posted on May, 7 2012 @ 02:21 PM
reply to post by rickymouse
A few could be a half million humans, and the event doesn't appear to be global, just near low lying areas all around the planet.
Ancient populations are estimated to have been stable for tens of thousands of years. Where do you get the idea that there was a drop?
Not many people challenge the writings of a big flood, it is found in many ancient texts around the world. Why would someone discount this
evidence? Now why would a sane individual say these were wrong without having evidence that positively showed that something multiple far separated
cultures perceived to have happened. Scientists studying this have said there appears to be a high water event at many places in the world that
happened at about the same time. They couldn't tell how long ago but could tell the creation time was similar.
Actually, almost every geologist discounts any possibility of a global flood. Only creationists who call themselves scientists claim a global flood
existed. Ancients described local events IF and I say IF these myths are history. No scientists are showing high water marks that happened at the same
time. That is false. There are wave cut terraces in many places, but these are NOT from the same time period.
So how do you suppose someone states they can't tell when, but they can state that they were done around the same time? Exactly, how are they going
to use a relative time scale to do this?
Planet alignment has a lot to do with pull on the earth. Everyone who has studied astronomy knows that. It's not going to expand the earth or
anything, it will have an effect on seismic activity though and tides. Move weight around on the earth from the moons tides and that will effect
seismic activity greatly. Thunderstorms and flooding can even effect seismic activity. A passing large comet or asteroid could also cause lines of
force to be created. Everything is related, the fact that we have not documented precise evidence YET doesn't mean anything.
Anyone who has studied astronomy and seismic activity knows that only the Moon is correlated with seismic activity. This is not cause-effect, but some
rare/uncommon low intensity quakes are correlated with the Moon. The Sun is not correlated, nor is anything else int he solar system. Large quakes are
definitely not correlated with another celestial body.
Thunderstorms have no affect on seismic activity. Flooding has no affect.
A large comet or asteroid is causing lines of force to be created. The gravitational effect is basically undetectable due to the small size of these
These may be small forces but the mass of a one inch pound force per square mile over a hunderd thousand square miles is a lot of
You've garbled force, pressure, and units here.