Thanks for your response.
Firstly I would NOT propose that a worldwide flood only happened 4000 years ago though I have read books etc on such a proposal. It is not the correct timespan you are right there. I am proposing that the world wide flood happened earlier before this last ice age which itself was the result of major earthworks or movement of the earth.
Evidence shows that there was a major shift in climate alone which as I have the climate change happening today is only a continuation.
Geneticists are saying that there was a bottleneck in the genetic history of mankind in recent history. BUT again I would not propose that to be 4000 years either.
Sure there are a lot of holes in my ideas and I have to wait for any or all branches of science to prove them OR OTHERWISE.
The universe is what? considered to be 15 billion years old and ever moving ever growing ever decreasing ever changing.
So are our own ideas of it. So as I see the young earth thoery as nonsense a worldwide flood at 4000 yrs old ONLY is implausable.
But I don't really know much but am longing to be convinced either way.
As we have seen with the Africa origins of mankind evidence perhaps all it takes is looking at the evidence from anothe perspective.
Carbon dating which was the benchmark for timelines is now parially discredited beacause it is works up to 30,000 yrs and even so proved to unreliable. Of course there are other dating methods now but I still maitain it is all about perspective.
If the I finds anything interesting please keep I posted.
Bless up, Judah
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