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Good Old Noah.....Questions 13-15

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Posted by Sam Patterson on May 15, 2002 15:21:38 UTC

"13) Where did the water come from?..."

Here is an excellent short explaination:

If you really want to know in depth, read "The Genesis Flood" by John C. Whitcomb and Herny M. Morris.

"14) What about the sea organisms? In the Bible Noah only took the land organisms. How could sea life have survived the turmoil (fresh water mixing with salt water, 2/3 water to 1/3 dirt constitution, etc.) Almost ALL sea life would die outright."

Good question. Here is a answer: (I know this is about fish specifically but I think it applies in general)

"15) Species distribution. If all current life on earth spread from Mount Ararat 4000 years ago (which I assume is what you believe) we should expect to see a species distribution centered on Ararat. But we don't. Australia is a prime example: how did the kangaroos get there, but nowhere else? What, did they step off the Ark and say "Boy, this sure looks like a nice place to start a family. But.... no. Let's walk four thousand miles first, swim across the ocean, and have babies on the first island we find!"? How would you explain Kanagaroos, Kiwis, and Komodo dragons?"

This answers your question:

I think Alikar answered question 16 better than I could here:

By the way, here is a link to the answer about that nipple question:

That all of them. How about some more?

"That's all I have off the top of my head. If you can deal with over a third of these, I'll be impressed."

Impressed yet? If not, I'll keep trying!! KC2GWX 73's

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