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Creation Vs Geology

Christopher Ball

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An optical illusion has befallen mankind on an unprecedented scale and sent our thoughts tumbling in the wrong direction. Its discovery will answer some of the world's greatest mysteries. It will uncover previously hidden and untold truths and, as a result, all current thinking around the age of this planet will be questioned.


Mankind Wondered … 'How long did it take that pebbled beach to look like that sandy beach?

Science put a time-span to the erosion process and the conclusion was … aeons. They quote' nature took 'A Thousand Million Years' to turn solid rock into boulders' boulders into pebbles' and pebbles into all the sand in the world.


This geological time-span was used as a baseline for dating everything from evolution to the laws of physics, and the time-span is wrong, clearly wrong because Beach Pebbles' get 'Bigger' not smaller.


Beach pebbles are formed by the process of 'Tidemark' … a tidal layering process. It's the same process as a wash basin when a thin layer of grime builds up around the inside; albeit sea-basin or wash-basin the process is the same. 'Dirty water bigger tidemark'.


Correct the baseline and you will find that six thousand years ago, when the Pyramids were built, limestone was soft, very similar in density to today's lightweight building blocks?


You could cut limestone with a piece of wood, let alone a piece of copper, and remember there was no iron or steel in those days, our pyramids were built using only copper tools.


At the time' limestone was the perfect building material, a bit like huge lumps of dense dried cuttlefish that has hardened over the years, like thebaking of a cake.


Correct this geological error and you will also find the planet is not old enough to mould modern man from a monkey let alone from absolutely nothing?


Reverse your 'pebble to sand equation' and Evolution' ie' Monkey to Man' …becomes the 'Reverse Theory' and thus revealing a path to another dimension


Tidemark + Tidemark = Pebbles

Each dirty tide leaves behind a residue that dries and bonds to the shore. The building process starts when three or four grains of sand bond together. The next incoming tides fill the divots with dirty mucky salty seawater, which again dries. Next incoming tide leaves behind another coat which again dries.


The process continues until small grit is formed. Again' the same thing happens until large pieces of grit are formed, until shingle is formed, until small pebbles are formed. Eventually the larger pebbles get pushed up the beach away from the grinding waves where input becomes greater than output.


Nature building its own sea defense, I call it 'nature'stoilet'.

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