Tas' latest attept to return geology to pre Hutton

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Tas' latest attept to return geology to pre Hutton

Postby Peter Henderson » Wed Jul 31, 2013 9:54 am

"Fossils found at Geebung, Australia, were buried by Noah’s Flood"

http://biblicalgeology.net/blog/fossils ... t-geebung/

Bob thinks this is further evidence of Noah's flood.

Funny there are no dinosaurs !
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Re: Tas' latest attept to return geology to pre Hutton

Postby Michael » Wed Jul 31, 2013 4:52 pm

Peter

That is a gross insult to pre-Hutton geologists. They were a wise and intelligent bunch carefully studying the rocks in a scientific way. You cannot say that about Walker, Garner etc.
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Re: Tas' latest attempt to return geology to pre Hutton

Postby a_haworthroberts » Wed Jul 31, 2013 8:10 pm

According to Cowboy Bob:
"The fossils recently discovered in Geebung (near Brisbane) fit the biblical creationist Flood geology model quite well, despite the attempts of uniformitarian evolutionists to say otherwise".
http://www.piltdownsuperman.com/2013/07 ... t=FaceBook

The usual hot air.

Since I do not know what this particular model is or is meant to suggest, I cannot say whether the fossils (lacking any dinosaurs it would seem) fit with the model in any shape or form. Though I assume they are not a random assortment of ALL types of animal that has ever lived in that part of the planet.

And have some of those nasty evolutionists already been disputing the fossils' claimed fit to that creationist model that Bob goes on about? I see no comments under Walker's blogs (apart from a whinge by his buddy Catchpoole). Has there been a 'troll raid' at TQEP today (but normally Bob brags there about having censored and banned the people concerned)?

In his second blog on these fossils, Tas Walker stated that the fossils "were buried long after the floodwaters had overwhelmed the dinosaurs and other air-breathing animals not on Noah’s Ark - animals whose fossils are routinely unearthed in Central Queensland".
http://biblicalgeology.net/blog/geebung ... ueensland/
Was he there or something?

http://biblicalgeology.net/blog/fossils ... t-geebung/
Why on earth should this coastal location of south east Queensland have apparently been flooded later than central parts of the state - where dinosaur fossils have been found, supposedly also overwhelmed by Noah's Flood?

And does Bob actually realise that these fossils are very new (but also very old)?!
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Re: Tas' latest attempt to return geology to pre Hutton

Postby Brian Jordan » Thu Aug 01, 2013 2:11 pm

a_haworthroberts wrote:In his second blog on these fossils, Tas Walker stated that the fossils "were buried long after the floodwaters had overwhelmed the dinosaurs and other air-breathing animals not on Noah’s Ark - animals whose fossils are routinely unearthed in Central Queensland".
It's not quite clear there whether he means just the dinosaurs that didn't make it onto the ark, or all the dinosaurs. If it's the latter, he'd better go and see Paul Garner for a refresher course.
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Re: Tas' latest attempt to return geology to pre Hutton

Postby a_haworthroberts » Thu Aug 01, 2013 9:28 pm

Brian Jordan wrote:
a_haworthroberts wrote:In his second blog on these fossils, Tas Walker stated that the fossils "were buried long after the floodwaters had overwhelmed the dinosaurs and other air-breathing animals not on Noah’s Ark - animals whose fossils are routinely unearthed in Central Queensland".
It's not quite clear there whether he means just the dinosaurs that didn't make it onto the ark, or all the dinosaurs. If it's the latter, he'd better go and see Paul Garner for a refresher course.


No, I think Walker's nonsense probably remains sound YEC nonsense...
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