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Relating quantifiable elements of the fossil record (coal and oil deposits, crinoidal limestones, Meso-Cenozoic chalks, Karroo Formation vertebrates, and biogenic components of carbonates) to the number (biomass) of their biologic progenitors at the time of the Flood. Anti-Creationist charges are proved specious.
Biosphere, flood, fossils
Volume 1:II, Page 205-218
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"The Antediluvian Biosphere and Its Capability of Supplying the Entire Fossil Record,"
Proceedings of the International Conference on Creationism: Vol. 1
, Article 43.
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