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Posted by Aaron Viviano on October 18, 2002 03:22:11 UTC

I had a nice post before, but my internet gliched so here is the quicky.

Salt intake is 450 million tons a year, which means the oceans are only 42 million years old if you don't factor in the salt out take, what ever that is.

However the flood could put a lot of salt into the ocean. Not proven yet, but it could.

The flood waters mainly come from the "fountains of the deep" or under ground oceans. Yes that is scientific, many scientists have speculated there existance.

They were 20 feet higher than the the tallest mountain. What was the hight of the tallest mountian back then is unsure, since the flood changed things. You could if you wanted to just take Everest's hight and judge by that.

The whole world is covered. If it wasn't then Why didn't God just tell Noah to move? He had the time.

Oh it's 40 days and nights. Honest mistake.

-Aaron

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