Fossils don't form over millions of years.
- Fossils are the remains (or impressions) of previously living things, preserved in rock.
- Fossils are generally found in sedimentary rocks.
- The soft tissue of most living things, decomposes quickly after death.
- There are many fossils of soft-bodied creatures, e.g. jellyfish.
Q1: How could jellyfish fossils form over millions of years, when dead jellyfish melt away within days?
Q2: How long does it take sedimentary rock to form?
- As dead jellyfish melt away within a few days, the fossilization process must happen very quickly by rapid burial in sediment.
- For soft tissue features to be preserved in the rock, the sediment must have hardened quickly before the living thing decayed.
- Look closely at the second fish fossil. It shows the larger fish, eating a smaller fish. This could not happen over a slow process of millions of years.
- Given the right ingredients and conditions, rocks can form within one day - e.g. concrete. Just add water.
- Three quarters of the earth's continental surface, is made of sedimentary rock - i.e. formed in water.
- Evolutionsts use fossils to "date" rocks, and rocks to "date" fossils - circular logic.
- They insist rocks are millions of years old, despite all the evidence to the contrary.
Solution: Fossils are formed by rapid burial in sediment - not slowly over millions of years.