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Where did Noah's water go?

The surface of planet earth measures 510,072,000 square kilometers. The tallest mountain, Everest, is 8.848 kilometers high. If you discount curvature which will actually increase the volume, the amount of water required to cover the planet so that Everest is under water is 4,513,117,056 cubic kilometres. Where did it go? And it didn't go into ice at the poles. Not even close. @matt.. yes, the crest of Mt. Everest is marine limestone. But, that marine limestone was at the bottom of the sea millions and millions of years ago. Tectonic pressure caused by the collision of the Indian plate and the Asian plate caused the upthrust called he Himalayas. Obviously, fundies reject evolution AND geology.

Asked By: - 8/3/2011
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[Earth’s original state was a massive spear comprised of 100% water. It was voided of all life and land... More
Answered By: David Pratt - 8/3/2011
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godidit
Answered By: Jesus ♥ Satan - 8/3/2011
 
All them animals got really thirsty and p****d the excess into space
Answered By: Comfortably Numb - 8/3/2011
 
You should start at the basics. Where did it comes from? Also I would like the Christians to keep in mind that creating matter out of thin air (no pun intended) would rip the universe apart.
Answered By: Horror - 8/3/2011
 
God pulled a big plug and it drained into the Earth's core. Also it magically became magma.
Answered By: IM JESUS LOL - 8/3/2011
 
Its because it didn't actually happen. Every bit of that story falls apart when you actually look at logically. Even if one could answer that, about the water. How did 8 people take care of tens of thousands of animals on a boat built by someone with no knowledge of shipbuilding, 5000 years ago for 150 days.
Answered By: Mighty Thor - 8/3/2011
 
They are still on Earth in oceans, subterranean aqifers, ice-caps, the poles, glaciers, and clouds. Mount Everest was formed shortly after the Flood. Marine fossils on its summit confirm that.
Answered By: Matthew - 8/3/2011
 
God made Titan with it.
Answered By: We have created a monster - 8/3/2011
 
If the great flood ever happened at all, not way did it cover more than just a small part of the earth. How did all the worlds animals get into a vessel no bigger than four football fields. And why did the sea water not kill of the plant life and wreck the food chain. There is really no logical way it happened.
Answered By: Patrick4024 - 8/3/2011
 
According to some creationist, they claim the water ejected from the crust of the earth, turn into ice and landed on the moon. No, seriously they said that.
Answered By: Danny Manny - 8/3/2011
 
It went into the ark...after all it was big enough to hold every animal on the planet as well as all their food.
Answered By: QWS - 8/3/2011
 
Yawn. The mountains were uplifted during and after the flood, so your estimate of the amount of water is grossly too large. The flood narrative of Noah is improbable, but it is not impossible. The current oceans at their current depths provide plenty of space for the flood waters that covered the earth.
Answered By: mr M - 8/3/2011
 
Its under the see with spongebob
Answered By: Mark - 8/3/2011
 
noah's water didnt go anywhere because there was no noah's flood. that is nothing but hebrew mythology. There was a Flood though and it lasted 10,000 years. The water was went to the north and south poles where it is ice.
Answered By: Seeker of Almighty Zeus - 8/3/2011
 
There is way more than enough H2O in the solar system to cover the whole earth..... God just put it back where he stores it when he finished with it.....
Answered By: NEVER SUBMIT - 8/3/2011
 
Evaporated into the thin sky... where else... More
Answered By: NewlyBorn - 8/3/2011
 
The Earth, from where it came, and into the sky... where those puffy cloud thingies are.
Answered By: DuhMan - 8/3/2011
 
Goddidit... More
Answered By: Jabber wock - 8/3/2011
 
Genesis 1... More
Answered By: krazyabouthim - 8/3/2011
 
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