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by Essan
Fri Sep 15, 2006 1:57 am
Forum: Archived Discussion Forum
Topic: Some Non-Biblical, Non-Flood, Archaeology....
Replies: 35
Views: 11154

The submerging of any possible Neanderthal coastal settlements would have occurred steadily over the past 15,000 or so years. In some locations tectonic movements may have caused faster sinking of the land or even, theoretically, rising of it - potentially some ice age coasts could still be above se...
by Essan
Fri Sep 15, 2006 1:49 am
Forum: Archived Discussion Forum
Topic: the press
Replies: 13
Views: 7775

Presumably by crop circles they mean crop marks - when the underlying soil has been disturbed it leads to different growth rates. This can then be picked up be ariel photogrpahy, especially in dry conditions. A filled in circular ditch would, for example, appear as a 'crop circle' - caused by greene...
by Essan
Thu Sep 14, 2006 6:41 am
Forum: Archived Discussion Forum
Topic: ice age civilisations by James Nienhuis (Book Review)
Replies: 166
Views: 68200

Yes some were undoubtably underwater eruptions, but many were clearly above surface - the volume of poisonous gases given off by the Deccen Traps would have suffocated the world.

And in any case, would the submarine eruptions have poisoned the waters?
by Essan
Thu Sep 14, 2006 6:38 am
Forum: Archived Discussion Forum
Topic: Some Non-Biblical, Non-Flood, Archaeology....
Replies: 35
Views: 11154

I suspect every post sine the first one coudl be delted now that Doctor X has removed all his comments ..... Anyway, reverting to the original subject of this thread: it's interetsing to note the the Neanderthals occupying this cave were doing so exactly at the height of the last Glacial Maximum. Ha...
by Essan
Thu Sep 14, 2006 6:27 am
Forum: Archived Discussion Forum
Topic: ice age civilisations by James Nienhuis (Book Review)
Replies: 166
Views: 68200

Well that was a fun bit of conversation :lol: Anyway, I think thise of us who know what we're talking about are agreed that magma does contain water, though not - that we're aware - anything like as much as GV suggests. Notwithstanding which - if the water came from the magma, where's the magma? The...
by Essan
Thu Sep 14, 2006 2:19 am
Forum: Archived Discussion Forum
Topic: Noah's Flood...
Replies: 1656
Views: 189095

john wrote:
I'm not sure of any YEC explanation for this and the dozens of other major impact craters? be interesting to know if there is one?

really,

really,

huge

raindrops.




john

LOL! At least someone reads my posts :)
by Essan
Wed Sep 13, 2006 8:49 am
Forum: Archived Discussion Forum
Topic: ice age civilisations by James Nienhuis (Book Review)
Replies: 166
Views: 68200

There's no question that magma does contain water. There's also no question that it's not a very significant amount. So the question is: how much magma is needed to produce enough water to cover the earth? Do we agreed figures on how much water we actually require? (Obviously the fact that most of t...
by Essan
Wed Sep 13, 2006 8:43 am
Forum: Archived Discussion Forum
Topic: Noah's Flood...
Replies: 1656
Views: 189095

Way to go X, you acknowledged that catastrophism played a great role in the formation of the geologic column, now, after all of your extensive research, how many catastrophic events do you suppose caused the geologic column? I'll answer that ;) Many, many events at different times in different part...
by Essan
Wed Sep 13, 2006 7:40 am
Forum: Archived Discussion Forum
Topic: ice age civilisations by James Nienhuis (Book Review)
Replies: 166
Views: 68200

Essan : Now, perhaps you find long threads with pictures and quotes, and citations, and whatnot intimidating, taxing--even boring. That is your right. No, I just find constant childish insults dull and boring - and they put me off trying to dig the wheat out from the chafe. Still, it's quite clear ...
by Essan
Wed Sep 13, 2006 6:56 am
Forum: Archived Discussion Forum
Topic: ice age civilisations by James Nienhuis (Book Review)
Replies: 166
Views: 68200

To be fair to Doctor X he's not to know that I already know a good deal about your theories GV - and that we've come to disagree on just about everything many times before! And (don't tell Marduk this) but I quite enjoy such discussions. Makes a change from arguing over the accuracy of the GFS weath...
by Essan
Wed Sep 13, 2006 6:48 am
Forum: Archived Discussion Forum
Topic: Noah's Flood...
Replies: 1656
Views: 189095

To be fair - all I ever see is name calling these days :(

I kmake a post. I come back next day. I see the thread has moved on 3 pages. And then I see that in fact not one serious comment has appeared on those 3 pages .....

I don;t really see the point in it all?
by Essan
Wed Sep 13, 2006 6:43 am
Forum: Archived Discussion Forum
Topic: ice age civilisations by James Nienhuis (Book Review)
Replies: 166
Views: 68200

Some people will show their disagreement to a theory by exposing flaws in the argument or by presenting counter evidence. Others just throw insults - presumably on the assumption that whoever can come up with the biggest, best, insult must be right. Guess what? I don't like the latter. So please, if...
by Essan
Wed Sep 13, 2006 6:28 am
Forum: Archived Discussion Forum
Topic: Noah's Flood...
Replies: 1656
Views: 189095

Getting back to where I left off (oh and btw hi GV http://www.ukweatherworld.co.uk/forum/images/emoticons/hi.gif ) - I don't think we've resolved the issue of how there was sufficent sea life in the oceans at the time of the Flood to create the vast deposits of chalk, limestone and oil bearing shale...
by Essan
Tue Sep 12, 2006 4:45 am
Forum: Archived Discussion Forum
Topic: Noah's Flood...
Replies: 1656
Views: 189095

i am tired of taking the lead and being criticised so i decided to post a series of articles for you to present your honest and serious opposition remarks. this one is a test and if it takes up too much space i will edit future ones. feel free to honestly, scientifically, logically, concisely, and ...
by Essan
Mon Sep 11, 2006 3:58 am
Forum: Archived Discussion Forum
Topic: Noah's Flood...
Replies: 1656
Views: 189095

btw Where did the water that supposed fell to flood the earth come from again? And where did it subsequently go? If it was previulsy suspended in a vapour above the Earth, why diesn;t it create an runaway greenhouse effect? How doid the sun shine through? And how, indeed, die it remian in suspension...