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The Rocks Don't Lie by David R. Montgomery
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Aug 26, 2012

it was amazing
bookshelves: science-general, best-life-changers
Read from August 21 to 26, 2012

Very very good, the depth of geological understanding shines through , gentle, readable, not condescending to fundamentalists, While steadily and solidly explains geology. Surprising in places, more evidence for various floods than I expected. some flood stories /myths probably founded on fact. the Noah world wide version completely refuted . Some moments of utter brilliance, comments about Mt Ararat built on / after the sedimentary rocks that were supposed to be laid down in Noah's flood are almost to funny. ie My Ararat itself refutes the Noah version. Would recommend this as the best book yet I have seen on counter Noah version flood.
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Colin Goudie Love to know if I should read this one

Peter sorry , just download ot, the reviews seem mostly good, some suggest he panders a tad to the creationists, not sure if he does, or if that is a bad thing. will read a chapter soon to get a feel ..

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