Golly gee, I would have thought so, but then there are all those EvC worthies who insisted in the Grand Canyon arguments that of COURSE the whole stack of strata could have been unaffected by tectonic activity for a billion years. No big deal
Why would that not be possible?
Yeah, in the present, NN, which of course is all that can actually be observed, but the past remains inert and silent, that was my point of course.
So past events leave no effects behind? Isn't that what Cosmos is about?
The planets move, the fossils don't.
The point being?
You know what water usually does, you have no idea what the oceans would do if they covered all the land mass in the world, how the tides and the currents would behave among other things.
Non sequitur. What does this have to do with fossils and planets?
And I take tectonic activity a lot more seriously than some here too.