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  Paul Taylor
New Zealand
Section 2 To suggest that these layers have been laid down gradually over billions of years is completely contrary to simple logic. For if each successive layer represents successive periods of time, then the volume of the earth would have had to be increasing over the same length of time - since all these layers still remain stacked on top of the other! The question to be answered is "What process could possibly erode the surface of the earth to a depth of hundreds of feet and redeposit these materials as sedimentary rock layers over areas of continental dimensions? [New Zealand is roughly 1000 miles long and of varying width, yet the same features persist throughout its length.] 4/14/2003 2:20:43 AM  

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