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  • #46
    Once the water flow rates drop, then sediments can be deposited.
    Where is the evidence for a global flood?
    E≈mc2
    "the best maths don't need no stinkin' numbers"

    "The waters under the 'expanse' were under the crust."
    -Bob B.

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    • #47
      Originally posted by Stripe View Post
      Once the water flow rates drop, then sediments can be deposited.
      But not with the same plants, animals, and minerals in a band on both sides of an 800 mile ocean gap. The sedimentary deposits show that South America and Africa were not separated by an 800 mile wide ocean gap when the sediments were deposited, but were parts of the same continent.
      Learn to read what is written.

      _____
      The people who are supposed to be experts and who claim to understand the science are precisely the people who are blind to the evidence.
      ~ Dr Freeman Dyson

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      • #48
        Originally posted by genuineoriginal View Post
        But not with the same plants, animals, and minerals in a band on both sides of an 800 mile ocean gap. The sedimentary deposits show that South America and Africa were not separated by an 800 mile wide ocean gap when the sediments were deposited, but were parts of the same continent.
        Wide deposition area.
        Where is the evidence for a global flood?
        E≈mc2
        "the best maths don't need no stinkin' numbers"

        "The waters under the 'expanse' were under the crust."
        -Bob B.

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        • #49
          And, it looks like the discussion has run its course.

          Thank you for an interesting discussion. The Hydroplate Theory is a better theory than the Theory of Evolution, but appears to have a number of flaws.

          I appreciate the work Dr. Brown put into the theory, and would really like to see what would happen if he started comparing notes with Dr. Chadwick.

          Learn to read what is written.

          _____
          The people who are supposed to be experts and who claim to understand the science are precisely the people who are blind to the evidence.
          ~ Dr Freeman Dyson

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          • #50
            The last word might go to Dr. Brown.


            I watched with interest the entire exchange you had with Genuineoriginal. You did a good job. I am attaching a debate offer you might want to pass on to him or anyone else that disagrees with the hydroplate theory, including Art Chadwick (a friend of mine). He visited my office many years ago. I doubt that Art knows much about the hydroplate theory. If Genuineoriginal lives on the opposite side of the globe from me, we can still link by phone for the debate. The trick will be getting someone willing to read the theory beforehand.

            Thank you for your interest.

            Walt Brown




            What Is the Recorded and Transcribed Oral/Phone Debate Offer?

            The hydroplate theory, explained in this book, shows how a catastrophic, global flood rapidly produced 25 otherwise mysterious features of the earth and solar system. The theory also explains where all the flood water came from and where it went. Failure to understand the flood led to the mistaken belief that evolution happened over billions of years.
            If you know any credible individuals who disagree with the hydroplate theory, but will not enter a written, publishable debate as explained on pages 495–497, here is their opportunity to show orally, before a potentially large audience, that they have a scientific case. This is also your opportunity to see if their criticisms have merit. Critics—with your urging, if necessary—should send an email to
            phonedebate@creationscience.com
            (1) requesting a recorded telephone debate with Dr. Walt Brown, followed with written exchanges as necessary, and (2) stating that they have read the hydroplate theory (Part II of In the Beginning and pertinent technical notes and cross references). Please include full name, address, phone and FAX numbers, present job, academic background, and date of birth. No particular academic credentials are required.
            Walt Brown is able to participate in a 60-minute conference-call debate once a month. This debate will be recorded by goconferencecall.com and will be available to anyone immediately afterward. The recording (in MP3 and WAV format) and its transcription can be distributed, broadcast, or posted at any website by anyone if done in its entirety. Participants may also record the call.
            If more than one person wishes to debate Dr. Brown in a given month, the one with the strongest scientific credentials will be selected. Participants will be notified at least one month before each conference call, and a mutually agreeable time for the call will be arranged. CSC will post a transcript and an audio version of each month’s oral/phone debate at
            http://www.creationscience.com/podca...e_podcasts.rss
            A neutral moderator, jointly selected by both debaters, will be a debate instructor/coach from a randomly selected university or college in the United States. The conference call will begin with the moderator introducing both participants to the listening audience and summarizing the debate rules—namely, that all of the hydroplate theory has been read, and that no religion (only science) will be discussed. The “no religion” rule would be violated in this telephone exchange by:
            referring to religious writings, such as the Bible,
            ridiculing a deity or religious belief, or
            using a religious writing to support a scientific claim.
            However, using scientific evidence to reach a conclusion that happens to correspond to a religious writing would not be a violation.
            After introducing the two debaters, the moderator will ask the hydroplate critic two questions:
            Is it correct that you have read the hydroplate theory?
            What is your first criticism of the theory?
            Then Dr. Brown will respond and the discussion will focus on the critic’s topics and related issues. The moderator’s role is not to interview participants, but to enforce the rules and ensure that both sides have about the same speaking time and questioning opportunities. If necessary, the moderator will intervene or edit out statements about religion or unprofessional comments (repeated interruptions, insults, shouting, etc.).
            If, in the moderator’s opinion, the hydroplate critic has not carefully read the theory, as previously claimed, the moderator will end the conference call. Obviously, a debater’s credibility falls apart if it becomes clear that he has not read what he is criticizing. Dr. Brown will not be expected to take his limited debate time to explain relevant portions that the opponent has chosen not to read. However, Brown can raise issues and question the critic on portions of the theory that are relevant to a criticism.
            Also, the breadth of the hydroplate theory—purportedly explaining the origin of mountains, volcanoes, coal, oil, the Grand Canyon, earthquakes, ocean basins, the ice age, fossil sorting, layered strata, frozen mammoths, rapid continental drift, earth’s inner and outer core, magnetic field, comets, meteorites, asteroids, earth’s radioactivity, and dozens of other unexplained features—makes a thorough reading even more imperative. The events that formed each feature often relate to and support those that formed other features—and a global flood. Dr. Brown will be happy to read before the debate the critic’s written objections to the hydroplate theory. If complex issues are raised, the debate could be continued a following month with calculations and writings exchanged during the interim.
            Part II of this book, pages 108–384 and associated cross references (including technical notes), explain the hydroplate theory.A 170-word summary of the theory is on page 49, and a one-chapter summary begins on page 110.
            You may hear of an alleged flaw in the hydroplate theory. Be advised that almost all critics have not read the theory, choose to be anonymous, will not put their science to the test before Dr. Brown (as he will before them), or are scientifically uninformed. This may explain why no one, as of this writing, has accepted this balanced offer. If you press the critic to bring the alleged problem directly to Walt Brown and before a neutral moderator and a large, listening audience, you will help prevent the spreading of misinformation, will finally see the critic’s true confidence, and will help us all get much closer to the truth.

            Last edited by Stripe; May 29th, 2012, 05:42 PM.
            Where is the evidence for a global flood?
            E≈mc2
            "the best maths don't need no stinkin' numbers"

            "The waters under the 'expanse' were under the crust."
            -Bob B.

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