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Source: Excerpt from: The Darwin Papers; Dinosaurs and the Flood of Noah, by James M.Foard Science Frontiers Online is not a "creationist' Journal, but rather is a compilation of anomalous articles and articles of interest from a variety of scientific journals, magazines and newspapers.They further state: "Second, the organism must not be destroyed immediately by other organisms or by the action of climatic or geologic forces.Third, the organism must be protected immediately from decaying.Are there any great buffalo fossil graveyards to be found? Their remains were disposed of by the normal ravages of the weather, scavengers, and decomposition.So why are there great fossil graveyards of dinosaurs, where the bones of millions of these beasts lie entombed in vast heaps, together with the piles of fossilized mammals, fish, insects, plants etc., testifying that they all perished together in a great mass death? Let us find out what Stein and Rowe have to say about the process of fossilization.They state: "Effective fossilization usually depends on having hard parts, such as bones or shells, and being buried immediately after death. The point of ultimate burial and fossilization may be hundreds of miles from the place of death." They then give us four conditions necessary for the preservation of fossils.

Every living thing that moved on the earth perished--birds, livestock, wild animals, all the creatures that swarm over the earth, and all mankind.The waters rose and increased greatly on the earth, and the ark floated on the surface of the water.They rose greatly on the earth, and all the high mountains under the entire heavens were covered.It had to be something sudden, to kill them in what appears in many cases to be an unnatural, violent death; it was something universal that destroyed them in every part of the earth at roughly the same period in history; it was something that swiftly covered them up to "mummify" their remains so that the normal exposure to water or air and other predations wouldn't obliterate their remains, and it did this on a massive scale to create such numerous and extensive fossil graveyards.Only one possible event could simultaneously meet all of these conditions: The onrush of swift moving sediment from a tremendous, worldwide Flood."--End Quote....

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