Empirical evidences for World Wide Flood

This will be undeniable evidence that any creationist can use to prove that the Flood did create a lot of what we see, and not “Deep Time” like the evolutionists claim. I will try to put all the information in an order that is easy to understand along with being as brief as possible without leaving the important stuff out.

  • Is there enough water for a World Wide Flood? Yes there is. In the past few years using seismic tools. They have found that a mineral called ” wadsleyite” holds 2% water by weight. That may not sound like much until you realize how much wadsleyite exists in the upper mantle of the earth. Figures show that 2% would work out to be somewhere around 30 oceans worth added to the water that we already know exists. And this has been tested in more than one place by more than one scientist which makes the results observable and repeatable which is empirical evidence. Which means evolutionists can no longer deny the possibility that a flood of this magnitude could happen.
    References:
    http://www.livescience.com/1312-huge-ocean-discovered-earth.htmlhttp://phys.org/news90171847.htmlhttp://news.wustl.edu/news/Pages/8749.aspx
  • Can the waters from the flood lay out the Geologic Column as we see it today? The evolutionist side has no observable mechanism to do this so all they have is the claim that “Deep Time” did it. But water will sort sediments and is observable and repeatable. The video below shows this and shows how every sediment pattern formed that exists today. And this is observable and repeatable which makes it empirical evidence. Evolutionists have nothing. Empirical evidence beats the “Deep Time” claim any day.

Time has no process to sort. Yet 3 types of sorting can be observed.

Video

Video

Sediment sorting as shown in the videos above.

Here we have habitat sorting from bottom to top dwellers of aquatic life.

And here we have sorting between aquatic and land life

Time does not sort, it only has a process that records what happened. If time can do anything else concerning how the fossils were laid, prove it by showing the observable process.

Side note: There are more than 300 Living Fossils and frozen in time amber evidence. Some of that list is below.

List of Living Fossils:

Plants

Amborellaceae
Araucaria araucana the Monkey Puzzle tree
CycadsGinkgo tree (Nasikabatrachus sahyadrensis)
Horsetails Equisetum (Equisetaceae)
Metasequoia Dawn Redwood (Cupressaceae)
Sciadopitys tree (Sciadopityaceae)
Whisk ferns Psilotum (Psilotaceae)
Welwitschia (Welwitschiaceae)
Wollemia tree (Araucariaceae)
Fungi
Neolecta

Animals

Aardvark (Orycteropus afer)
Cypriot mouse (Mus cypriacus)
Red Panda (Ailurus fulgens)
Okapi (Okapia johnstoni)
Koala (Phascolarctos cinereus)
Laotian Rock Rat (Laonastes aenigmamus)
Volcano rabbit (Romerolagus diazi)
Amami rabbit (Pentalagus furnessi)
Iriomote cat (Prionailurus iriomotensis)
Monito del Monte (Dromiciops gliroides)
monotremes (the platypus and echidna)
Mountain Beaver (Aplodontia rufa)
Opossums
Acanthisittidae (New Zealand “wrens”)
Hoatzin(Ophisthocomus hoazin)
Broad-billed Sapayoa (Sapayoa aenigma)
Bearded Reedling (Panurus biarmicus)
Coliiformes (mousebirds, 6 living species in 2 genera)
Magpie-goose (Anseranas semipalmata)

Reptiles

Pig-nosed turtle
Crocodilia (crocodiles, gavials and alligators)
Tuatara (Sphenodon punctatus and Sphenodon guntheri)

Amphibians

Purple frog (Nasikabatrachus sahyadrensis)
Bony fish
Bowfin (Amia calva)
Coelacanth (the lobed-finned Latimeria menadoensis and Latimeria chalumnae)
Queensland lungfish (Neoceratodus fosteri)
Sturgeons and paddlefish (Acipenseriformes)

Sharks

Frilled shark (Chlamydoselachus anguineus)

Insects

Mantophasmatodea (gladiators; a few living species)
Mymarommatid wasps (10 living species in genus Palaeomymar)
Nevrorthidae (3 species-poor genera)
Notiothauma reedi (a scorpionfly relative)
Orussidae (parasitic wood wasps; about 70 living species in 16 genera)
Peloridiidae (peloridiid bugs; fewer than 30 living species in 13 genera)
Sikhotealinia zhiltzovae (a jurodid beetle)
Syntexis libocedrii (Anaxyelidae cedar wood wasp)

