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A: Genesis 7:11 tells us that a unique geologic event took place at the same moment as the Flood began: “In the six hundredth year of Noah’s life, in the second month, the seventeenth day of the month, on that day all the fountains of the great deep were broken up, and the windows of heaven were opened.”
Most creation geologists believe that the opening of “the fountains of the great deep” refers to the breakup of the earth’s crust into plates. The subsequent rapid, catastrophic movement of these plates would have released huge quantities of hot subterranean waters and molten rock into the ocean. As the hot water gushed through the fractured seafloor, the water flashed into superheated steam and shot high into the atmosphere as supersonic steam jets, carrying sea water that eventually fell as rain.
But what catastrophe might God have used to cause the earth’s crust—many miles thick—to crack? Some have suggested a meteorite or asteroid impact of unprecedented size and scope. Do we find any evidence? Geologists have discovered some gargantuous remnant craters and piles of debris, leftover from massive impacts that easily fit the bill.
Find out why some creation geologists think meteors might have helped initiate the Flood of Noah’s day.
This stunning collection of videos from the Creation Museum explains the possible mechanisms for the Flood and the tremendous effects it had on the earth. Be fascinated and educated as you watch these eye-opening programs.
Shadow of death: Every parent’s worst nightmare strikes in Newton, Connecticut.
Old Egypt: Image of ancient king who unified Egypt found etched in stone.
Ark in Dordrecht: Full-size replica of Noah’s Ark in the Netherlands is complete.
Comet for Christmas 2013: Sungrazing comet promises a great show for Christmas 2013.
Welcome to the family: Recalibration of molecular clock marches ape-human divergence back to encompass a greater evolutionary ancestral family.
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