How Old Is The Burgess Shale?

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How old is the burgess shale? Vance Nelson made a trip to the famous Walcott Quarry excavation of the Burgess shale in the Canadian Rockies which helps provide an answer evolutionists won’t like. Vance reports the fossil containing rocks at the quarry were listed as “505 Million Years Old”; but at the visitors’ centre the same fossils were listed as “515 MYO” inside the centre, and “530 MYO” outside the centre! Vance says he didn’t realise he was walking soooo slowly.

Evidence News 8 February 2012

 

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