Great work thinking outside the box. People need to challenge old preconceptions.
I also believe the earth was jolted by some celestial event during that Genesis period but I have reservations with the Hollow Earth theory.
Part of the flood waters came from the upper atmosphere and it took 40 days to wring out. Take note of the passage that says, “all the fountains of
the great deep broken up”. This is stated before it started raining. The way I see this playing out is that there was a rather large asteroid impact
on the earth somewhere opposite the location of the middle east. Noah or Gilgamesh didn’t witness the asteroid flying by but he saw the results of
its impact. Check out the movie clip of Deep Impact to see what I mean. I believe the atmosphere was contaminated by the debris from the earth due to
the impact, which made the water canopy collapse.
Kind of explains why Noah didn’t mention him having to fend off invaders from getting into the ark while the flood waters were rising. The
inhabitants were taken out by the tsunami before the rains slowly filled the earth.
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