If so, ICANT's view of the FLUD is irrelevant - unless the waters were still as glass for the entire voyage (in which case, how did the Ark move and wind up on a mountain, since that would preclude any current or even any wind), the Ark would have sunk.
(1) The viscosity of water could have been different at the time. It could have been high enough that it acted very closely to solid matter.
(2) The pressure from the fountains of the deep could have been great enough that it raised certain sections of the land creating mountains and hills. In other words, the mountains of ararat could have been formed from right underneath the ark.
I agree with pandion. I, too, have tried to explain the heating of the atmosphere due to condensation and water dropping down to creationists. I gave up years ago because I finally realized there was just no way creationists would understand it.