Historians know a lot about Noah’s flood and have gotten good at piecing together the life that comes after. It’s what happened before that is vague!
I began mining the first seven verses of the Biblical Genesis. Wondering...
Q-- Where did the water for Noah’s great flood come from?
A-- Destruction by a comet of the Younger Dryas Glacier 13,.000 years ago.
Q- Where did the water to create the Younger Dryas Glacier come from?
A-- Destruction of the Great Glacier by Asteroids. 34,000 years ago
Q-- Where did the water forming the Great Glacier come from.
A-- Earth had a major collision with its small moon Lilith (Thea)
knocking earth off balance 30 degrees. This caused major Tsunamis, earth quakes and world wide flooding. This collision created seasons. 4.5 million years ago.
Q-- When was the Singularity
A—13.7 billion years ago
Let’s reverse this Narrative:
Q-- When was the Big Bang Singularity?
A-- 13.7 Billion years ago.
Q-- When was the Earth struck by a large earthen object? (Thea)
A-- 4.5 million years ago. This was the first flood followed by the slow water up-take which created the Glacial Maximum
Q-- When was the Mother Glacier destroyed?
A-- 34,000 years ago. Flood followed by freezing
Q-- When was the Younger Dryas or Noah’s flood?
A-- 13,000 years ago.
(Phys.org) —“A period of rapid, intense cooling, known as the Younger Dryas, took place about 13,000 years ago. Scientists think this sudden change in climate caused the extinction of many large mammals, such as the mammoth, and was the reason for the disappearance of North America's Clovis people. According to one hypothesis, a cosmic impact caused the climate to cool. Using data from the Greenland ice core, Michael Petaev and his colleagues at Harvard University have found what appears to be evidence of this impact. Their research appears in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Measurements of oxygen isotopes in the Greenland ice core show that around 13,000 years ago an episode of rapid cooling, which lasted only about 1,000 years, occurred. During this time, many mega fauna became extinct and evidence of the Clovis people, one of the earliest human societies to inhabit the Americas, disappeared from the archaeological record.” Read more at: https://phys.org/news/2013-08-evidence-cosmic-impact-younger-dryas.html#jCp
13 Billion years went by as Earth organized itself. There were no seasons and after initial asteroid bombardments life moved up from the realm of fire and brimstone. 13 Billion years is a long time… during which life began and did evolve.