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One is a 7-foot (2m) long ichthyosaur (extinct fish-shaped marine reptile) fossilized while giving birth.
Another is a fish fossilized in the middle of its lunch.
Sedimentation experiments by the creationist Guy Berthault, sometimes working with non-creationists, have shown that fine layers can form by a self-sorting mechanism during the settling of differently sized particles.
In one of Berthault’s experiments, finely layered sandstone and diatomite rocks were broken into their constituent particles, and allowed to settle under running water at various speeds.
Many organisms would have been buried very quickly and fossilized.
Also, recent catastrophes show that violent events like the flood described in Genesis could form many rock layers very quickly. Helens eruption in Washington state produced 25 feet (7.6 meters) of finely layered sediment in a And a rapidly pumped sand slurry was observed to deposit 3 to 4 feet (about 1 meter) of fine layers on a beach over an area the size of a football field.
This is graphically illustrated in a chart on pages 36–37: man’s existence is in such a tiny segment at the end of a 5-billion-year time-line that it has to be diagrammatically magnified twice to show up.The ‘deep time’ indoctrination comes with the statement ‘often reaching great thicknesses over long periods of time.’ However, this goes beyond the evidence.Great thicknesses could conceivably be produced either by a little water over long periods, or a lot of water over short periods.Links for Chemists Bases, and p H AP Chemistry Study Cards General Chemistry Help General Chemistry Notes High School Chemistry Notes High School Chemistry Tutorials Learn - Tutorials Predicting Chemical Reactions Bio Chemistry Made Very E Click here for the latest breaking "Chemical Industry" NEWS.Chemistry Tutorial for High School Chemistry Tutor College Chemistry Tutorial also, General Chemistry Outline Laboratory Experiments Kitchen Chemistry Experiments Pocket Guide to Chemical Hazards Chemistry Review Ask the Experts: Chemistry Chemistry Practice Exams developed by the National Science Resources Center.