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Old 09-16-2021, 03:27 PM   #1
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I don't think Mount Ararat is that tall.
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Old 09-16-2021, 06:45 PM   #3
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I don't think Mount Ararat is that tall.
I think he's referring to Mt Everest. If the floods covered the Earth they'd have to top Mt Everest.

Dang! I guess I'm gonna burn now.
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Old 09-16-2021, 07:28 PM   #4
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I think he's referring to Mt Everest. If the floods covered the Earth they'd have to top Mt Everest.

Dang! I guess I'm gonna burn now.
I kinda figured that but thanks anyway.
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Well what was the tallest mountain before Everest was discovered?
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Well what was the tallest mountain before Everest was discovered?
Mount Everest was the highest on Earth. Oh, I know, you kinda figured that too.
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It is interesting to note that cultures all over the globe have a great flood event in their mythology. Before Moses (probably the 1st literate Hebrew IMO) put pen to paper, those stories must have been shared around many a campfire. I suppose his predecessor on his journey East was inspired by his Sumerian neighbors.

Lots of interesting finds under the relatively unexplored seafloor (Black and Mediterranean Seas, Western North America, under the Great Lakes, the Doggerland Bank). I suspect a common thread connects them all.

To comply with IRV2 guidelines, I'm speculating on this in a historical sense, not religious or political.
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It is interesting to note that cultures all over the globe have a great flood event in their mythology. Before Moses (probably the 1st literate Hebrew IMO) put pen to paper, those stories must have been shared around many a campfire. I suppose his predecessor on his journey East was inspired by his Sumerian neighbors.

Lots of interesting finds under the relatively unexplored seafloor (Black and Mediterranean Seas, Western North America, under the Great Lakes, the Doggerland Bank). I suspect a common thread connects them all.

To comply with IRV2 guidelines, I'm speculating on this in a historical sense, not religious or political.
Earth was flat back then too.
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"The earth was flat" Of course it was, that was why all the continents were just a single land mass.



There has been speculation that the earth's rotational access shifted to the angle it is on now, so the flood would have been a tidal wave, rather than just rain.
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There has been speculation that the earth's rotational access shifted to the angle it is on now, so the flood would have been a tidal wave, rather than just rain.
I've been fully aware, for a long time, that I'll be burning at the end of this ... anyway .

Can we factor in speculation , that more than once , in the long history of the planet , the magnetic core shifted and the earth's rotation reversed , that would add to the tidal wave ( tsunami, or whatever we're calling it this week) as the oceans would react slower to the rotational change than the land masses. .
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Earth was flat back then too.
If that were the case you'd think someone would have at least written back for the benefit of the rest of us.

The post office can't be that slow.
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That flat earth notion is simply not true. If it were true, cats would have pushed everything off it by now.
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That flat earth notion is simply not true. If it were true, cats would have pushed everything off it by now.
But what do you think is under all those mountains they left?
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