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From: Roy Witt (1:397/22)
To: All
Date: Thu, 10.04.08 17:56
The last of the thre
10 Apr 08 06:36, Roger Nelson wrote to Roy Witt:

RW>> That's true, but the mountains didn't fall down, they sank into the
RW>> pits where the water was. With no where to go but up, that caused
RW>> the flood.

RW>> DW> Nothing stuck up above the level of the ocean.

RW>> I thought I saw a tortoise head bobbing in the water, but then, why
RW>> did it leave the boat?

RN> There were no sea creatures in the ark.

Well, I'm not as old as you, so I can't say that there was.

RW>> DW> Then the mountains stood back up, and land reappeared.

RW>> Not very scientific (mountains can't stand 'back up'...Actually, the
RW>> water evaporated into the sky and in doing so, it left a bit of land
RW>> showing out of the remaining water...

RN> And then what happened to that evaporated water? (-:

It makes up all of those clouds you ponder while fishing.


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