- Slowly, the layers representing millions of years of time
- Quickly, with all layers being laid down rapidly (as in a local flood)
Evolutionists present #1 to the public, even using the number of layers as evidence for long ages. However, when the data does not fit (as with polystrate fossils), they respond with #2. Using these two methods, they can explain almost any fossil scenario, making evolution a messy theory, not a clean, consistent scientific one.
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