Non-starter loser. Your proof of the great flood was from an argument for a young earth. So actually, you opened the door, numskull.<quoted text>
May I remind you that we were not discussing the age of the Earth? Again, you're geologically challenged and that's ok. No one is perfect. There's just so much anger and hatred in your posts, why?
Really? When presented with molecular genetic evidence Mr. Great Flood Geology said, "many scientists are mad", implying that the molecular geneticists of the world are mad.
Twerp: "Now, look back at my posts, you'll find no mention of Noah, animals or genetics."
But the first sentence of the claptrap site he posted a link to says:
"Let's not kid ourselves. What this is all about is whether or not the Old Testament book of Genesis (along with the rest of the Old Testament, and the New Testament) is an accurate account of what happened around 4600 years ago with regard to a worldwide flood, and about 6000 years ago, with regard to Creation itself."
Now where did all that water come from? Did the pseudoscientists at earthage.org think the rains came from a celestial fire hose? Was it removed with a celestial wet vac? There was simply not enough water or ice on earth capable of immersing the entire earth 4-5 thousand years ago. Couldn't happen. Non-starter.
The evidence from every relevant branch of science to the issue of the age of the earth conflicts with young earth childishness. It's a joke.