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Sea-Floor Sediment And the Age of the Earth

  • Sea Floor Sediment And the Age of the Earth

A Technical Monograph by Larry Vardiman, Ph.D.

Sea-floor sediments accumulate so slowly today that millions of years would be required to explain the thickness of sediments on the sea floor - unless a global, catastrophic Flood occurred at some time in the past!

This monograph develops an analytic model of sea-floor sediment accumulation from a catastrophic, young-earth perspective. The model uses measured sedimentation rates, observed sediment depths on the sea floor, and a literal Biblical time frame as boundary conditions. An exponentially decreasing function is used to model accumulation since the Flood.

The formation of sea-floor sediments in such a short time implies a very different view of earth history. It did not take 65 million years for the Creataceous ocean to cool from 15°C to the present - it took less than 5,000 years. The "Ice Age" did not last 100,000 years and was not preceded by 15 to 30 other "Ice Ages" but, rather, occurred recently following the Flood described in Genesis. This model could become the bais for a new calendar of events following the Genesis Flood.
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Sea Floor Sediment And the Age of the Earth

A Technical Monograph by Larry Vardiman, Ph.D.

Sea-floor sediments accumulate so slowly today that millions of years would be required to explain the thickness of sediments on the sea floor - unless a global, catastrophic Flood occurred at some time in the past!

This monograph develops an analytic model of sea-floor sediment accumulation from a catastrophic, young-earth perspective. The model uses measured sedimentation rates, observed sediment depths on the sea floor, and a literal Biblical time frame as boundary conditions. An exponentially decreasing function is used to model accumulation since the Flood.

The formation of sea-floor sediments in such a short time implies a very different view of earth history. It did not take 65 million years for the Creataceous ocean to cool from 15°C to the present - it took less than 5,000 years. The "Ice Age" did not last 100,000 years and was not preceded by 15 to 30 other "Ice Ages" but, rather, occurred recently following the Flood described in Genesis. This model could become the bais for a new calendar of events following the Genesis Flood.


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