May 20 at 7pm
Megasequences and Giant Evidence for the Flood
Presented by Frank Mayo
The concept of megasequences provides a second way that professional geologists use to organize the geologic rock layers across continents for classification and study. Instead of using fossils as the primary means of classifying rock layers, megasequences primarily use the characteristics of the rock layers themselves to organize and understand earth history.
The driving force and unifying factor is the rise and fall of sea level over presumed long ages. This rise and fall is driven by tectonic forces acting on ocean floors change sea levels everywhere. The conventional evolutionary view sees megasequences as a beautiful picture with high explanatory power; and in some ways it is. But if we look closely and ask serious questions we find that there are a number of quite contrary evidences as well. In fact, there is much about megasequences that demands a sequence of worldwide flooding events that laid down the six megasequences in rapid succession.
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