Axiom I is "The Universe is Made From the Components of Water." We can deduce Principle I from the following physical evidence, empirical observations or established theories which are part of Axiom I.
A Flaw in Our Understanding of the Core
New research has uncovered a flaw in our understanding of the core — specifically, about the manner in which heat energy flows from the core and through the overlying mantle. The core is younger than the rest of the planet.
A second famine caused Isaac and Rebekah to go Gerar. This is another example, similar to Abraham and Sarah going to Egypt, of making a bad decision rather than trusting the Lord.
Creationism #EpicFail 2
The Bible is God's Word. The Bible describes creation. According to the Bible a firmament was created in the midst of the deep to separate waters above from waters below. It's the beginning of a doctrine of gravity.
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.
Why are the Oceans Salty?
An interesting question that scientists used to ponder but now generally ignore was, "Why are the oceans salty?"
Precise Timing of Noah’s Flood
The Hagerman horse quarry fossils allow us deduce the time of year of Noah's flood: late winter/early spring. Genesis says it was the second month, the seventeenth day of the month. In our calendar: February 17.
Extinction of Some Species
"Extinction of some species." Dead bodies buried in sediment from Noah's flood represent entire flocks, herds and populations of animals. If they were the only living members of their species, that's why they're extinct.
Spread of Grasslands
"Climatic changes in temperate latitudes that allowed the spread of grasslands." Grasslands are a habitat type, not a period of time. The remains of them have been preserved as fossils.
Change Your Garments
The clothes that we wear to church shouldn't be an expression of pride in accomplishments or an indication of status, but they probably shouldn't be the same clothes that we wear every other day.