Crustaceans

glypheoid lobsters (3 living species: Neoglyphea inopinata, N. neocaledonica, and Laurentaeglyphea neocaledonica)
Stomatopods (Mantis shrimp)
Triops cancriformis (also known as Tadpole shrimp) (a notostracid crustacean)
Molluscs
Nautilina (e.g. Nautilus pompilius)
Neopilina galateae, a monoplacophorid mollusc
Ennucula superba (Nut clam)

Other invertebrates

crinoids
Horseshoe crab (only 4 living species of the class Xiphosura, family Limulidae: Limulus polyphemus,Tachypleus gigas, Tachypleus tridentatus and Carcinoscorpius rotundicauda)
Lingula anatina (an inarticulate brachiopod)
onychophorans
Valdiviathyris quenstedti (a craniforman brachiopod)

Video explaining flood geology





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The Information Packed into a Bird Egg, Part 4

The following Speaking of Science article by David Coppedge appeared in Creation Matters, Vol. 23, No. 5, May/June 2018.

There’s more in a bird’s egg than can be accounted for by the Reverse Humpty-Dumpty Hypothesis (i.e., Darwinism). 

New Bird of Paradise Species Has Smooth Dance Moves. 

Take a look at the photo in this National Geographic article.[7] Would you think it’s a space alien? This jet-black bird of paradise from West Papua New Guinea, with two bright blue eyes and open beak, sporting a glistening aqua neck pouch, is doing its mating dance. Whether it is really a new species or just a variety is a debate for taxonomists, but the embedded video will likely impress anyone.

7. Gibbons, S. (2018, April 18) New bird of paradise species has smooth dance moves. NationalGeographic.com. Retrieved May 10, 2018 from https://news.nationalgeographic.com/2018/04/new-species-birds-of-paradise-animals-spd/

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The Information Packed into a Bird Egg, Part 4

The following Speaking of Science article by David Coppedge appeared in Creation Matters, Vol. 23, No. 5, May/June 2018.

There’s more in a bird’s egg than can be accounted for by the Reverse Humpty-Dumpty Hypothesis (i.e., Darwinism).

New Bird of Paradise Species Has Smooth Dance Moves.

Take a look at the photo in this National Geographic article.[7] Would you think it’s a space alien? This jet-black bird of paradise from West Papua New Guinea, with two bright blue eyes and open beak, sporting a glistening aqua neck pouch, is doing its mating dance. Whether it is really a new species or just a variety is a debate for taxonomists, but the embedded video will likely impress anyone.

7. Gibbons, S. (2018, April 18) New bird of paradise species has smooth dance moves. NationalGeographic.com. Retrieved May 10, 2018 from news.nationalgeographic.com/2018/04/new-species-birds-of-paradise-animals-spd/

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The following Speaking of Science article by David Coppedge appeared in Creation Matters, Vol. 23, No. 5, May/June 2018.

There’s more in a bird’s egg than can be accounted for by the Reverse Humpty-Dumpty Hypothesis (i.e., Darwinism). 

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Inside that egg was the potential to build navigation equipment that can use input from the magnetosphere. Scientists have been searching for years for the location of that sense. Researchers at Lund University believe they have found it in Cry4, a member of a group of proteins called cryptochromes (‘hidden colors’).[6] 

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[6] Lund Univ. (2018, April 6) How birds can detect Earth’s magnetic field. ScienceDaily. Retrieved May 10, 2018 from https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2018/04/180406091756.htm

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The Information Packed into a Bird Egg, Part 3

The following Speaking of Science article by David Coppedge appeared in Creation Matters, Vol. 23, No. 5, May/June 2018.

There’s more in a bird’s egg than can be accounted for by the Reverse Humpty-Dumpty Hypothesis (i.e., Darwinism).

How birds can detect Earth’s magnetic field.

Inside that egg was the potential to build navigation equipment that can use input from the magnetosphere. Scientists have been searching for years for the location of that sense. Researchers at Lund University believe they have found it in Cry4, a member of a group of proteins called cryptochromes (‘hidden colors’).[6]

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Other cryptochromes vary according to the biological clock, but Cry4 does not. Although work remains to be done to see how Cry4 reads magnetic information and responds to it, this is another clue to a long-standing puzzle. The team believes that all animals may have this ability. Do humans? Whatever is determined, there is another potential use for it: “this knowledge may be of use when developing new navigation systems.”

[6] Lund Univ. (2018, April 6) How birds can detect Earth’s magnetic field. ScienceDaily. Retrieved May 10, 2018 from www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2018/04/180406091756.htm

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