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[On the animals getting back home after the flood]

Also after the flood and especially during the subsequent ice age there were many natural land bridges available so there would not neccessarily have been much swimming involved, and of course different animals have in the past been rafted from one location to another on mats of floating vegetation, of which there would have been an abundance after the flood.

kron, Debating Christianity 5 Comments [8/30/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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TheGrappler

It has been theorized, by creationists, that floating vegetation mats were possible, but for insects, not Koala bears!
Have you ever considered continental drift as a possibility?

8/30/2005 11:07:54 PM

Spaz

They should just admit it, they got there by magic, everything's fucking magic, the ark, the flood, the animals, and it just has never happened again and nobody noticed it that time because that's what god wanted.

And to TheGrappler, Those are some fast continents then, but I guess if they say there was hyper-microevolution, then they can accept hyper-plate tectonics as well.

8/31/2005 2:47:41 AM

Redhunter

OF COURSE, everybody knows about the abundant rafts of floating vegitation, the ones that god programmed to ferry polar bears north, penguins south, and silverback gorillas out east. Those gorillas would've had a hell of time getting home if it wasn't for the ice bridge to China.

You're not so much debating christianity, as defacing it.

12/20/2006 10:53:44 AM

Allegory for Jesus

Ummm...so there was an Ice Age that followed the flood 5000 years ago? You'd think that we'd have some fucking evidence for all of this, no?

Oh, and drifting vegetable islands = retarded on innumerable levels.

10/2/2010 6:36:48 PM

Justanotheratheist

Another pathetic attempt to explain the impossible. Give it up already. Every time you guys manage to sound dumber than the last time.

Floating vegenation indeed.

10/2/2010 10:44:57 PM
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