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Wow, further proof that truth doesn't matter to Dave any longer, if it ever did.
Dave's abandoned blog still has the broken link to his E-book, the Karl Popper post that he agreed was misleading and agreed to change (but did not) and hilariously enough, in the sidebar "How to Convince A Skeptic That God Exists" and Dave's big book of advice for quoteminers: More Useful Quotes for Creationists.

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Never mind for now the impossibility of getting a sandstone like what we actually have in a stupid placid sea over millions of years ... never mind that for now ...

What I wanna know now is ... how the hell are they not all one damn unit?

As ICR asserts that they are.
So you're saying that if the geology is as ICR asserts, that would be exactly what you'd expect if the standard geological history is correct.

I don't think you've thought this through.
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Ignorance:  "I don't understand why they're not all the same formation, but then I haven't read so much as an introductory text in geology"

Militant Ignorance: "They're all the same frigging formation!!1!"
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Littering his posts with 'friggin's and over-the-top ALL-CAPS expressions of incredulity are unmistakable clues that Hawkins is just doiing his well-rehearsed Stupid Dance and has no interest in actually learning anything.

Yeah. But this was just so fractally stupid:

Now we've been talking about how all these various provincial sandstones have all these different names and Godfrey is telling his tall tale about "basins" lol ...

But tell me ... if what you see in that third picture lasted 10 million years or more ...

HOW THE HELL

Are all these sandstones NOT a single enormous unit.

???

The whole friggin area is under friggin water for frigging 10 million years!!!

He's fundamentally (in at least two senses of the word) unable to either observe or understand after observing everyday physical phenomena that most people, including people who've never cracked a geology book, can observe and make common sense of in terms of effects over time. It's a great big, probably self-inflicted, blind spot in the way he interacts with the world.
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Wow.  The best "science" anyone could come up with to refute my point is a cheap propaganda video.

So, where DO you find sand, Dave? Most commonly?  Have a think.
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Now we've been talking about how all these various provincial sandstones have all these different names and Godfrey is telling his tall tale about "basins" lol ...

But tell me ... if what you see in that third picture lasted 10 million years or more ...

HOW THE HELL

Are all these sandstones NOT a single enormous unit.

???

The whole friggin area is under friggin water for frigging 10 million years!!!
See how you have a shallow sea on one side of the land, and then a shallow sea on the other? Those are really clearly two separate basins. And even within the seas there will be different depositional environments, and areas of deeper water separated by rises, that create different depositional basins.

Also what do you think those maps are based on Dave?
They are NOT separate.  They are connected.  And anyway at most there's two basins.  Which are connected.  Not 10 or 12 as one would think from all the different names given to the same frigging sandstone! 
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You think you made a "point" ?
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Wow.  The best "science" anyone could come up with to refute my point is a cheap propaganda video.
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We will find graves
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Littering his posts with 'friggin's and over-the-top ALL-CAPS expressions of incredulity are unmistakable clues that Hawkins is just doiing his well-rehearsed Stupid Dance and has no interest in actually learning anything.

Yeah. But this was just so fractally stupid:

Now we've been talking about how all these various provincial sandstones have all these different names and Godfrey is telling his tall tale about "basins" lol ...

But tell me ... if what you see in that third picture lasted 10 million years or more ...

HOW THE HELL

Are all these sandstones NOT a single enormous unit.

???

The whole friggin area is under friggin water for frigging 10 million years!!!