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Forget about billions of years of soil accumulation!Where sediment is neither being collected nor eroded, soils necessarily take their mineral components from the underlying parent rock.Thus, topsoil does not accumulate like most sediment, by simply piling up.In the case of erosion, the topsoil, of course, is removed.Whatever damage is done to the clay by the few penetrating roots may, for all I know, be patched up by clay particles sifting down through the soil.
Do they really believe that we should wind up with x miles of topsoil (or some such nonsense) after billions of years?
Sudden changes in temperature will have a smaller effect on the deeper parent rock.
With the exception of the organic content, drawn mostly from the atmosphere, and the larger volume that broken rock takes up (which may raise the soil some distance above the original surface), in situ soils build .
This is usually the fate of every plot of land which remains above sea level long enough.
Large areas of Canada, for instance, have been eroded down to the Precambrian basement rock!
The geologic history of the strata making up the Grand Canyon is as much a history of erosion as it is of deposition!