Quote# 53605

If you want to go with a theory that places emphasis on the ocean overrunning the land (and less emphasis on it raining), then I propose this scenario:

That God could have simply (but gently) squeezed the sides of the earth, and the water would then do its thing.

Remember that at the time of the Flood, the earth had one giant supercontinent on it --- some call it Pangaea, I call it Eden.

However you look it, one thing is for certain --- God did it.

AV1611VET, Christian Forums 63 Comments [12/5/2008 5:26:32 PM]
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I thought Poe, but this is AV1611VET, so the stupid is confirmed

12/5/2008 5:28:33 PM


The ignorance! IT BURNS!!!!

12/5/2008 5:28:39 PM


God did it.

This sums up every religious answer to every scientific question since the beginning of time. This is also why religion and science are mutually exclusive.

12/5/2008 5:28:51 PM


So... when Adam and Eve got sent out of Eden, where did they go? There were no other land masses.

12/5/2008 5:29:17 PM


And you got all that from the bible?

12/5/2008 5:52:14 PM

Um... there is no way that the land masses would've shifted from Pangea to what it is now in a few thousand years.

12/5/2008 5:56:46 PM

Princess Rot

Behold, the Creator didst gently squeeze the recalcitrant sphere into a more aesthetically-pleasing disc, and lo, all the waters of heaven puddled into the Circle Sea, and the land split into the four continents, never to be together again.

Thus the Roundworld did become the Discworld.

12/5/2008 6:00:12 PM


AV is still posting?

12/5/2008 6:01:00 PM



12/5/2008 6:02:20 PM


Describe the mechanism [goddidit] and process [goddidit], please. While you're at it, the timeframe [goddidit] and rationale [goddidit] as well, OK?

12/5/2008 6:08:24 PM



12/5/2008 6:09:50 PM

Mr. Creazil

Funniest thing I've heard today.

12/5/2008 6:14:00 PM


You've got to go a bit further back than 6 -10 thousand years ago if you're going to use Pangaea in your flood explanation.

12/5/2008 6:20:41 PM


That God could have simply (but gently) squeezed the sides of the earth...

So, if you can just find Jehovah's fingerprints on the sides of our planet we'll have undeniable proof of His existence. What are you waiting for?

12/5/2008 6:22:34 PM

Ronni Bom

Goddidit... goddidit... goddidit..

12/5/2008 6:25:25 PM

Chris S

AV1611VET should be a simple Poe, but his 320,000+ post count says otherwise, so I just don't know...

12/5/2008 6:28:16 PM

Mister Spak

Or god could have just dunked the earth in a really big bucket of water.

12/5/2008 6:43:29 PM


AV1611, you rule! You are in a special class with Lonewolf, Norrin Radd, and David J. Stewart.

Thanks for showing the depths of your stupidity time and time again.

12/5/2008 6:45:15 PM

Deep Search

This guy just gets crazier and crazier. The flood happened on the continent of Pangea, now?

So... God hugged the world and killed a bunch of people? Truly an awesome God, indeed.

12/5/2008 6:45:36 PM


Wow! I laughed so hard I'm crying. Even if it is a Poe, pretty funny.

12/5/2008 6:56:34 PM

Well, he got the last part right, but we prefer the version without spaces:


12/5/2008 7:01:35 PM

Philbert McAdamia

So that's where all the water went after the flood -- god wrung it out.

12/5/2008 7:04:47 PM



there's been more than one supercontinent.

12/5/2008 7:04:50 PM

Thinking Allowed

That God could have simply (but gently) squeezed the sides of the earth, and the water would then do its thing.

Good one AV16!!!

12/5/2008 7:11:27 PM


Actually, I think the only certain thing here is that you're a fucking idiot.

12/5/2008 7:13:47 PM

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