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How God Caused Noah's Flood to Occur


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The Flood may have been caused by all of the other planets being on one side of the earth simultaneously. God may have inserted the “youngest” planet Neptune on the other side to act as a gravitational corrective to make sure it cannot happen again!’

The Golden Age Jun 16 1926 pg 583

 

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Ever gone to the tire store to have a tire replaced after it wore out, or you had a flat, and they had to take it off the wheel to replace it?

Well, assuming the tire was "balanced" before it failed, the new tire has to be balanced, or it will start to vibrate and shake the car as the imbalance is aggravated by rotational speed.

If you know NOTHING whatsoever about this and you hear your tire needs to be balanced, who knows what crazy ideas will come to mind?

It is obvious that anyone making the statement " ... The Flood may have been caused by all of the other planets being on one side of the earth simultaneously. God may have inserted the “youngest” planet Neptune on the other side to act as a gravitational corrective to make sure it cannot happen again!", knows NOTHING about elementary physics or elementary astronomy.

But that's OK, because the readership has for four generations been encouraged ... HEAVILY encouraged ... to know nothing about how the real world works, including elementary physics and astronomy, so in that context, the statement does not reek of outrageous absurdity. In that context, it is legitimate food (at the proper time ...) for serious consideration.

I have seen this in the cartoon world, where Sylvester the Cat's son saw a Kangaroo, and told his dad he had seen a giant mouse! You may have seen that same cartoon.

Some statements and observations are only valid in a cartoon world.

 

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