Nonsense of Noah
|When was "The Flood"?
(Source: Genesis, chapter 5)
So, in 2343 BC, we started over with 8 people and two (or seven) animals of every kind.
Is it reasonable that all of the following could have happened SINCE 2342 BC?
Bare in mind that the population was heavily inbred, yet needed to discover and implement mathematics, engineering, astronomy, government, etc. in order to construct some of the things listed below.
The prehistory of Egypt stretches from about 8000 BCE. The history, that is, what was written down at the time, stretches from ~3500 BCE through invasions by Hyksos, Hittites, Romans, through floods, famines, insurrections, twenty-odd ruling dynasties, massive building projects, and the mind-boggling minutiae of royal bureaucracy.
They also build Pyramids, the construction of which took thousands of people - some of them in the same year as the flood:
Construction dates of Egyptian Pyramids
The following table lays out the chronology of the construction of most of the major Egyptian pyramids. Each pyramid is identified through the pharaoh who ordered it built, their approximate reign and its location.
Here are some other major accomplishments that were accomplished shortly after the waters receded.