Give it up, McIntosh

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Postby a_haworthroberts » Sat Aug 31, 2013 11:06 pm

jon_12091 wrote:
Peter Henderson wrote:When McIntosh started going on about perfectly preserved butterfly and dragon fly fossils, supposedly during a violent food, Asher attempted to make the point "what do you think a a 40 ft tsunami would do to a dead butterfly".

McIntosh just went on and on and on. Such a fossil would have to be formed under low energy conditions.


McIntosh also needs to explain cyclothems - I'd love to see a model of the flood that explains them....

http://www.kabrna.com/cpgs/stratigraphy ... al_map.htm




Interesting.
See also Mark Edon's comment here: http://gracesalt.wordpress.com/2013/08/ ... /#comments
It links to this a pdf article by Phil Senter, which I had trouble linking to (you can access it via Mark's comment - it's an NCSE article entitled 'The Defeat of Flood Geology by Flood Geology').
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