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[Replying to 'there is no evidence of a global flood']...B.S... How do you account for fossils of sea shells being found on MOUNTIANS?? Do they CLIMB or something? Hey, isn't the math easy? '0 +300 billion years = a rock'

Grace, DenyYourself.com Discussion Board 16 Comments [12/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Tectonic movement...really, it's not that difficult to understand.

5/1/2006 1:54:41 AM


Gadren that was 5 syllables.

5/1/2006 5:00:48 AM

David D.G.

It really is disgraceful how old and out-of-date some school textbooks are. Grace really should read a science book written after 1980, rather than from 150 years earlier.

~David D.G.

5/1/2006 1:59:53 PM


Millions of years ago those mountains didn't exist or they were underwater.

12/24/2006 9:57:21 PM

Captain Klamydia

Well if there were civilizations in the area they may have traded the shells for something coastal tribes don't have. Like I COULD try to trade my intelligence for your immensely faulty faith, but i won't.

10/7/2009 2:01:29 AM


Yeah, especially the way those sea shells are sorted by floatabillity. That proves your point quite nicely... Oh, wait. No they aren't.

10/7/2009 3:30:48 AM


Grace should just legally change her name to stupid.

10/7/2009 6:02:55 AM

Quantum Mechanic

Grace didn't do well in geology.

8/19/2011 6:37:27 AM

I take it this person does not understand the concepts of Plate Tectonics or Orogenic uplift.
Perhaps alternative reading would help, the bible is full of shit regarding the real world.

8/19/2011 9:45:02 AM


Mount Everest is a relatively young mountain, geologically, despite it being the highest point on the planet.

And it's still growing in size.

So much for Creationism then, if your so-called 'God' had brought everything into being, as is. Fixed.

8/19/2011 12:41:01 PM


"B.S... How do you account for fossils of sea shells being found on MOUNTIANS?? Do they CLIMB or something? Hey, isn't the math easy? '0 +300 billion years = a rock'"

PROTIP: ^'Grace', the genius alternate personality of Cynthia Rand-Laviger, in the manga/anime series "Hanaukyo Maids/La Verite".

9/6/2011 9:00:27 AM

Big One

I know that for a flat-world thinker, and without any basic knowledge in tectonics, it can be quite confusing, but yep, basically, mountains do climb themselves.

10/12/2011 4:24:43 PM


obviously the clams on mount everest made a massive effort to climb from the seas , perhaps staying just near the surface of the flood waters. When they reached the mountaintops they had nowhere to go and drowned. This is my clam on everest hypothesis.

Or you might think that a clam bed got uplifted by geological processes and wound up at the top of a mountain.

I like to think the valient clams struggling to climb ahead of the disaster. Hey hollywood, can I have a movie out of this ?

10/20/2011 10:21:43 AM

Water doesn't climb either. Where did the flood waters go?

Sea shells don't climb, but mountains do. And sea levels go back and forth with global temperature.

12/20/2011 2:24:07 AM

meh II

The story of the CLAMS fight for life is one of the saddest ever. They valiently climbed to the top of everest after trekking across india only to be overwhelmed by the water. You can see how they huddled together for comfort in the final moments.

12/25/2011 11:43:12 AM


It's not just plate tectonics that this idiot doesn't understand, she cannot grasp the fact that the earth is billions and not just a few thousand years old. More than enough time for mountains to come and go, more than enough time for what used to be the bottom of the sea to now be reaching above the clouds.

12/25/2011 11:05:06 PM

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