Friday, June 01, 2007


The Evaporation of a Theory

Ken Ham, the creator of the Creation Museum, believes the Grand Canyon, was made in a matter of days or weeks as the waters of the flood rushed away and the land was reclaimed.

Maybe I'm just dense, but if the flood waters covered the entire earth to at least 16,946 ft. above sea level (that's the elevation of Mt. Ararat), where did the flood waters rush away to?

The rivers rush down to the sea. Water, carried by gravity flows to lower elevations. But if the entire globe is covered, where does the water go? Isn't the only way up through evaporation? How much carving of canyons would that do?


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