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Thursday, January 15, 2009

On the deposition of fossil pollen

. . . considering that millions of fossils have been carefully catalogued with respect to location in the geological column during the past two hundred years, flood geologists can only point to a few possible examples of fossils that do not fit the well-established patterns of distribution. Rather than the very rare exception, flood geologists should expect and would predict out-of-place fossils to be the rule rather than the exception. R. Joel Duff, "Flood Geology's Abominable Mystery," Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith 60:166-177, p. 175, September, 2008. The "Abominable Mystery" has to do with the deposition of fossil pollen.

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