If the Flood Was So Turbulent, Why Didn't It Rip These Insects Apart?


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Barry Desborough, January 2013

One of the things I really don't understand about the global flood. It was supposed to be so turbulent and erosive that it scoured the preflood world, yet it doesn't seem to have hurt delicate animals which became fossilized. This simply doesn't make sense. Erosiveness which can scour a continent clean to the granite and fast moving water carrying loads of sand which will act like sand paper, didn't hurt the insects below. I took these pictures in a museum in Singapore last August. They are ultimately of Malaysian origin (Malaysia is only about 10 miles north of the museum). Anyway, can any YECs explain why such delicate features could survive the sandblasting waters of the global flood?

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