Maybe there was no erosional action. Try raising water at the Biblical 40 day rate in a "gravelly" mix until overwhelmingly covered. Then cause the water to recede at the roughly one year rate, and let me know how disturbed the gravel gets.<quoted text>It doesn't need to shit for brains. If the surface was undisturbed by water before the alleged time of the flood and it is undisturbed after that time, then no flood. If there was a presence and erosional action of water it would show up. You can't accept reality and you haven't got anything to refute the data.
Suck on that.
Remember, just the possibility is sufficient ... for me that is, not apparently for you.