|Tracy P. Hamilton
Joined: May 2006
My opinion of Darwinist paleogeologists is only slightly higher than for paleo anthropologists. I found their speculations appallingly bad and in violation of reasonable interpretations of standard physics. Darwinism and physics don’t mix, neither does paleogeology and physics…
The prestigious scientific journal Nature explores a highly important topic:
Makse, H. A., Havlin, S., King, P. R. and Stanley, H. E., 1997. Spontaneous stratification in granular mixtures. Nature, 386:379–382.
Fineberg, J., 1997. From Cinderella’s dilemma to rock slides. Nature, 386:323–324.
Did the above stratification take millions or thousands of years. NO!
If the density (rho) of one kind of sediment is different than another, a fluid mixture of these subtances can cause stratification. This is not too far from Archimedes Principle. This is sophomore physics….
Do we have examples of stratification that might be candidates for spontaneous stratification? Hmm….
Did it take millions of years? Was Lyell right? The jury is still out.
Hmm, sounds like speculation to me. Looking up the well-hidden information on the Grand Canyon, one sees for example:
Cardenas basalt. Tell us Sal, how is lava "sediment" which would sort among the others by density? Maybe it is not lava, the jury is still out!
What about all the fossils, Sal? Would they settle slower than fine particles? Have you checked the size distributions of particles in each layer, to see if they are what you expect from the Nature paper?
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