HUDSON PEWTER Noah’s Ark Figure #3931 Cattle COW 1987 Miniature
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Water Damage And Noahs Ark
Although absolutely essential to all life as we know it, water can also be a catastrophically damaging force, and as much good as it does, water damage has simultaneously been one of the greatest risks to civilizations throughout history. Evidence of humanity’s collective anxiety about flood damage can be found in the Deluge Myths, that have been shared (in various iterations) by cultures across the globe. What’s more baffling is that a number of these great flood myths started in places that, at the time of their conception, had no interaction by any means and in some cases were totally oblivious to each other’s existence. Another problem is mold repairs, perhaps probably the most unseen problems which is built mostly from water damage too.
Maybe the most well known instance of a deluge myth, detailing apocalyptic levels of water damage, is the biblical story of Noah’s Ark, shared by all three major Abrahamic religions (Christianity, Judaism, and Islam). The story goes that God, fed up with the wickedness of mankind, chooses to flood the earth to destroy all life – save for Noah and his family, whom God regarded as righteous enough to survive. He instructs Noah to build an Ark, and upon it he’ll house his family and two of every animal so that once the flood waters have receded, the earth may be repopulated. God then vows never again to destroy the earth by flood. Even though still perceived literally by certain Christian fundamentalists, the tale is seen today as allegorical, with next to zero scientific proof of water damage to support ever such a flood occurring.
What’s interesting about the story is its characteristics with legends and myths originating from other places. On the opposite side of the world from Mesopotamia where the Abrahamic deluge myths came from, the Native American Hopi tribe of Arizona in the United States has its own edition of the deluge myth. Based on Hope mythology, humanity was ruined four times by the water damage of a great deluge for much the same reason as in the Abrahamic myths: Hopi Gods angered by the depravity of men decided to clean the slate, sparing only a select few who lived lives dubbed good enough to restart yet another iteration of humanity. Modern day scientists have long thought over the origins for these kinds of myths, and their findings, interestingly enough, aren’t evidence of actual water damage, but instead proof that ocean born life existed in locations that have become far from any bodies of waters.
Ancient peoples having identified seashells and the remains of sea creatures atop mountains and far inland were most likely the inspiration powering these deluge myths. Needless to say given the advantages of modern science, we now know that these shells and sea creatures are indeed the fossilized remains of life that once existed in prehistoric oceans. Because millions of years ago, the earth was shaped very differently due to plate tectonics, oceans once existed in places where there have since dried up into deserts as well as plains, leaving evidence of the life they harbored behind.
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I need help with my Creationist school assignment? Noahs Ark?
I’m doing a school research project about how Creationism is true. However theres a hole in my scientific analysis of Noahs Ark because if the Earth flooded over with saltwater. All the freshwater fish would die.
And then if the Earth flooded over with freshwater. All the seawater fish would die.
So therefore, Only kind of fish would have survived the flood.
I could write, Well, God did it.
But I want a better explanation that is more feasible?
Just write down that it’s crap and you should get 100% for it.