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Creation and Noah’s Flood Hypothesis Confirmed

About a minute ago I hypothesized that if God had created the universe that the same types of animals separated by huge distances would be found on Earth, which would be evidence that land masses of Earth were once joined like the Bible says it was, and that humans, having been at least 1000 years advanced in wisdom with genetically superior brains, would have been able for a while after the flood to travel great distances over the still joined land, transplanting one type of animal in two remote places far far apart, like perhaps in Timbuktu and some a Himalayan forest, on purpose or without realizing it. When I then searched for a story like that on a search engine, I came up with even more dramatic evidence, and once again, ironically from Darwinsts trying to make themselves appear to be wise and oh so scientific:

Same Species Found at Both Ends of Earth

Scientists have determined that at least 235 species live in both polar seas.

Posted February 15, 2009

Scientists have determined that at least 235 species live in both polar seas despite the 8,000 miles (13,000 km) between the ends of the Earth.

How some of the creatures wound up at the top and bottom of the planet is a mystery. Distance and habitat divisions — such as warm water between the two regions — are among the things that can separate creatures and lead to new species. A DNA analysis is underway to confirm if the like species are in fact identical, the researchers announced today

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