Discussion in 'The Bar' started by geo, Jun 11, 2013.
hep me here fuckers
Post it here and someone will do it for you
what is that?
pic up a geology text and figure it out
i'm free with my info
gonna guess something wormlike that drowned in The Flood 4,500 years ago and left intact fossils
or Fred Flintsone's Richter Scale
bwaaahaaaa you believe in the tooth fairy too
oh, now you don't believe in Fred Flintstone
fred flintstone doesn't believe in the flood
i saw a real geologist set up a table akin to the conditions at the grand canyon and demonstrate that his theory of a large lake runoff would cut the grand canyon in days/weeks/months, not eons
that's a real geologist for ya. experimenting and shit.
that statement is too idiotic for me to even comment on.
that scientists who experiment are real scientists, and people who just regurgitate what the professor says are just parrots?
different dude. 3 days actually observing the actual planet. go figure.
Geologist investigates canyon carved in just three days in Texas flood
The abrasion of rock by sediment-loaded waters—while less significant in terms of the overall formation of the canyon—produced other features, like sculpted walls, plunge pools at the bases of the waterfalls, and teardrop-shaped sediment islands. The sediment islands are particularly significant, Lamb says, because "these are features we see on Earth and on Mars in areas where we think large flow events have occurred. It's nice that here we're seeing some of the same features that we've interpreted elsewhere as evidence of large flow events."
huh. how 'bout that. things change quickly.
Google > your degree