"Polystrate fossils are problems for evolution (#C328)
Evolutionists generally tell the public that rock layers take long periods of time to form. In fact, they often use the number of layers as evidence for these long ages. However, some fossils are found spanning many of these layers, 1 2 making gradual deposition impossible in these cases.
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Sarfati, J. D., & Matthews, M. (1999). Refuting Evolution. Green Forest, AR: Master Books.
- Sarfati, 1999, p. 107: “And there is a vertical tree trunk that penetrates several rock layers (hence the term polystrate fossil). If the upper sedimentary layers really took millions or even hundreds of years to form, then the top of the tree trunk would have rotted away.” ↩
- http://www.icr.org/article/classic-polystrate-fossil/ ↩