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Maltalidenta Kwuitidherali
• 12/28/2015

Discussion About Personality (mine in particular)

Well, I'm going to get you to do one thing. Tell me what you think of my personality through three different ways. I will state these ways as and when, and I will then proceed to ask further questions. First off, my personality through the way I phrase things (type).

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Tybereous
ChazmanianDevil
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• 12/31/2015

ChazmanianDevil wrote:

Heartgold1234 wrote: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flood_myth And it's the first one under 'Mythologies'. Also, a nice quote.

So it's more likely that many different complete floods across the continents happened at different times than that one big flood covered the world? Really?

Also you seem to have misjudged my point. My point is not that God flooded the earth to purge it of sins. It's that a very large flood covered the world at one point.

Well, thanks for clearing your point up. And yes, especially with the sheer amount of reports. Although I very much doubt across continents. These were large, not stupendously huge.

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• 12/31/2015

Let's, say everywhere Alexander the great conquered. (Excluding high mountains.) That includes the flood legends in Greece, as well as the flood legends in India.

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• 12/31/2015

ChazmanianDevil wrote: Let's, say everywhere Alexander the great conquered. (Excluding high mountains.) That includes the flood legends in Greece, as well as the flood legends in India.

Although a flood of that size is preposterous.

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• 12/31/2015
Heartgold1234 wrote:

ChazmanianDevil wrote: Let's, say everywhere Alexander the great conquered. (Excluding high mountains.) That includes the flood legends in Greece, as well as the flood legends in India.

Although a flood of that size is preposterous.

Ice Age snowmelt?

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• 12/31/2015

Tybereous wrote:

Heartgold1234 wrote:

ChazmanianDevil wrote: Let's, say everywhere Alexander the great conquered. (Excluding high mountains.) That includes the flood legends in Greece, as well as the flood legends in India.

Although a flood of that size is preposterous.

Ice Age snowmelt?

The ice itself wasn't up to the mountains, and water expands when frozen.

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• 12/31/2015
Heartgold1234 wrote:

Tybereous wrote:

Heartgold1234 wrote:

ChazmanianDevil wrote: Let's, say everywhere Alexander the great conquered. (Excluding high mountains.) That includes the flood legends in Greece, as well as the flood legends in India.

Although a flood of that size is preposterous.
Ice Age snowmelt?
The ice itself wasn't up to the mountains, and water expands when frozen.

I'll admit now, I don't know as much as you about this subject. I think I give up arguing with you. That doesn't mean I give up my beliefs, mind you. I just give up arguing about it.

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• 12/31/2015

Tybereous wrote:

Heartgold1234 wrote:

ChazmanianDevil wrote: Let's, say everywhere Alexander the great conquered. (Excluding high mountains.) That includes the flood legends in Greece, as well as the flood legends in India.

Although a flood of that size is preposterous.

Ice Age snowmelt?

Unlikely. Old stories don't talk about waters rushing down to cover the plains, they talk about weeks of rain and floodwaters slowly rising.

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• 12/31/2015
ChazmanianDevil wrote:

Tybereous wrote:

Heartgold1234 wrote:

ChazmanianDevil wrote: Let's, say everywhere Alexander the great conquered. (Excluding high mountains.) That includes the flood legends in Greece, as well as the flood legends in India.

Although a flood of that size is preposterous.
Ice Age snowmelt?
Unlikely. Old stories don't talk about waters rushing down to cover the plains, they talk about weeks of rain and floodwaters slowly rising.

IDK, maybe that plus Ice Age snowmelt? XD I have no idea.

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• 12/31/2015

XD Well the stories could be wrong, but they suggest people during the flood had already settled farms. Otherwise the flood wouldn't have been so destructive. That means it happened after the agricutltural revolution, which in miso places happened long after most Ice Age snow melt occurred.

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• 12/31/2015
Ah. Ok.
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