Fossils in Doc's Back Yard

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Skepti Que
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Fossils in Doc's Back Yard

Post by Skepti Que » Thu Sep 11, 2003 5:54 pm

There are some fossils within 35 miles of Doc's house. Go here to see a story on some of them: http://www.museum.unl.edu/research/vert ... r_2001.htm

Or here for some others straight north of Doc's:

www.nps.gov/agfo/adhi/adhit.htm

There is also some geology near Doc's place. But I guess there is geology everywhere. Watch for other links to geology in Doc's back yard.

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Thanks!

Post by Dr. John Nay » Fri Sep 12, 2003 7:44 am

:D Skepti Que, Thanks for putting up the links. At one time I took homeschoolers and the Christian school children from the area here to Agate Fossil Beds to share the creation viewpoint.

When one reads of these discoveries and compares what has been found with the global flood presented in God's Word, it all makes perfect sense. :D

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Digging Up Geology Web Sites

Post by Skepti Que » Fri Sep 12, 2003 2:22 pm

Doc,
I'm not having as much success finding good websites about your local geology as I thought I would. I guess if you start digging in your back yard and go deep enough you will find geology.
How do you explain the layers of volcanic ash in the strata of SBNM?
How do harder layers of rock get deposited on top of softer layers?
What are pipey concretions? Do they make good fence posts?


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Post by Jukia » Fri Sep 12, 2003 2:47 pm

Doc: Please explain your comment about these discoveries and the Biblical worldwide flood. Thanks

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