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Existing Atmosphere. Pangea. Water Vapor Canopy. States of Water. Water exists in three states:. Water as liquid. --. Water as solid. --. Water as gas. Look at this picture of gas. Earth’s Atmosphere. Water vapor (H2O) = 18. diatomic Oxygen = 32. diatomic Nitrogen = 28.

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Existing Atmosphere

Pangea

Water Vapor Canopy

states of water
States of Water

Water exists in three states:

Water as liquid. --

Water as solid. --

Water as gas.

Look at this picture of gas

earth s atmosphere
Earth’s Atmosphere

Water vapor (H2O) = 18

diatomic Oxygen = 32

diatomic Nitrogen = 28

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This picture by the Galileo spacecraft shows just how cloudy Venus is. Venus is very similar to Earth in size and mass - and so is sometimes referred to as Earth's sister planet - but Venus has a quite different climate. When Venus is visible it is usually the brightest object in the sky after the Sun and the Moon. This visible light picture of Venus was taken by the Galileo spacecraftnow in orbit around Jupiter.
the earth s antediluvian condition the canopy s effect
The Earth’s Antediluvian ConditionThe Canopy’s Effect:
  • Precluded rain upon the earth.
    • Genesis 2:5,6
    • Genesis 7:4
    • Genesis 2:10
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The Earth’s Antediluvian ConditionThe Canopy’s Effect:
  • Precluded rain upon the earth.
  • Produced a tropical paradise on the earth.
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A false-color picture of Venus taken by the Galileo Project. The false colors emphasizes the clouds of the planet.
the earth s antediluvian condition the canopy s effect2
The Earth’s Antediluvian ConditionThe Canopy’s Effect:
  • Precluded rain upon the earth.
  • Produced a tropical paradise on the earth.
  • Protected living organisms from ultraviolet radiation from the sun.
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WHAT COULD THE RESULTS BE?
  • A moderate warm climate prevailing from pole to pole just like in a greenhouse.
  • Possible longer life spans.
  • Possible larger specimens of some plants and animals.

These illustrations show just how a water canopy covering the Earth would not only create a globally warm climate but also would shield our planet from harmful radiation.  Thus, allowing mankind to reach ages up to 900 plus years and also allowing reptiles to grow to the size of our dinosaur fossils.  

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The ancient vapor canopy around the Earth would have shielded pre-Flood inhabitants from harmful radiation that causes everything from skin cancer, mutations, and more.
the earth s antediluvian condition the canopy s effect3
The Earth’s Antediluvian ConditionThe Canopy’s Effect:
  • Precluded rain upon the earth.
  • Produced a tropical paradise on the earth.
  • Protected living organisms from ultraviolet radiation from the sun.
  • Enabled great forests and lush grasses to cover all land areas.
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Berezovka Mammoth (above). This is the most famous of all mammoths, the frozen Berezovka mammoth. He is displayed in the Zoological Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia, in the struggling position in which he was found near Siberia’s Berezovka River.
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Dima, Baby Mammoth. In 1977, the first of two complete baby mammoths was found—a 6 to 12 month-old male named “Dima.” His flattened, emaciated, but well-preserved body was enclosed in a lens of ice, 6 feet below the surface of a gentle mountainous slope.
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The Earth’s Antediluvian ConditionThe Canopy’s Effect:
  • Precluded rain upon the earth.
  • Produced a tropical paradise on the earth.
  • Protected living organisms from ultraviolet radiation from the sun.
  • Enabled great forests and lush grasses to cover all land areas.
  • Would have caused the atmospheric pressure to have been greater than today.
the flood comes
The Flood Comes

Matt 24:37 But as the days of Noah were, so also will the coming of the Son of Man be. 38 For as in the days before the flood, they were eating and drinking, marrying and giving in marriage, until the day that Noah entered the ark, 39 and did not know until the flood came and took them all away, so also will the coming of the Son of Man be.

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Arizona’s Meteor Crater

Meteors that strike the ground are renamed “meteorites,” so the above crater, 3/4  of a mile in diameter, should be called a “meteorite” crater.

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The climactic eruption of May 18, 1980, at about noon. The maximum height of the ash and gas column was about 12 miles (Photograph by Austin Post).
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The Flood Comes

Gen 7:17The waters increased and lifted up the ark, and it rose high above the earth. 18 The waters prevailed and greatly increased on the earth, and the ark moved about on the surface of the waters. 19 And the waters prevailed exceedingly on the earth, and all the high hills under the whole heaven were covered.

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The Flood Comes

Gen 7:20 The waters prevailed fifteen cubits upward, and the mountains were covered. 21 And all flesh died that moved on the earth: birds and cattle and beasts and every creeping thing that creeps on the earth, and every man. 22 All in whose nostrils was the breath of the spirit of life, all that was on the dry land, died.

the world that then was perished
The World That Then Was…Perished

Gen 8:1 Then God remembered Noah, and every living thing, and all the animals that were with him in the ark. And God made a wind to pass over the earth, and the waters subsided. 2 The fountains of the deep and the windows of heaven were also stopped, and the rain from heaven was restrained. 3 And the waters receded continually from the earth. At the end of the hundred and fifty days the waters decreased.

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Strata – formation of sedimentary deposits form

a historical geologic timetable.

More complex

Less complex

Marine organisms and substances

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These fossil grave yards consist of jumbles of bones; often millions of animals; all buried together by a flood.  Such grave yards would be a natural result of a global flood.
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Fossil of Fish Swallowing Fish.

The fossilization process must have been quite rapid to have preserved a fish in the act of swallowing another fish. Thousands of such fossils have been found.

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Fish-in-Long Fish.

In the belly of the above 14-foot-long fish is a smaller fish, presumably the big fish’s breakfast. Because digestion is rapid, fossilization must have been even more so.

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Fish-in-Curved Fish.

The curved back shows this fish died under stress.

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Dragonfly Wing.

This delicate, 1 1/2-foot-long wing must have been buried rapidly and evenly to preserve its details. (Imagine the size of the entire dragonfly !)

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Another very startling finding that demonstrates the sudden/catastrophic burial of very large creatures is a finding in 1971 of a perfectly articulated Protoceratops and a Velociraptor frozen in a life and death struggle with each other. Obviously these two creatures were buried suddenly by a huge catastrophe of magnificent proportions. The dinosaurs didn’t even have time to fall over.
scientific problems with the geologic time table
Scientific Problems With the Geologic Time Table
  • Depends upon so-called “index fossils.”
fossil sorting
Fossil Sorting

Assumptions:

1) Fossil sorting is believed to represent the history of life on earth.

2) Fossils in the lowest layers are believed to have lived before those in upper layers.

3) The first appearance of a fossil is believe to be the time when it evolved.

4) The last appearance of a fossil is believe to be the time it went extinct.

Geological Column