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Sunday, June 10, 2018

Jumbled Fossils Support Genesis Flood

Defenders of deep time and uniformitarianism (present processes are the key to the past) shout, "Katie, bar the door!" when given contrary information, and commence to conjure up rescuing devices to protect their paradigm. Fact is, if observed geological data are plugged into a Genesis Flood model, the explanation is far more reasonable than uniformitarian assumptions yield. Some sidewinders give Flood evidence a hand-wave, even calling it "fiction". Darwin needs deep time and denial of reality for evolution, and secular geologists are more than happy to help them avoid the truth of recent creation.

Let's take a look at one of the basic arguments for the Genesis Flood that many biblical creationists use, but Darwin's rancorous disciples refuse to examine. The standard story is that fossils are formed when something dies, sinks to the bottom of a lake, river, ocean, or whatever, gets buried, then millions of Darwin years later, a fossil is formed. This not only defies basic knowledge of nature (scavengers and decay happen to dead things), but leaves out the fundamental principle of rapid burial. It also ignores the fact that many fossils show that creatures were buried alive. For fossilization to occur, conditions are far more important than time.


Credit: Pixabay / Efraimstochter
If you ever find yourself down near Western Cape, South Africa way, you might want to saddle up your beast of burden and head on over to a massive fossil graveyard. There is a huge jumble of various kinds of plants and animals. Evolutionists tell an implausible story about a local river flood, but it must have been a very impressive, non-local flood. Furthermore, these mixes of fossils are found all over the world. If you study on it, you'll see that the fossil evidence indicates a global flood, such as is described in Genesis. Although Darwin's Flying Monkeys© foolishly deny it, there is abundant evidence for the Flood.
This jumble of death represents only a portion of the original find. Many tonnes were ground into fertilizers rich in phosphate from as early as 1943, long before scientists became involved and the fossil-find carefully preserved.

The evolutionary explanation for the mayhem under and around our feet is that 5 million years ago a precursor of the present Berg River flooded and the fossils are remnants of animals that were washed into the area. Interestingly, the information material refers to a catastrophic flood as well as the ocean levels being about 30 m (98 ft) higher than today — this is to account for the marine fossil/phosphate deposits.

The sheer numbers of creatures that died raises the question: what kind of river was this? Today, when a river floods, most, if not all, of the mammals quickly move away. What then of the scores of species of flying birds ranging from quails to albatrosses that were unable to simply lift their wings and fly away?
To read the entire article, click on "‘Animal salad’ points to catastrophic demise".


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