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[On how, after the Flood, all those millions of animals returned back to their respective homes.]

He had 2 of every animal. That's a good question. However, I bet the oceans didn't appear until after the Flood. So they hopped, walked, crawled, or whatever they did. I think the oceans were created when the water came shooting from the crust.

GodsSamus, Christian Forums 16 Comments [7/22/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Crosis

Odd, you'd think someone this nutty would take Genesis at face value. But apparently he doesn't, as God separates the land and the sea during that first week!

(And that's ignoring the seventeen trillion other problems with his hypothesis.)

7/23/2005 6:56:21 AM

Norseman

I love this guy. It's such a stupid post that it makes my brain hurt. Yeah, they got there, died in the flood, and magically reappeared afterwards. Brilliant!

10/25/2005 6:52:08 AM

Darth Wang

So if there were no oceans before the flood, then what was it a flood of? Orange soda?

10/25/2005 5:53:12 PM

TheUnholyMint

...except God created land and water in Genesis.

2/17/2007 9:00:10 PM

BurntBush

At least it's imaginative.

2/17/2007 10:01:58 PM

Chaoschaos

Give this guy a break. You don't expect fundies to actually pay attention the the Bible, do you? If they glossed over Jesus' teachings they certainly didn't pay much attention to anything else.

2/17/2007 11:59:39 PM

Madame Scarlet

Not logically or even theologically sound. Try again.

2/18/2007 1:00:40 AM

Niali

What did everyone drink before the flood? :b

2/18/2007 2:09:03 AM

cyborgtroy

Flood.

Oceans form.

Waters drain away.

Since the oceans didn't form until a while ago, the animals can walk to their current habitats.

Modern timespace logic forms.

4/17/2008 1:12:42 PM

vaguelyhumanoid

Geology fail!

5/30/2010 3:33:38 PM

v200

If oceans weren't around before the flood how do we have fish?

8/2/2011 3:35:58 PM

J. James

Good luck getting to South America without dying horribly, snails!

The problem with this is invasive species and diseases. Look at what pigs, rats and cats did to New Zealand.

8/2/2011 3:46:44 PM

mefamwee

So 40 days and 40 nights of rain was enough to fill 75% of the Earth with water?

Fascinating..
[Obviously there are an innumerable of other flaws with this statement but they've been said already.]

8/2/2011 4:02:33 PM



The Middle East to Australia is still an awfully long way for a platypus to crawl.

And don’t even get me started on South American sloths. You ever see one of those try to move across the ground?

8/2/2011 4:04:12 PM

Anon2

@mefamwee:

Yep, not only that 40 days and nights of rain were allegedly enough to fill 75% of earth with water, no, it gets even better:

This would mean a rainstorm against which hurricane Katrina was a slight breeze in comparison. Any boat made of wood in the size of the ark would have survived perhaps 3 milliseconds before transformed into a mess of wooden smithereens and its crew and passengers drowning immediately.

8/2/2011 4:08:25 PM

Quantum Mechanic

"I bet the oceans didn't appear until after the Flood. "

Idiots seem to have appeared, that's for sure.

12/9/2012 3:56:17 PM
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