>Has anyone figured this out? If there were an average rain storm occuring
>across the face of the entire planet for 40 days and nights, would that be
>enough to cover the world? If not, how hard would it have had to rain? Of
>course, if it doesn't make sense the theists can just say that god made it
A simple logical question: WHERE would enough water come from, to totally
cover the Earth above the tops of all mountains? To cover K2/Everest would
require about 29,000 feet of water above sealevel.
If you vaporized all the ice on Earth, the resulting rainfall would only
raise the sealevel by maybe 25 feet.
The only way this makes sense globally is for God to import a few million
ice asteroids, and vacuum up the mess after the forty days..