A corollary is a statement that follows readily from a previous statement.
The Pangaea super-continent was broken into continental landmasses sometime after the tower of Babel. People and fauna were dispersed to all corners of Pangaea and then the tectonic plates formed.
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?
Animals spread out from the site of Noah's ark, and people spread out from Babel. Something then caused tectonic plates to form, Pangaea broke apart, and the continents moved into their present locations.
How do we account for fossils when the fossils are older than the geographic features that they’re part of? “Marked world-wide continental uplifts and a major orogeny resulting in the rise of the Alps.“
A problem in creationism is: what caused the breakup of Pangaea and the formation of tectonic plates? Was it the waters of Noah's flood or an extra-terrestrial impact? We say neither.
Current biodiversity on Earth is the result of evolution, and its distribution is the result of plate tectonics. These combine into Hypothesis 35 as we go from Noah to Peleg, and then from Peleg to Abraham.
The fire kindled in the lowest hell consumed the core of the Earth. The core melted completely so that the pillars of the Earth lost their base of support. The mantle collapsed.
I had a tweet that asked the question: Why is the interior of the Earth hot? This started a conversation that revealed what we really know about the interior of the Earth. It started like this: