A few extra quotes I ran into while researching Fossils: Memorial of Death
National Geographic: Oldest Live-Birth Fossil Found; Fish Had Umbilical Cord
“Having such advanced reproduction for a fish that primitive is amazing,” Long said.
It is surprising if you believe “primitive” means closer to a “simple” ancestor. It doesn’t surprise me any!
How to tell if your fish is dead by Wikihow:
“Most fish sink when they die, but float to the top as they begin to rot. With small fish, this
can happen in as little as 24 hours.”
So why are there so many fish fossils if they normally float when they begin to rot? Maybe they were buried quickly before there was time for them to rot.
Mysterious Fossil fish death by Science News:
“For more than a century, the Green River formation in southwestern Wyoming has been famed for its preserved fossils, most of them herring-sized fish. The thin-layered strata there were laid down as sediments in ancient lakes, and some layers… contain as many as 500 fish fossils per square meter (46 per square foot).
Scientists have identified more than 20 possible causes for modern-day fish kills worldwide,…
…that scenario doesn’t explain the fossilized remains of birds also found in the layers, Hellawell suggested.”
I wonder why they don’t want to consider a massive flood event pouring mud over them?
People knew God, but they did not honor him as God, and they did not thank him. Their ideas were all useless. There was not one good thought left in their foolish minds. They said they were wise, but they became fools.
Instead of honoring the divine greatness of God, who lives forever, they traded it for the worship of idols—things made to look like humans, who get sick and die, or like birds, animals, and snakes. Romans 1:21-23 Easy-to-read Version