, Washington. We know that there have been many
shipwrecks in this area.
Obviously, the right mix of sand and other substances hardened around
this clock, making it look like a clock in hard rock!
There’s really nothing spectacular about this at all—these sorts of
things happen all the time in different parts of the world. But the
average person doesn’t usually hear about them, and thus they go on
thinking that rocks and fossils must take millions of years to form.
This “clock in the rock” will eventually be displayed in our Creation
Museum near Cincinnati, where we’ll be teaching people the truth about
the history of the world … according to the Bible.


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