The Great Flood

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The Great flood is a historical event that may have happened before 0 BC, this was an event that flooded the whole world which have possibly wiped out human and plant existence. There are several different evidence that suggest the happening of the Great flood which include the several geological shaping which can only be created with a massive flood, the several different theories that different cultures and religions have mentioned and the possible existence of the Noahs arc however the fact remains that with this much water and this event would wipe out the human and plant existence on earth. The Middle East was suspected to have rising water in 1990 due to the melting of ice glaciers but the water there had turned the sea into a freshwater river to a saltwater sea several hundred years ago. Being a hypothesis, Robert Ballad had travelled to the sea and dove underwater to see what was there to discover and he found an ancient shoreline with several tools, corpses and a village to prove to the water levels had rose higher and flooded a whole village. This flooding dated back 7460 to 15500 years ago. There is also evidence of the flooding occurring and evaporating away where there are different corpses, tools and historical artefacts found far away from their original ancient ground which proves the event of a Great Flood.. Throughout history there has been several historical records in religious and ancient times where scholars and ancients have taken down events of a great flood happening which the most famous one was the Greek religious event of the gods becoming dissatisfied with humans and wanted to erase and start again. Also, there was an ancient Babylon event where a similar story of Noah’s ark where a man names Utnapishtim also builds a ship to save animals from the flood to save the earth. There are more theories which have been discovered throughout history. There must have been an event that spurred these events that the great flood happened and...
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