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Actually, There Was An Ancient Sea Over What Is Now Ohio

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Posted by Rich on June 3, 2002 16:27:43 UTC

However, the land masses looked much different back then.

What exactly are you conceding here? If the coral grew because of your ancient ocean which was covered over by lots of rock from the flood, why is this same strata of coral exposed in the Canadian Shield in Ontario? Why isn't that coral covered over from the flood?

Second, you elected to not respond to the majority of my post dealing with flood bedding and normal bedding, along with issues of aggregate not being found in shale. I'd like to hear your comments on that as well.

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