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Is It Possible for Strata Layers to Form Quickly?

Sep 4, 2008
A catastrophic event occurred in 1980 in the United States that created an incredible study opportunity for scientists:

The eruption of Mount Saint Helens in the state of Washington, and several associated events that followed.

Darwinian scientists holding to the belief that it took millions and even billions of years for Darwinian evolution to take place were startled by the documented findings.

Importantly, the eruption's aftermath revealed to the world several methods of strata formation. In certain areas several hundred feet of finely-stratified strata layers were laid down in a matter of minutes, proving that these layers can form quickly as opposed to slowly over never-observed millions of years of time.

To begin the layering, air fall depositions formed finely-stratified layers in a matter of minutes following the May 18, 1980 eruption of Mount Saint Helens. These continued to form for several days following the blast as debris continued to settle and come down from the atmosphere.

A layer of finely-stratified accumulations was produced within a matter of hours at Mount Saint Helens by flows that rushed from the crater of the volcano at velocities of hurricane-wind intensities. This twenty-five-foot-thick layer was laid down on top of the air fall deposits and is exposed where massive water and mud flows later carved a canyon through the strata layers.

This huge water and mud flow, which occurred on March 19, 1982, laid down yet another finely-stratified layer on top of the other layers, all of which formed rapidly, not over never-observed millions of years of time.

Mount Saint Helens exhibited three different methods that caused the sudden formation of finely-stratified layers. In review, these were: volcanic air fall deposits; pyroclastic flow accumulations; and layers which were laid down by water-borne sediment flows.
The fact is that scientific testing proves, as was scientifically observed at Mount Saint Helens, that whenever mixtures of various-sized grains are shifted or moved cataclysmically, whether by volcanic activity or massive water flow, they rapidly segregate by grain size and/or density. In fact, when a mixture of various-sized grains are poured in a pile, the larger grains tend to be found at the base of the pile, while the smaller grains generally end up on the top of the formation.

It is the same process that most kids know how to use in order to get more raisins in their Raisin Bran. By shaking the box for five seconds before pouring out their cereal they literally stratify out the cereal as the raisins move to the top, a fact that has been scientifically tested and repeated in homes around the world for the past several generations.
About the Author
Russ Miller is author of The GENESIS Report Series. Register at http://www.new-earth-thought.com to receive FREE his 50 Facts vs. Darwinism e-mail series.
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