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    Oceans of Superheated Water in Magma Beneath Earth’s Crust Some of It Released for Noah’s Flood

    What have been called oceans of water are beneath the earth’s crust (perhaps a million square miles of it), in its superheated and pressurized state deep within the mantle of the earth, which of course when released becomes liquid water at the surface, such as was for Noah’s Flood when the supercontinent Pangea broke apart with accompanying rift zones through which magma (with its water) extruded.


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