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Please feel free to delete this message from your user-talk page after viewing... Ashcraft - (talk) 19:49, 27 February 2010 (UTC)

Theory of evolution

Your edit concerning the viewing of fossils on display and what is "logical to suppose" is not in keeping with the creationist point of view. We require all editors to observe this creationist point of view.

In fact, the "logic" by which anyone can "suppose" that fossils that are grouped together, descended from the same ancestor, makes a number of assumptions, none of which are safe. During the global flood, billions of animals were suddenly buried under miles of limestone and other sediments that the escaping subcrustal ocean dredged up. (See Hydroplate theory). These sediments were subject to hydrological sorting during deposition and during an episode of massive liquefaction when the hydroplates crushed themselves after meeting resistance after falling away from the present Mid-Atlantic Ridge. The animal carcasses sorted themselves with these sediments, and these are the fossils of today.

I offer the above for the same reason that I would offer it to anyone who has difficulty un-learning a lifetime of false lessons about the earth, its history, and above all its age. But to address the point of your future with CreationWiki: You will need to declare your viewpoint now, and the best place to do that is on my talk page, which I watch all the time. (We don't like to watch each other's talk pages forever; instead we leave messages on one another's talk pages, which each user automatically watches.) Now if you aren't a creationist, then you're welcome to comment on articles, images, and essays, so long as you restrict yourself to Talk namespaces only (Talk, User talk, Project talk, File talk, Essay talk, Portal talk, or any other kind of "talk"). Only take heed: if you are not willing to abide by this rule, and if you continue to publish non-creationist remarks on article, or if during my watch of various articles or by a spot-check of unwatched articles or your contributions I find that you are so acting, you will then stand in violation of administrative discipline, and I shall have to block your account.

If, on the other hand, you wish to maintain that you are a creationist, then you must explain your reasoning. Perhaps you are what is known as an old earth creationist, in which case you should feel free to explain, on the talk page of that linked article, what an old earth creationist is, and whether our article on that school of thought is in any way in error. For your information, we are young earth creationists, and we believe we have a wealth of evidence to support our contention that this earth, the solar system, and indeed the universe are all quite young—by earth clocks, in any case.

In Him,

--TemlakosTalk 11:05, 2 March 2010 (UTC) Sysop