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ringo
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Message 262 of 278 (899320)
10-11-2022 10:22 PM
Reply to: Message 261 by Dredge
10-11-2022 8:15 PM


Dredge writes:
Between the sedimentary layer that contains a fossil and the igneous layer below could be hundreds of meters of other sedimentary rock layers ... which means that fossil-layer could have formed a very long time after the igneous layer.
I specified that the igneous layer is ON TOP of the sedimentary layer. Try again.

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ringo
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Message 278 of 278 (899507)
10-15-2022 12:43 PM
Reply to: Message 277 by dwise1
10-14-2022 5:25 PM


dwise1 writes:
Dr. Steve Austin, PhD Geology
Let's not forget Austin's fraudulent "dating" of material from Mt. St. Helens.

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