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Innerfire89

Jellyfish fossils.

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Ok, if fossils are made by an animal dying in a wet muddy area and over time the body is buried, they how can we have jellyfish fossils?

When jellyfish die they float to the top of the water and wash up on the shore. After they wash up on the shore they don't take long to fall apart and get washed back into the sea. The only way there can be fossils of jellyfish is that they were buried under a deep dirt in a short amount of time like in a flood.

 

There's also a fossil of mating turtles and a fish with its eggs meaning that the animals in these fossils died by being buried in mud. There's fossils of centerpieds that would of just been eaten or fell apart and rotted overtime.

 

So the only thing left for the evolutionist is claiming these fossils are from floods at different periods of time by assumption or accept Gods word as the plain, literal truth which Gods word never fails at providing.

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Ok, if fossils are made by an animal dying in a wet muddy area and over time the body is buried, they how can we have jellyfish fossils?

When jellyfish die they float to the top of the water and wash up on the shore. After they wash up on the shore they don't take long to fall apart and get washed back into the sea. The only way there can be fossils of jellyfish is that they were buried under a deep dirt in a short amount of time like in a flood.

All you had to do was take a bit of time to look and your question would have been answered.

 

https://www.livescience.com/60048-oldest-stranded-jellyfish-graveyard.html

 

There's also a fossil of mating turtles and a fish with its eggs meaning that the animals in these fossils died by being buried in mud.

The mating turtles were not due to flood conditions, but instead were due to toxic conditions in a lake, where they settled to the bottom. Again, all you have to do is take the time to look for the answers.

 

So the only thing left for the evolutionist is claiming these fossils are from floods at different periods of time by assumption or accept Gods word as the plain, literal truth which Gods word never fails at providing.

Not everyone is limited to such extreme, simplistic choices. If you just did some basic reading you'd find that these specimens are associated with specific environments and conditions that provide insight into how they came to be fossilized. It's quite interesting work, if you care to learn about it.

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All you had to do was take a bit of time to look and your question would have been answered.

 

https://www.livescience.com/60048-oldest-stranded-jellyfish-graveyard.html

 

 

The mating turtles were not due to flood conditions, but instead were due to toxic conditions in a lake, where they settled to the bottom. Again, all you have to do is take the time to look for the answers.

 

 

Not everyone is limited to such extreme, simplistic choices. If you just did some basic reading you'd find that these specimens are associated with specific environments and conditions that provide insight into how they came to be fossilized. It's quite interesting work, if you care to learn about it.

 

I'm not impressed. Both articals where full of guesses, In the turtle article Joyce even said it.

 

It boils down to accepting the literal account of creation in Gen. or making guesses and passing them off as fact.

 

The biggest problem in my opinion is that in both articals is that they rejected the historical evidance needed to understand what they were observing. They needed to make a few guesses to make the evidance fit the theory, a guess on top of a guess. I wasn't too far off in saying evolutions have two choices left.

 

By the way, I saw the first artical from Nat. Geo. while gathering information to make this topic, you're too quick to assume, you should stop doing that, who knows what you'll overlook.

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The mating turtles were not due to flood conditions, but instead were due to toxic conditions in a lake, where they settled to the bottom. Again, all you have to do is take the time to look for the answers.

 

Fossilization took place under water. How does anyone know this took place in a lake rather than during a world wide flood?

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I'm not impressed.

I'm not surprised.

 

It boils down to accepting the literal account of creation in Gen. or making guesses and passing them off as fact.

Maybe for you it does, but not everyone is limited in that way.

 

By the way, I saw the first artical from Nat. Geo. while gathering information to make this topic, you're too quick to assume, you should stop doing that, who knows what you'll overlook.

So why did you ask for information that you already had?

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Fossilization took place under water. How does anyone know this took place in a lake rather than during a world wide flood?

Alternating seasonal layers of spring pollen and fall leaf litter for starters.

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