Although there are various suggestions as to how the Flood occurred, I believe that it is extremely likely that sea water would have covered vast areas of our continents some 10,000 to 15,000 years ago for a brief period, even if only 10 to 12 months.
Some 63 million years ago, a meteor strike left the K/T line of iridium marking the separation of the Cretaceous/Triassic periods.
There is evidence in Eastern Australia [from about 20 degrees South to 35 degrees South Latitude of marine sedimentation to quite high altitudes. This has been attributed to the result of a tsunami of some 500 years ago.
By the same logic, is it feasable to seek marine sediments at altitude which can be dated geologically as appropriate for the Flood period as evidential support for the Flood.
This may also lead to evidence to show the cause of the Flood.
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