But nothing's perfect and this morning I found myself tempted to answer something. I do know better now, I know I can't just get away with simply answering it, I'll be drawn into a round of escalating misrepresentsations that I feel obliged to deal with, having already given in to the initial temptation. So the only solution seems to be to answer it here:
It's a very simple misrepresentation concerning the use of evidence that I should be able to answer very briefly:
About Earth's history Faith likes to call geological strata "stacks of rocks" as if they contain no evidence of time and process, ... "Evidence? What evidence?Not exactly. I find evidence in the rocks and have described it many times, even evidence of "time and process": it is evidence of rapid deposition, seen in the tight straight lines between layers, lack of the sort of erosion that would be expected from millions of years of exposure, either marine or aerial; also seen in the different sediments that frequently characterize separate layers; just to name a few. It is also evidence of process: rapid deposition by water: that's the only process that could account for those tight straight lines and the clear demarcation between layers and different sediments. I also find evidence in the many cross sections constructed of various stacks of rocks, that give away such things as that whole blocks of layers are all bent together in a particular direction which demonstrates that they were all malleable, still soft, which contradicts any idea that they were laid down and lithified into rock millions of years apart. This is shown in places where the rocks curve as a unit, also in places where faults have displaced sections of strata. Also the utter lack of the sort of erosion consistent with exposure as mentioned above.
There's plenty more and I may come back to add to the above.
So it's simply not so that I ignore evidence. I'm sure that every thread I've started on the subject of the strata is aimed to demonstrate the interpretation of a particular bit of evidence in favor of rapid deposition and against the idea of millions of years of time per formation.