Noah's Flood Reimagined

Nov 23, 2021
Earth is covered in water, then a rouge interstellar dust cloud covers the surface. Because of Earth's faster rotational rate, centrifugal force keeps this dust layer floating above the water. Earth's water at this time is comprised of a higher percentage of 'heavy water' (D2O). The water's higher density works in conjunction with the centrifugal force to maintain the supercontinent, Pangea. As Earth's rotation slows, finally a point is reached where gravity overcomes the floating supercontinent. The supercontinent fractures, beginning its fall. Fissures break open expelling water from the deep, launching it up to the stratosphere and producing a flood that covers the planet. Chemical reactions between ozone and the heavy water exasperate the deluge. Parts of the supercontinent settle in clumps, forming what will later be continents. These new continents along with the ocean floors become subject to seismic/tectonic activity from the inner Earth. This planetary cataclysm changes the percentage of heavy water. The resultant normal water initiates the hydrologic cycle. Rainbows symbolize the promise not to flood the Earth again.

Any thoughts...
Mar 4, 2020
I read another theory long ago. I believe it was written by a USN ocean researcher. He said before the flood, there was a huge doughnut shape region above the earth that was filled with moisture. Like the charge fields around earth today.

This shielded the earth from much more radiation, and people lived longer. It never rained. The oceans were small. The air was always saturated and heavy dew collected every morning. The streams and rivers were always steady. The seasons were less pronounced, but greatly increased after flood. Most sunlight was heavily diffused.

Perhaps, the first lightening strike in history was between the earth and the doughnut of water. Causing the water to discharge and fall.......into an already saturated atmosphere.

And we had our first rain. A very heavy, long rain. After the flood, and the water seeps into the crust, with an unsaturated air and bright sunshine.......we get a rainbow.

Hows that?
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