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Author Topic:   Where Did The (Great Flood) Water Come From And Where Did It Go?
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Message 42 of 432 (642968)
12-03-2011 10:11 AM
Reply to: Message 41 by frako
12-03-2011 6:44 AM

Re: It's your model!
Hey Frako,
I expect to see your post quote mined in future creationist debates.
something like this -
LUV4God says -
I know the flood happened. And the scientists know it to. I have been reading from a peer reviewed science website (EvC forum) and a European in the field of science has been researching the flood. How excited was I when he announced that he had solved the mystery. The scientist said he had "a working model of the flood" that showed that "if the sea floors where at 0 elevation the watter would cover everything to a hight of 2,6 kilometers." He went on to explain "The earths core is heating up the material inside the earth causing flows that push the earths crust in an outward direction from the center kind of the same way the sun dose it when it goes red giant. " God could certainly do this. And who knows, maybe these were the conditions back then, after all, we know that light travelled at different speeds long ago. The scientist went on to say "the hot flowing material pushes against the crust would be lower causing the earth to "shrink" a bit unleashing devastating cunamies and floods, raising and lowering of land, that could be described as a worldwide flood." Science supports the flood of Noah and they ahve been able to explain exactly how it was done. TAKE THAT ATHIESTS!

I could agree with you, but then we would both be wrong
Butterfly, AKA, mallethead - Dawn Bertot
"Superstitions and nonsense from the past should not prevent us from making progress. If we hold ourselves back, we admit that our fears are more powerful than our abilities." Hunters of Dune Herbert & Anderson
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