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Author Topic:   Why flood geology doesn't work, oil exploration as the example
Faith 
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02-15-2014 2:51 AM


UPDATE: I've changed the title of the thread from my original "Request for Thread on Geology of Oil" to the title Petrophysics put on his post #3 since it looks like this may remain the thread where the topic gets discussed. I don't think it should, I only meant to be requesting that others start a thread on the subject, but it's retitled for now anyway.
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Some geologists here complain that creationist views of historical interpretive geology don't appreciate how its methods are necessary for finding oil among other things. Usually that's merely said and any explanation of how it works for finding oil is not given.
Some time back I noticed that salt beds seem to be frequently associated with oil deposits and if nothing else I'd like to know if there's a reason for that association if anyone knows and can explain it.
Otherwise I'd like to see someone start a thread on the general subject of how principles of Geology are useful for finding oil.
Thanks.
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02-15-2014 8:43 PM
Reply to: Message 3 by petrophysics1
02-15-2014 7:48 PM


Re: Why flood geology doesn't work, oil exploration as the example
Perhaps the mods should turn this into a science thread.

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