Tropical Arctic was last in the Jurassic period, about 65 million years before people. Noah could not have existed then. Donít even try to use paleontology to say anything at all about human history and donít even try archeology prior to about ten thousand years ago.<quoted text>
I'm not sure what state of matter the water canopy was. The earth was in the water and out of the water so the climate was much milder and consistent. Almost like a large climate controlled biosphere. The evidence is in the fossil record. Tropical type plants of extraordinary size found all over the planet, including the artic regions. Higher percentages of oxygen are found in the lower rock layers also.
Dinosaurs nostrils are too small to allow them to live on earth today because of the lack of atmospheric pressure that was present when the water canopy was in place. Many other things, but I have to go to work. Have a good day.
Nostrils are cartilaginous and ectodermal, not bony. NOBODY knows how big their nostrils were. They can guess about the bony portions of cranial sinuses, but not the soft tissues.
If there was a lack of atmospheric pressure, your so called water canopy would collapse.
Sheebus! Read some science will you!
Where TF did you go to school?