Class Warfare Blog

November 23, 2013

Why, God, Why?

Filed under: History,Politics,Religion — Steve Ruis @ 10:23 am
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USA Today reported yesterday that hydrologists had made an amazing discovery:

100-million-year-old ocean discovered under Chesapeake Bay
Researchers discovered the remains of an ancient saltwater ocean trapped a half-mile underground. An asteroid that smashed into the area around 35 million years ago created a crater that preserved about 3 trillion gallons of seawater. According to government hydrologists, the find is “the oldest large body of ancient seawater in the world.”

The only question remaining is why would God, who made the world approximately 6000 years ago, place this strange artifact for us to find. Was he deliberately trying confuse us or test our faith? For now this find will just have to be added to the myriad other perplexing finds which indicate an earth far, far older than it could be.

Possibly to soften the blow of this find the article also mentioned: “A similar find from this week: An ancient city was discovered under Biblical-era ruins.”



  1. Foolish man. It’s the work of Satan. If you’d read your Book of Mormon you’d know the dark lord, Beelzebub, controls all of earth’s water. Why, i have no idea, but its in the book, therefore this is clearly part of his wicked deception.


    Comment by john zande — November 23, 2013 @ 11:17 am | Reply

  2. Maybe it’s supposed to be a leftover from the biblical flood?


    Comment by List of X — November 23, 2013 @ 6:53 pm | Reply

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