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    Noah’s Flood Rift Zones Lurched Tectonics Caused Scouring Deposition Across Vast Expanses

    During Noah’s Flood circa 2350 b. c., the rift zones in the earth’s crust separated rapidly when Pangaea broke apart toward the continents’ current configuration, lurching of the crust during that rapid separation, which caused massive waves to sweep across the separating continents to deposit sediments scoured off the Canadian Shield, the Ethiopian, Amazonian, Antarctic, and Indian, pre flood basement rock exposed.

     

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