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chicagomel
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08:04:09 AM Dec 24th 2011
It's wrong to cite only one POV in the flood debate...not everyone says it's not plausible. There should also be links to a page like Answersingenesis.org or trueorigins.org so BOTH sides are represented.
chicagomel
08:06:43 AM Dec 24th 2011
PS I think the key is what's considered 'mainstream'...but these days there isn't just one mainstream view, there are opposing views.
chicagomel
08:08:27 AM Dec 24th 2011
http://www.answersingenesis.org/articles/am/v5/n2/global-flood

Putting it here instead of on the main page just because it isn't as neat the other way.
Golfball
01:31:50 PM Mar 20th 2013
There's only one mainstream view on a Noachian Deluge, is that a literal, submerge-the-entire-globe Flood did not occur.

The percentage of scientists (or those professing to the title) that believe in it is an incredibly small (less than 1%) percentage, especially among people who actually specialize in geology or life sciences. We could have an interesting discussion on the various flaws in a model that hypothesizes a submerge-the-entire-globe Flood (that actually involves more than a few inches of water), but that would be a matter for other posts.
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