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Who Says It Was Salt Water?

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Posted by Aaron Viviano on October 2, 2002 01:17:28 UTC

"Many of these species (vertebrates, plants, insects) would not survive a world covered by salt water for over a year"

But they would surive fresh water. In the Creation model the oceans were all fresh before the flood, or fresh enough as to where fresh water fish could tolerate it. Also there really is no such thing as a fresh water or salt water fish. If one slowly changes the amount of salt water for a freshwater fish, then generations latter those same fish could survive in salt water just as salty as the oceans.

Here look just take the amount of salt entering into the ocean and you will find that it can easily acumilate to current levels in a few thousand years.

I will like to here your arguments, so I'll wait here.


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