How Various Studies Disprove Noah’s Flood

How Various Studies Disprove Noah’s Flood March 18, 2017

I’m having some fun with a new video series. I wish it wasn’t necessary to do this series anymore, but in the last year with the opening of Ken Ham’s Ark park and the appointment of a presidential cabinet made up entirely of science denialists means that yes, I still have to explain how we know that Noah’s ark was only ever a goddamn fable and that grown-ups seriously should not still believe such nonsense in the age of information.

So far this new video series looks like it will consists of the following episodes:
How Meteorology Disproves Noah’s Flood
How Geology Disproves Noah’s Flood
How Paleontology Disproves Noah’s Flood
How Dendrochronology Disproves Noah’s Flood
How Zoology Disproves Noah’s Flood
How Anthropology Disproves Noah’s Flood
How Archaeology Disproves Noah’s Flood
How Mythology Disproves Noah’s Flood

Just as the episode on Meteorology was really more about physics, the one on Dendrochronology will be more about plant life in general rather than being only about tree rings. That’s the episode I’m working on next, and I want to be sure to include everything that will most directly refute the idea of an earth of younger than 10,000 years as well as a global flood happening at any point within the last 6,000 years or so. So if you know of any fact that should be included in that script, or in any of the subsequent scripts, please leave a comment to let me know to research and include it.

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