How is there so much chalk?
If chalk is sedimentary deposits how can chalk be formed in such massive layers with little or no debris mixed in?
How can chalk be sedimentary deposit over such large distances when currents, topography, depth, life in each area must be so different?
Why can chalk be found between such different strata?
Why is chalk associated with flint?
Could water be transmuted/converted into calcium and this is why it is found in such layers, with fossils found in situ?
Could the microscopic animals that are found in chalk be created natural as the chalk is transformed?