Re: The point is not whether God is behind it but whether it is miraculous
So you're saying it just coincidentally rained at the exact time your god got pissed off? Because it either happened naturally, according to physical laws, or by a violation of natural processes. I don't see any coherent middle ground there.
"Sorting fossils in water' is not something I've ever said.
...and that, if it were true, would just exacerbate the problem. Issues like the ones JonF raised are observable in the real world. You seem to follow a consistent pattern of segregating factoids from their real world context and then attempting to explain them with ad hoc rationalizations. This has led to your failure to present any coherent explanation of how your proposed flood would work when all available observations are considered at the same time.
It's easy to make up hypotheses when you don't let all those other facts intrude. But, as you said earlier:
It rapidly gets too complex and requires an enormous amount of time...
Yes. Yes it does. That is why current theory has required hundreds of years and the life-work of thousands of dedicated people to develop. How on earth do you see this reality, which you just acknowledged, as supporting your ad hoc "I don't want to talk about all that other stuff right now" style of argument?