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    Walt Brown on Where the Water Went

    This is the show from Thursday January 11th, 2007.

    SUMMARY:

    * The Atlantic Floor Rose: As the fountains of the great deep broke forth and eroded away the volume of what today is the Atlantic Ocean, the subterranean chamber floor rose to become the Atlantic floor. The slab of the Earth that would become the Americas broke off of the Earth's hydroplate, and began sliding to the west, lubricated by subterranean waters. Europe, Asia, and Africa began sliding to the east.

    * Mountains Parallel the Mid-Atlantic Ridge: As the continents slid away from the rising mid-Atlantic ridge, water continued to burst from the subterranean chamber, and eventually, friction stopped the 50-mph slides, causing the continents to thicken and buckle, and rise up high out of the flood waters. In only hours, most of the world's mountain ranges formed, and they tend to run north to south, generally parallel to the mid-Atlantic ridge.

    * Psalm 104:6-9: "... The waters were standing above the mountains... at the sound of Your thunder they hurried away. The mountains rose; the valleys sank down, to the place which You established for them. You set a boundary that they may not pass over, so that they will not return to cover the earth." (NASB)

    * The Earth Was Divided: For a couple hundred years after the flood, massive land bridges connected the Americas to Asia, Australia, and Europe. (That aids understanding of the post-flood migration of people and animals, including woolly mammoths.) Today, if you lower sea level by just a few hundred feet, bridges would re-emerge connecting the continents. As mountain ranges settled, they lifted up the earth's great plateaus (Colorado, Tibetan, etc.). And as the entire continents themselves settled back into the mantel, they raised the sea floor dramatically, flooding the post-flood land bridges. The Hebrew name Peleg means to divide by water (like our Archipelago, a chain of islands). Thus the Bible says, that "the name of one [son] was Peleg, for in his days the Earth was divided" (Gen. 10:25).

    * Ice Age: Secular scientists have difficulty explaining how an ice age could begin, because it requires generally conflicting conditions, because if the Earth was warm, no ice would amass; and if the Earth was cold, insufficient evaporation would occur to produce continental blizzards. But Walt Brown easily explains the ice age, because warm oceans and cold continents are a direct consequence of the Hydroplate Theory. The fountains of the great deep flooded the earth with hotter, subsurface water, and the friction from the Atlantic floor rising, the Pacific sinking, and the continents sliding, all further warmed that water. And the thickening of the continents raised them to great heights, leaving them cold, high enough above sea level to collect snow and ice from the heavy precipitation that came from the evaporation off the warm oceans. The ice melted as the continents slowly settled into the mantel, which raised sea level to submerge the land bridges.

    * Formation of the Moon: A naturalistic explanation even for our own Moon, let alone the rest of the universe, eludes science. (And the Big Bang theory can't even explain which came first, stars or galaxies.)

    * The Light of Creation Days 1-3: Before God made the Sun and the stars on Day 4, the original creation of matter itself emitted a wave of light. And the matter that God would stretch on Day 4 into the Milky Way Galaxy had likely emitted the light that lit one side of the spinning Earth.

    Today's Resource: Get an autographed copy of Dr. Walt Brown's fabulous book, In the Beginning! Order by clicking the link, or calling us at 800-8Enyart (800 836-9278)!
    WARNING: Graphic video here.

  • #2
    Originally posted by Jefferson
    (And the Big Bang theory can't even explain which came first, stars or galaxies.)
    The 'Bang' came first.

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    • #3


      Good call.




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      • #4
        It is hard to decide whether Dr. Brown is hysterical or pitiful. But perhaps I'll get proven wrong when he wins his Nobel (although bob b gets his first).
        "Against stupidity, the gods themselves fight in vain", G. Smiley

        "Send money, guns and lawyers..." W. Zevon

        "If it is possible for something to happen, that is evidence that it did happen." Stripe on TOL

        "There but for fortune...", P. Ochs

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        • #5
          Walt should write sci-fi.

          Some would argue he already does.

          But seriously, that's a strong imagination.
          “There's nothing I like less than bad arguments for a view that I hold dear.” - Daniel Dennett

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          • #6
            Jukia, Johnny.... remember today is the day you can call in and discuss.
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            • #7
              Jukia, Johnny.... remember today is the day you can call in and discuss.
              Thanks Knight!
              “There's nothing I like less than bad arguments for a view that I hold dear.” - Daniel Dennett

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Johnny
                Thanks Knight!


                ......please call Bob today anytime from right now until 3 p.m. ET at 800-8Enyart!
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                • #9
                  It's already 3:14 PM ET, you posted that at 3:02 ET I really would have liked to have called.
                  “There's nothing I like less than bad arguments for a view that I hold dear.” - Daniel Dennett

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                  • #10
                    Nm, just got through.

                    Thanks for the heads-up Knight!
                    “There's nothing I like less than bad arguments for a view that I hold dear.” - Daniel Dennett

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                    • #11
                      sorry Johnny, didn't notice Knight's post on the time to call. ( my explanation was still wrong ) again....
                      Marge: "Aren't you going to give him the last rites?"
                      Rev. Lovejoy: "That's Catholic, Marge - you might as well ask me to do a voodoo dance."



                      "Oh bother" said Pooh, as he chambered the next round.

                      Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety. - Benjamin Franklin

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                      • #12
                        Knight's post should read MT (not ET). Bob's site also reads ET, but it should be MT (I asked him).
                        “There's nothing I like less than bad arguments for a view that I hold dear.” - Daniel Dennett

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                        • #13
                          My bad... sorry!!!
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                          • #14
                            Oh, lol, maybe my explanation was right after all, even though it was wrong.
                            Marge: "Aren't you going to give him the last rites?"
                            Rev. Lovejoy: "That's Catholic, Marge - you might as well ask me to do a voodoo dance."



                            "Oh bother" said Pooh, as he chambered the next round.

                            Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety. - Benjamin Franklin

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                            • #15
                              I want to thank Bob Enyart and Walt Brown for an entire week of shows, including todays call-in show.

                              To me the hydro plate theory made "beautiful" sense and answers a lot of dilemnas that evolutionary mind-set science can't explain.

                              It certainly makes Genesis one, seven and eight, come alive with truth and meaning.

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