Fossilization Experiment Supports Genesis Flood

There is a great deal of scientific evidence that supports special creation and refutes universal common ancestor evolution in the life sciences. We can see the specified complexity of many living things, all the way down to the cellular level. When it comes to the Genesis Flood, most of the scientific information comes from geology, paleontology, and dead things.

The old line about needing millions of years for fossilization to occur has been further devastated by crocodile research.
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I kind of wonder how many budding scientists were stifled when their mothers told them not to play with dead things. Some scientists were not playing with those Australian crocodiles that had become bereft of life, and commenced to conducting an experiment on fossilization. The usual uniformitarian story goes that something dies, sinks, (a secular miracle happens here where the critter does not get eaten by scavengers), gets covered by sediment and the like, then fossilizes after a few million Darwin years.

Ever hear the song, "I Go to Pieces"? Well, they did. The dead things disarticulated, to use the expensive word. They also decayed. In short, there was no chance of fossilization despite the best efforts of scientists. Once again, we see that the Genesis flood provides the necessary conditions for the fossils that are found.
A recent Australian research study on how crocodile carcasses decompose in water has important implications for fossilization.
The researchers were seeking to better understand the processes operating on a skeleton after the flesh decomposes, affecting such things as how much of the skeleton remains, and how much stays articulated (the bones aligned together as in life).
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