Pangea: Continental “Drift” or “Sprint” During Noah’s Flood?
Do Natural History Museums Display the Truth About Origins? • 18-Nov-2020
Natural history museums have displays and animations that try to make the case that the continents were once joined in a formation called Pangea and then slowly moved apart to their current locations over tens of millions of years. While it’s actually quite obvious that the continents were in fact together at one time, evidence suggests that they were split apart rapidly—even within just one year—during the Flood of Noah’s time.
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