The drive to undertake the great endeavor of building Salt City had come from a century of the American continent being and torn apart by one natural disaster after another.
Fossils of a duckbill dinosaur have been discovered in Africa, leading experts to believe the species once traveled hundreds of kilometers across oceans to reach the continent.
If hell is expanding then we should anticipate that the oceans would be warming from the bottom up. This is a predictive, testable hypothesis. That means it’s scientific.
An interesting question that scientists used to ponder but now generally ignore was, "Why are the oceans salty?"
Epicontinental seas supporting an abundance of green and red algae. What's the difference between Cambrian and Ordovician? The Cambrian is the sea floor, the Ordovician is the open ocean immediately above it.
Abundance of marine invertebrates; first trilobites and foraminifers. That's what lives on the floor of the ocean. That's why it's at the bottom of the stratigraphic column.
Warm, epicontinental seas supporting an abundance of blue-green, green, and red algae. Why would examination of Cambrian sediment lead us to conclude that the Cambrian had warm epicontinental seas?
Theologians have tried to make the doctrine of hell into something palatable by nominal Christians and unbelievers. That's okay, we're not worried about theologians. We all need to be aware that hell is real.
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