Noah's Flood debunked (Part 2)





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Published on May 5, 2009

This is the second part of the Noah's Flood debunk. I'm only showing two aspects of this myth which blow it out of the water (pardon the pun) -- sedimentary rock formations and the sorting of fossils. These are the only things creationists not only cannot explain, they don't even try to explain them. I know this sounds like I'm debunking Jack and the beanstalk or Little Red Riding Hood, but 65 per cent of Americans really believe a global flood actually happened.

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Logical APE
On the one hand have folks who are actively exploring options to colonize Mars and  on the other hand have morons who deny Evolution and believe in Noah's Ark.
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Jarlaxle Daerthe
The real question is why would Christians want this story to be true? It would mean their god is a mass murderer who slaughtered tens of thousands of innocent babies and animals all to remove sin (a concept that he himself created)  It would also make their god incompetent as sin continues to exist despite his genocidal flood!
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tony lu
The hypothesis at 5:57. Wouldn't that mean they'd prove some kind of natural selection? I mean the animals that aren't smart enough to move when the water is rising would all die out leaving the progressively smarter animals and those that are better climbers to survive the flood waters. Silly creationists. Debunking themselves.
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Jack bassman
Why is this even a topic in these days? I take it that's aimed at the very few feeble minded xtians in the UK and the hundreds of thousands in the southern USA.
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Here's the evidence that ultimately convinced me that there was no way that the flood could have happened: There are footprints and tree roots all through the supposed flood layers. I considered it a bonus as I started my university experience that there was not a single ichnologist (trace fossil specialist) in creationist circles. It meant that all I had to do was graduate and I'd be the leading expert in my field. I quickly realized that there were no creationist ichnologists for the simple reason that the evidence is incompatible with a single deposition episode. Root casts and footprints simply aren't going to be created in a high energy or deep water environment. This is not a situation where they are only at the bottom, where you could get away with saying that they are at the beginning of the flood or even (as I've heard explained) "fleeing from the rising waters". The Hermit Formation, one of the better footprint sites in the world, is about a mile above the beginning of "flood layers" in the Grand Canyon, and about 2000 feet below the rim of the canyon. It's about 2/3 of the way up into the flood layers I later discovered that a large part of the most famous dinosaur formation (included in that Dinosaur National Monument graph), the Morrison formation, came from basically a high desert environment. Rather difficult to get one of those in the middle of the biblical flood deposits.
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Last I checked most birds could float with no effort at all, so why are there any birds at all in their so-called flood layer?
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Kadui Saui
Excellent videos. If the biblical flood story was true, wouldn't there be lots of Grand Canyons all over the Planet? I imagine every continent would have at least two or three... Let's ask Kent!
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Maxx Kroes
So the grand canyon was first laid down by the flood and then eroded by that same flood? Yep, sounds totally possible.
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David Keogh
why are these sort of videos not shown in schools or is the truth something that should be hidden.
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