Lou F. Reyes
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Hydroplate Theory (HPT) links
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Howdy everyone,In this thread you will find different resources that help clarify the HPT as you dig to better understand it.I am putting them in order of relevance:1) Origin of Earth's radioactivity…Continue

Tags: Brown, Walt, Dr, HPT, Hydroplate Theory

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lou F. Reyes on Saturday.

Is 'subduction' occurring?
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As part of a separate post, the following conversation started (with response typed in blue) when relating to plate tectonics (and would also include catastrophic plate tectonics)... many of us have…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lou F. Reyes Aug 8, 2015.

 

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Lou F. Reyes replied to Bryan Brodess's discussion 'Earths catastrophic past (plate techtonics) vs Hydroplate theory'
"Howdy brother Jim. My bad, didn't meant to come across like that.  I will make sure and start a separate thread to address the evidence around my comment as suggested. In there, more than likely it will address the 'plate…"
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Lou F. Reyes replied to Justin Derby's discussion 'Responding to Daniel Bank's De-conversion From YEC'
"I think one key aspect is that due to some faulty models to help explain what we see in the natural world, one is left with 'no other alternative but become an OEC'. The Hydroplate Theory helps to boil down why it is that 'the rocks…"
Saturday
Lou F. Reyes replied to Lou F. Reyes's discussion 'Hydroplate Theory (HPT) links'
"Updates as of 2018 Here are really good HPT-related resources: 1) If you've ever wondered why rocks 'show millions of years' when being dated, take a look at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xq6kUbLzYCc 2) Here is a great overview of…"
Saturday
Lou F. Reyes replied to Bryan Brodess's discussion 'Earths catastrophic past (plate techtonics) vs Hydroplate theory'
"I think the biggest problem with the CPT is that it has several presuppositions (since it's mainly an evolutionary model that has been 'christianized') which inject notions that the Scripture doesn't point to (for example, Magma,…"
Saturday
Lou F. Reyes replied to Bryan Brodess's discussion 'Earths catastrophic past (plate techtonics) vs Hydroplate theory'
"Howdy brother.  Here is some great details about it - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4hhE6tzJR_c. ; Grace and peace to you."
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