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Saturday, May 01, 2010


This is what the world would look like if all the ice melted, causing a 100 meter rise in sea level

This is the maximum that the world could ever see. I mean, there is only so much water on earth.  So, how in the hell do bible-thumpers claim that Noah's ark rests on Mt. Ararat in Turkey?  There isn't now, nor has there ever been, enough water to do that.  As far as the "world flood" myth?  Again, IMPOSSIBLE!  The story of Noah has as much credence as that movie 2012 - NONE.
"Let's all be careful out there!"


dogbait said...

I live 15 metres above sea level and the map still has me there. Do I kiss my arse goodbye or not?

Paradise Driver said...

Well, if you really, truly love your "arse", then yes. If it doesn't matter much one way or the other, then give it a swift kick and tell it to head for higher ground. Of course, I don't think either of us will be around long enough to see water levels this high.

Take a look at the central valley of California. It will become the most protected harbor/bay in the world.

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