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First, it is often assumed that around 10 feet of peat is necessary to produce 1 foot of coal. But if you consider the weight of peat and coal, or if you consider the energy content, then 10 feet of vegetation probably produced 5–10 feet of coal.
Second, it is mistakenly assumed that the world of Noah's day was much like today. That is not the case. It turns out that Noah's world was very lush, producing nearly six times more vegetation than we see today.
Read the whole article by geologist Dr. Andrew Snelling to consider how lush vegatation might have covered up to 75 percent of the pre-Flood world.
The New Answers Book 3
Read more about the pre-Flood world, the shape of Noah's Ark, the extent of the Flood, fossils, how fish survived the Flood, and more.
Many chapters of this book are also available to read online.
"Feathered Dinosaur" Featured Long Tail Plumage, Evolutionists Say: Up, up, and away—this large, long-feathered microraptorine was equipped for fast flight, steep descent, and a controlled landing.
Archaeopteryx's Feathery Legs Fuel Flightless Evolutionary Claims: While there is nothing "transitional" about the feathers on Archaeopteryx, researchers claim new insight concerning the evolution of quill-like feathers.
Denisovan Gene Gave Tibetans Their High–Altitude Tolerance: Tibetan natives ability to tolerate high-altitude conditions is a genetic inheritance obtained from mixing with the long-extinct Denisovan people..
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This Week . . .
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