Your response was wrong.<quoted text>
The question was raised by your side that if there was a global flood 4500 years ago, why virually no salt content in the meteor crater lake? I answered the question.
I give as two examples of the error in your logic the Great Salt Lake in Utah, and the Dead Sea between Jordan, Israel and the West Bank (among others).
Both of the above lakes ONLY receive water now from fresh water sources and precipitation, but the salt that was in the seawater that once covered these areas is still there in the present bodies of water.
The salt REMAINS SUSPENDED in the water once introduced. The water in the lake may evaporate, and be replenished, but the salt remains after evaporation, and mixes with the fresh water that may replace it.