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Author Topic:   Wyatt's Museum and the shape of Noah's Ark
Coragyps
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Message 28 of 303 (101639)
04-21-2004 6:17 PM
Reply to: Message 26 by johnfolton
04-21-2004 5:38 PM


Re: just curious why
The sediments that buried this fossil imprint's are dated to determine the age of the imprint.
Rarely, and only recently - by using methods to date the calcite cement in some sediments. Much more common is the dating of lava flows or ash beds above and below the sediment with the fossil. Tell me, whatever, how to get a young clamshell into a layer of silt beneath a lava flow. How?

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Coragyps
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Message 30 of 303 (101676)
04-21-2004 8:12 PM
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04-21-2004 7:41 PM


Re: just curious why
Its obvious that the fossil imprints formed when the sediments were laid down, but its not obvious that the dates assumed for the sediments are the age the fossil.
But you have no problem, whatever, with the lava or ash on top of the sediment being older than tha sediment itself? Give me a scenario make this happen - don't forget to include how the sediment nearest the lava got baked, if it got there after the lava.

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Coragyps
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Message 42 of 303 (101845)
04-22-2004 12:08 PM
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04-22-2004 11:30 AM


Re: just curious why
You are a poophead, whatever.

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Coragyps
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Message 75 of 303 (102465)
04-24-2004 7:18 PM
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04-24-2004 5:42 PM


Eight times in one thread is enough, Jon. As amusing as his contortions and thickheadedness are, let's all just stop feeding the troll. Maybe he'll go back under his bridge.

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Coragyps
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Message 166 of 303 (103591)
04-29-2004 12:14 AM
Reply to: Message 163 by johnfolton
04-28-2004 11:55 PM


Re: Ahhhh...
THAT'S IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The Ark was made of Gopher Wood and PACKED SOLID FULL OF TWO (seven pair??) OF EVERY BEAST WRAPPED IN ASBESTOS!!!!
You've solved it, whatever! That's how it floated! It was packed full and didn't need bracing! And that's how the animals withstood that 800-degree rainstorm! They were INSULATED! They had ram pumps pumping air in their nostrils! The air pressure forced the poop out the other end, through tubes, to the poopdeck and then overboard! Call Answers in Genesis! Call the Institute for Creation Research! Stop the presses!
I'm going to bed now.

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Coragyps
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Message 234 of 303 (105094)
05-03-2004 9:36 PM
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05-03-2004 9:28 PM


Re:
Ron Wyatt said ancient mediterranean sea vessels used rock sea anchors,
And Ron Wyatt was more full of shit than the porta-potties at the Indianapolis 500 during a cholera epidemic, too.

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Coragyps
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Message 276 of 303 (317373)
06-03-2006 9:51 PM
Reply to: Message 265 by Tennessee R
06-03-2006 3:37 PM


Re:
Giant fossilized rivets found at the Ron Wyatt Noah's Ark site are made up of alloys that we've only known how to make for a few hundred years. Aluminum. Titanium. Magnesium.
How long do you think magnesium would last in seawater? It's used as a sacrificial anode on boats sometimes....do you know what that means? It gets eaten by corrosion to save other parts.
Not real good for rivets.

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