Topic: Poly Stratic Trees : Explained by Mount Saint Helens

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Poly Stratic Trees : Explained by Mount Saint Helens

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Then, of course, there is the ever Popular (poplar - get it?) Poly Stratic Trees : 
 


Polystratic trees are fossil trees that extend through several "strata" of rock, sometimes penetrating 20 feet deep. According to evolutionists, a 20 foot deposit of rock would take place slowly and uniformly, over a great many years. However, the tops of such tree trunks would have decayed long before the new rock layers had a chance to surround them. At Katherine Hill Bay, Australia, a fossilized tree can be seen extending over twelve feet, through several sedimentary layers. This tree is testimony to the catastrophic and rapid burial that must have taken place.

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