LOL, you do understand that the Earth’s crust floats over a spherical layer of liquified rock, don’t you? There is a reason why the continents on Earth today have coastal outlines which match closely with the coastlines across the oceans - western Africa with South America, eastern North America with northern Africa - the observation upon which modern plate tectonic theory was based on. What these two points imply is that the crust cannot simply rise or fall like you imagine, and that the landmass has more or less retained shape for aeons.
There is no evidence for the Earth being covered completely by water - zip, nada. Even the title of this article is misleading - the floods mentioned therein are all local floods, repetitive and not a singular, global event. If these were Noah’s “flood” then there would have to be hundreds, if not thousands, of Noahs, to gather all the fauna of Earth in rickety wooden dinghy-like boats, to “save” them during each one of these “Biblical” floods.
Ridicule seems to always be your primary tactic. Obviously you know next to nothing of creation science, information science nor especially the hydroplate theory AND you can simply NOT bring yourself to do any in-depth research.
I’m not nearly as uneducated and obtuse as your responses to me seem to indicate. So here is my creation science quiz for you and your ilk.
1. How many animals could be housed in a boat [equivalent footprint to a modern day barge] with 3 tiers?
2. How many pairs of animal kinds are required if only micro-evolution exists?
3. How much explosive force is released by super-critical water [>705 degrees farenheit and >3,200 PSI] removed from 10 miles underground.
4. How much of that water gets released permanently into outer space?
5. After that water rips wholes in the upper atmosphere how quickly does it and the accumulated debris rain back down on the earth?
6. How quickly do these changing conditions bring on the only ice-age the earth has ever known?
7. How much is carbon-dating altered if one worldwide event buried all carbon based life forms except for those survivors on the ark and in the sea?
I don’t disagree with you at all. I think the story of the arc is ludicrous and I also don’t believe in any world wide flood. I think creation science is junk. I was just shocked when I saw that graphic. It just seems like a shockingly small amount of water. I would have pictured it as being 3 or 4 times that amount. I don’t dispute it though.