Questions about the Flood for Brother Jeramy

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  • Simon

    The best disproof of the flood myth for me are the many thousands of layers of ice identifiable in cores taken from the poles.

    Ice floats. There simply hasn't been enough time for it to build up that many layers ('cause they are like tree rings - one per season).

    And creationists can't claim it existed before the flood because ... well, the atmosphere was supposedly different.

    Religiots, they are fun to play with. I think there is a creationist museum someplace in Alberta - I need to go for a visit so I can laugh and ridicule the whole way round.

    UPDATE: I thought it was bigger but if anyone doubts the flood is real they should checkout:

    For some reason, the deluded righteous always seem to use neon text and every font size possible. What further proof is necessary that it is THE TRUTH?!?!

    Ok, sarcasm off. The irony is that they are not far from the Royal Tyrell Museum in Drumheller which is an insanely awesome place to visit "for all things dinosaur". Check it out:

    No mockups of bible wielding neanderthals riding T-Rexes or saber-tooth tigers there.

  • Finkelstein

    Yes Simon recent ice core findings in the Arctic have been dated back as far as 650,000 years.

    a little farther back than the supposed flood of Noah.

  • truthseeker100
    Simon everyone including brother Jeremy has the right to believe what they want. It would be fun though to go to that museum in Alberta just to observe and ask questions of the people who run it.
  • truthseeker100
    Maybe we could have an episode of Canadian Pickers on it. LOL
  • SimonSays

    Ask a simple question. Now who are you taking about in the flood, Noah or God? Hmmm

    Let me think. Apples and Oranges, what to do, what to do. THE BALANCE OF CHRISTENDOM is dependent in this decision.

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  • wizzstick

    Only one one scientist predicted actual rounded boulders as likely: Walt Brown. 13 years ago. Laugh all you want, his crazy theory is being confirmed constantly. He's made around 40 predictions. 5 are confirmed, the rest pending. And yet, he's just a dumb young earth creationist.

    Sounds good to me!

    Walter Brown's "Hydroplate" Flood Model Doesn't Hold Water

    Oh wait...

  • freemindfade
    How can anyone say this brown guy has half a brain when part of his theory is that this is also where the astroids and comets come from...really???? I feel like I'm taking crazy pills! Wake up!!
  • Floodguy

    I heard a saying recently. It went something like;

    "if everyone is against you, you are very wrong, or very right."

    The amount of crap heaped onto creationists was a tip off to me that they just might be onto something. Walt Brown especially.

    Do yourselves a favour and try to develop enough humility to make a serious investigation, without rushing to latch onto the first naysayers complaint as legitimate.

    Before you laugh at the theory, try to understand the current theories as to the development of asteroids and comets. If they they truly stand up as logical and easily understood, then it's you who are delusional.

    You know what they say about throwing pearls. I'm done.

  • _Morpheus
    You know flood guy, we were doscussing the flat earth society on another thread... Those two theorys go hand in hand i imagine! So mich easier to fill a box than engluf a globe....

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