The fountains of the great deep burst open because the expansion of hell caused the waters of the great deep to heat up to boiling point where they were in contact with the core.
Continued Inundation of Low-lying Continents
"Continued inundation of low-lying continents?" That sounds like a world-wide flood. In fact, it's a way of saying world-wide flood without using the words world-wide flood. It's an ecosystem, not a period of time.
Diversification of Fishes
Billions of fish died during Noah's flood. Whole tribes were buried in sediment as it fell out of the sky. Wait, what? How does sediment fall out of the sky? Good question. We're going to have fun with that tomorrow.
Heterospory and the Seed Habit
"Heterospory and the seed habit" is scientific smoke and mirrors. It sounds technical, so most folk will probably assume that so long as someone else understands it, then everything's okay.
Diversification of Vascular Plants
"Diversification of vascular plants: all major groups except flowering plants present by end of Devonian". This demonstrates how inductive reasoning is used to account for evidence.
Extensive Inundation of Continents
As if "heavy rainfall and aridity" wasn't a clue, then what better description of a world-wide flood could there be than "extensive inundation of continents"? That's what happens in a world-wide flood.
Heavy Rainfall and Aridity
If the rocks of the Devonian tell a tale of the world being flooded and then drying out, why are we surprised?
Violent death fell from above and entombed millions of fish, entire schools, so quickly that they were preserved in a state of panic. Violent death fell from where, exactly?
"Heavy rainfall and aridity?" An ecosystem had 40 days and nights of rain, was buried in sediment, and what was left afterwards dried out. The Devonian is one of the biggest jokes in human history.
We're critical of the philosophical construction of the scientific method because it's been meticulously crafted to exclude any possibility that the truth can be either an acceptable premise, or a possible conclusion.