Now the flood was on the earth forty days. The waters increased and lifted up the ark, and it rose high above the earth.(Genesis 7:17) NKJV
Scientists disguise the evidence of a worldwide flood by using jargon which is something other than a worldwide flood, but this one is a dead giveaway. “Heavy rainfall.” How heavy? 40 days and nights to be exact.
Some things are so obvious that they can’t be disguised as anything else. Usually Paleodoublespeak is used, this time there’s no reason to.
|Reality – Light and Truth||Darkness and Evil – Paleoenvironment|
|World-wide flood||Continued inundation of low-lying continents|
|Continued inundation of embayments and synclines|
|Extensive inundation of continents|
|Heavy rainfall and aridity|
|Low lying continents with some epicontinental flooding|
|Warm, epicontinental seas|
Geological periods and epochs may be described as warm, mild, equable, uniform, temperate or tropical as a way to acknowledge the chain of causality involved in the deposition of fossils.
“Climate warm and equable” or a variation of it, is a microcosm of circular reasoning that tells us that increased precipitation was necessary to deposit sediment. Increased precipitation is science jargon for heavy rain. Like, 40 days and nights of heavy rain.
Erosion happens as the result of precipitation and flooding. “Warm and equable” is a way of implying that warm temperatures caused increased evaporation from the oceans. Increased evaporation led to increased precipitation. Increased precipitation was necessary for sediment to be eroded, transported and deposited.
Large deposits of sediment are deposited in large bodies of water. The sediment has to come from somewhere and it has to be transported, so it takes a major erosion event to move enough material around to account for the amount of sediment that’s deposited.
The fall of man caused nuclear decay to begin. The core of the Earth melted and global warming began. The surface of the Earth may not have been affected immediately, but the expansion of hell caused the waters of the great deep to warm up. The climate on the Earth’s surface would have changed from mild to warm, maybe even hot.