In a nearly identical manner, Google Earth reveals submerged topography that could not be observed until the last ten years or so. This new data caused me to question a fundamental scientific belief, the idea that there was never a worldwide flood catastrophe, and what I’ve identified is indisputable: two-hundred years ago, geologists blundered when they concluded that there was never a worldwide flood.
Along with other map information and recent findings, there is no doubt: a cosmic impact roughly 13,000 years ago delivered a nearly unfathomable amount of water that forever - and irreversibly - changed the planet. We are a surviving species, but we are ill-adapted to the post-flood ecosystem. In this context: the entirety of the post-flood human endeavor has been directed toward surviving as a species.
And we are oblivious to it, all because of geology’s fundamental, historic error.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 04-Oct-17 09:58 by Michael Jaye.