I'm not here for proper debate. I'm here to provide and join in analysis of info.<quoted text>
I will pose questions as I like or prefer.
I especially do not need YOUR renditions of the "ongoing context".
I do not need to refer to M&M since you are using the arguments too.
If I feel some need to consult M&M, don't worry, I will.
As YOU are using the arguments too, I ask YOU.
ALWAYS do we need to keep you on track of PROPER debate.
So as you don't seem to agree with M&M that there was no water climbing the Pingualuit crater's outer slope, there could be no flood because a flood entering the crater's area will cause flood water climbing the outer slopes, isn't it?
Hence, once more: no global flood.
That comes when you hide away behind others.
Of course the ice ages were prior to the basin-scale slide, because the land slide, according to the relevant geological studies I provided and which you didn't read, is caused by glacio-isostatic rebound. And a rebound is, as the words already indicates, always AFTERWARDS.
Now could you AT LEAST and after all these oblivious post, tell us at long last WHAT relevant evidence you have of a WORLDWIDE flood at the Pingualuit crater.
I haven't seen ANYTHING YET.
For how long after de-glaciation could tremors be attributed to rebound?