Typical birfoon, when confronted with facts and evidence, his non-rebuttal is "go look it up." The impotent little twerp folds when his cards are called.<quoted text>
Actually there is. Look it up. Read about it. What's with all the name calling this morning? Surely, you got your fill yesterday? No? In Geological terms you don't know what you're talking about.
There is no evidence for the biblical rains that allegedly caused immersion of the entire effing world and destruction of all creatures save for those collected by Noah on his warp speed yacht.
Not only is there no evidence for such a flood, it could not have possibly happened. Again, have you ever heard of the water cycle? Where did all that water come from to immerse the earth, and where did it go? God had a great big celestial fire hose and wet vac?
When you find the link to the wet vac, let me know, OK?
No there isn't. There is evidence that before mountains rose they were part of the sea floor of ancient oceans. That's not a flood, Bozo. It was not possible for flood waters due to rain (per the bible account) to submerge the entire earth. Have you ever heard of the water cycle? Unless God created rain from nothing, flooded the earth and then sucked it up with a giant wet vac, the great flood myth is just that -- a myth. It is estimated that the total water in the world's oceans is about 1.3 x 10^9 km^3.(That's 1.3 billion cubic meters for the scientifically illiterate.) The atmospheric water is about 12900 km^3 (about 0.001%). This means, Bozo, that if one part of the earth is gaining water, another part is losing water. Sea shells in the mountains is not evidence of a great flood, but rather of a great swamp, between the ears of biblical literalists.