rivers, and wind are dumping mud from the continents into the oceans at the
rate of 25 billion tons per year.
only way known to get much mud out of the oceans is by plate tectonic
subduction, seafloor sliding under continents. But the removal rate is too slow,
only about 1 billion tons per year.
| At those rates it would take only 12
million years to get the present amount of mud in the oceans.
these processes had really been going on for the 3 billion years
evolutionists allege, the seas would be chocked with dozens of kilometers of
summarize this dilemma ...