Tuesday, March 11, 2014



Hello to you all! I am back safe and sound from across the country. I am always amazed at our modern technology that I can fly across thousands of miles in a few hours.

Did you enjoy the answers to Bill Nyse’s questions last week? I hope so. Well here are a few more:

bird and dinosaur tracks together
Nye claimed there were no fossils of a higher animal mixed in with a lower one. “However, many examples refute this. In China, a fossilized fish was found low in the Cambrian layer where Darwinists claim only single cell creatures existed. This fish had communist, atheist scientists calling American scientists ‘closed minded bigots’ for not considering we mighthave been created. The lead Chinese researcher observed: ‘In China we can criticize Darwin but not our government; in America you can criticize your government but not Darwin.’ A fact that needs to be changed as real science is a Believers true friend.”1

Nye stated that if water from The Flood suddenly drained away wouldn’t there be evidence of some turbulence?And if you could find just one example of that anywhere in the world you would be a hero to scientists. Well, Grand Canyon is missing 900 cubic miles of sediments, and that’s one big hole in the ground! But how about a turbulence event that removed more than a mile deep layer of strata from above today’s rim of the Grand Canyon? In fact the event removed ~130,000 cubic miles of sediments without leaving any evidence of where the missing sediments went? Geologically, this area of turbulence is called the Grand Staircase. Toward the end of the global flood, flood waters rushing off the land mass removed the sediments from today’s southwestern United States, leaving behind the Grand Staircase which includes Zion & Bryce Canyon National Parks.”2

Nye was puzzled with the enormous rocks that are found on top layers around the Lake Missoula area in WA. He then asked, how could the rocks be there if a catastrophic flood occurred 4,000 years ago? “Well, such large boulders are common in areas that experienced glacial activity. They’re called ‘erratics.’ The fountains of the deep had erupted with scalding thermal waters for the first 150 days of the global flood, heating the seas. It’s estimated the flood waters averaged ~90 F. This led to massive evaporation

and cloud cover which pounded snow onto the poles, forming the ice caps. Glaciers quickly formed and carried large boulders with them. As the glaciers later retreated they deposited the erratics on the surface where they’re seen today.”3
Tiktaalik Fossil

Nye presented the Tiktaalik fossil as a link between fish & amphibians. “When appropriately presented on April Fools Day of 2006 the NY Times wrote it’s ‘a fish exhibiting changes that anticipate the beginnings of wrists, elbows & shoulders…’ Really? So how does a fish exhibit ‘changes that anticipate the beginnings’ of such astounding random chance mutations that turn a fish into an amphibian?  FACT: both living & fossilized lobe-finned fish have bones just like Tiktaalick; with zero evolutionary changes!”4 Why? Because these bones were designed to support the muscle structures of these animals in deep water where the pressure is much greater.

We will look into one more batch of Nye’s questions next week, so stayed tuned!

God Bless and take care!
Willow Dressel

This week in the night skies: For the northern lats; “Late twilight is when Sirius now stands due south, and twilight is also a time when the atmospheric seeing sometimes steadies. So it may be a good time to try to detect the faint white-dwarf companion of Sirius, now 10.2″ east of dazzling Sirius A.”5
For the southern hemisphere, in South Australia at 23:00 pm ACDST; “The Moon forms a triangle with Mars and Spica. The asteroid Vesta is just below Mars, and easily visible in binoculars.  Similar views will be seen elsewhere at the equivalent local time….Two bright asteroids are now visible in binoculars in the evening sky. 2 Pallas and 4 Vesta. Later in March Vesta will become bright enough to be just visible to the unaided eye win dark sky locations. While Vesta is easily seen in binoculars, you will need to watch the same patch of sky in binoculars for a couple of nights to identify it by its movement.”6



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