Someone made the charge that we're denying science. It looked like the knee-jerk reaction of someone with a progressive agenda, a scientifically illiterate science worshiper (SISW). We attempted to explain two things:
Uniformitarianism exists to support the time scale needed in the popular science narrative of godless existence (SciPop) but it's not a testable hypothesis, so it's not scientific.
If you use the Bible to deduce something and conclude that there needs to be something else in the Bible to confirm it, you search the Bible to find what you deduced was needed. If you find it, you're on the right track.
It's possible to be precise with the timing of the tectonic breakup of Pangaea. The time-lapse from Noah's flood to Peleg, and from Peleg to Abraham is recorded in Genesis 11:10-26.
There were no Chinese before Noah's flood, they're descended from one of the sons of Noah. Therefore there are no Chinese cultural records of the flood.
For generations the evolution crowd has used the quirky Australasian fauna to belittle Creationists. How, the rhetoric goes, did the Monotremes and Marsupials manage to swim to Australia after Noah's flood?
Another confirmation of the essential truth of Noah's flood and the effect it had on biodiversity is the distribution of freshwater fish and aquatic animal communities.
We (that's me and the Holy spirit) make a contextual connection between tehom and sheol because they're both used to refer to the underworld realm of the dead, also known as the grave.
An interesting question that scientists used to ponder but now generally ignore was, "Why are the oceans salty?"
Meso- means middle. Clearly something is different about Mesozoic sediment compared to Paleozoic and Cenozoic. Paleozoic was the deluge. Mesozoic was the period of time when the water remained high on the Earth.