If sediments have been accumulating on the seafloor for over three billion years based on naturalistic processes then the seafloor should be choked with sediments many miles deep but this is not what empirical evidence indicates.
We observe each year wind and weather erosion dumping approximately 20 billion tons of debris from the continents onto the seafloor. Most of this material accumulates as loose sediments near the continents. Yet the average thickness of all these sediments globally over the whole seafloor is not even 1,300 feet. Areas that had potentially massive water run offs such as deltas are the exception to these low sediments evidence.
Low sediments are evidence of a young earth.
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