I was in the mood to learn about dinosaurs today.
This is a very scientific site. For example, when we learn how the dinosaurs became extinct, we need to reason on this:
The latest dinosaur extinction theory suggests that the earth was struck from space by a six-mile-wide meteorite (a comet or asteroid). Such a collision could have left a huge layer of dust in the atmosphere. The dust could have been enough to block out the sun's light for months and perhaps years. Because most plants need lots of sunlight, this would have destroyed many of them. The dinosaurs would have starved on a cold, darkened planet.
What is wrong with this theory?
If the meteorite collision really happened, why did other forms of life survive--including birds, small vertebrates (including mammals), big crocodiles, insects, flowering plants, freshwater plants and animals, various types of sea life, etc.?
So, the only LOGICAL answer is a flood... 'cause, after all, everyone knows that flowering plants, freshwater plants, sea life, etc. can all survive under water for a year (uh, without sunlight).