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#24 - daniboyi ONLINE (05/11/2013) [-]
And by that single post the tale of Noah's ark was proven wrong.
#225 to #24 - anon (05/12/2013) [-]
The story might not be true but ocean levels have been much higher in the distant past
User avatar #188 to #24 - zukowashere (05/12/2013) [-]
Doesn't it mention the fountains of the deep opening up? That's where the water came from, that split apart Pangaea while also changing earth's climate enough to make life for large reptiles difficult, thus the dinosaurs became extinct.

At least that's how I try to infuse religion with science.
#92 to #24 - anon (05/12/2013) [-]
The story involves God, who is capable of altering reality because he created it. So he could of gotten the water from anywhere, but some theorize that certain verses indicate a layer of water floating above the Earth before the flood, which could have different ramifications for the amount of rays from the sun and humidity, and if God brought down said layer of water, the climate would change, possibly explaining the disappearance of the dinosaurs. Bam, religion'd!
User avatar #161 to #92 - tomorrowsnightmare (05/12/2013) [-]
Layer of water?
User avatar #191 to #161 - jasoncreed (05/12/2013) [-]
Religion'd? That explanation was stupid as potato.
#277 to #191 - anon (05/12/2013) [-]
Think of it like this:
Before Noah the earth was very humid, which allowed dinosaurs and giant insects to exist. All of the water came from the humid air condensing. This explains why there are deserts today. Also, melting of the ice caps played a role.
#75 to #24 - fargone (05/12/2013) [-]
Cool picture.
Cool picture.
#37 to #24 - wamegor ONLINE (05/11/2013) [-]
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User avatar #35 to #33 - daniboyi ONLINE (05/11/2013) [-]
Maybe the ship existed, but the rain for 40 days and the flood?
#185 to #35 - anon (05/12/2013) [-]
Fossils and science-based evidence actually shows that there was some sort of wide scale flood in the past. One common theory is that reserves of water under land masses suddenly erupted and large pools of water were forced out which took a long to to dissipate over the land. Unfortunately I am anon and will not ever see your response so I hope this helps you more than hurts you in your thought process.
User avatar #216 to #185 - marinepenguin (05/12/2013) [-]
I always assumed it was from the ice caps melting after the last ice age. The sea levels rose several hundred feet in a few centuries.
User avatar #245 to #216 - vigilum (05/12/2013) [-]
I feel pretty sure that everything they have are hypotheses.
The melting of ice caps is one of those, and there's a few more.
User avatar #280 to #245 - marinepenguin (05/12/2013) [-]
I know there are several, but that's the one I've always found to be the most valid in my opinion.
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