There is nothing supernatural stated or implied in the Biblical account of the physical phenomena involving the Flood. What is described is presented as physical phenomena that happen to be different from the current situation, physical and natural nevertheless. What the "fountains of the deep" means is not at all clear to me, and possibly nobody who has interpreted it gets it right, but nevertheless it is presented as natural and physical and not supernatural.
That is correct and should be one big reason to discount the Biblical Flood stories as being factual.
"Data that supports the flood." Oh yawn, this gets tedious. Bazillions of fossils are, ya know, VERY consistent with the idea of a worldwide Flood that killed, ya know, bazillions of living things [abe: And buried them en masse under conditions ideal for fossilization too, wetness and pressure. /abe]. Yeah you can interpret them in a different way but just on the face of it they are fantasic evidence for such an event. Yawn, sigh. And the strata themselves, those different kinds of sediments laid down one on top of another, are awfully like something that water does with sediments, ya know, yawn, sigh. And the idea of "oceans" of water in any form at all sure does suggest,-- suggest mind you, only "suggest" -- oceans of water that once were. Sigh. Yawn. Hiccup.
It does not matter how many times you repeat a falsehood, it is still false.
In fact, the ordering of those fossils and the reality of the geology totally disprove there was ever a natural event like Biblical Floods as every honest scientist for the last 100 to 150 years knows.
You can keep repeating falsehoods but until you can present the natural mechanisms that explain the data seen you are just plain wrong.
Edited by jar, : exp0lain ---> explain
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