Flood Models & Features to Explain
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Physical Features Requiring Explanation and Flood Models
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Feature Explained by:
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Physical FeaturesHydroplate TheoryVapor
Canopy Theory
Catastropic Plate TectonicsFor Info:
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Earth's crust is cracked by the 40k+ mile long global mid-oceanic ridgersr.org/hpt#video
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Harmful radioactivity on the Earthrsr.org/ooer
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Very "good" timekeepers of Sun, moon & stars no longer very goodrsr.org/a2hptoTKs
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Super-deep earthquake epicenters with destablizing melted rockrsr.org/EQs
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Original perfect 360-day year sped up to 365.24 days360dayyear.com
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Moon severly impacted on primarily one sidersr.org/lunar-orbit
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Original perfect 30-day orbit for the moon now 29.5 daysrsr.org/lunar-orbit
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Dangerous solar system debris (comets, asteroids, meteoroids)rsr.org/comets
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Amazing orbital characteristics of the Transneptunian Objects (TNOs)rsr.org/TNOs
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Biological matter in space (bacteria, diatoms, cellulose, left-handed acids)rsr.org/bmis
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Crust missing in the Atlanticrsr.org/hpt#video
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Huge plate of crust unexpectedly beneath the Pacificrsr.org/hpt#video
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Systematic beveled shape of continental shelves & slopesrsr.org/contlshlfslp
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Erosion and distribution of massive quantity of sedimentsrsr.org/hpt#video
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See also our: Flood Models & Bible Verses spreadsheet.
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Here's a screenshot of this spreadsheet as it appears in our flood video atrsr.org/hpt
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The video available at rsr.org/hpt discusses this chart.
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