9. Why Do People Not Believe that Evolution Happened? ==>
   9.3. Specious Arguments Against Evolution ==>
     9.3.2. Nature of specious arguments ==>
       9.3.2.3. Arguments of Last Resort ==>
         9.3.2.3.1. God Gave The Appearance Of Age ==>

9.3.2.3.1.6. Short Time For MAJOR Accomplishments

When was "The Flood"

(Source: Genesis, chapter 5)

BC

4000 - God created Adam

3870 - Seth, son of Adam born

3765 - Enos, son of Seth born

3675 - Cainan, son of Enos born

3605 - Mahalaleel, son of Cainan born

3540 - Jared, son of Mahalaleel born

3378 - Enoch, son of Jared born

3313 - Methuselah, son of Enoch born

3126 - Lamech, son of Methuselah born

By the way ...

When Lamech was born, nine generations were alive at once.

Adam, Seth, Enos, Cainan, Mahalaleel, Jared, Enoch, Methuselah, and Lamech were all alive at the time of Lamech's birth.

Adam lived to see his great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson. AMAZING!

2944 - Noah, son of Lemech born

2444 - Shem, Ham, Japheth, sons of Noah born

2344 - "The Flood" Genesis 7:6 "And Noah was six hundred years old when the flood of waters was upon the earth

2343 - Flood ended, waters receded

 

(By the way... who is keeping track of these birthdays? Had a calendar even been developed that early?

And how did Moses remember all this (birthdays, progeny, death dates)? There was nothing to write it all down on except stone tablets

So, in 2343 BC, we started over with 8 people and two (or seven) animals of every kind.

NOW, 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 rediscover and implement mathematics, engineering, astronomy, government, agronomy, tool making, etc. in order to construct some of the things listed below.

Have you ever seen the aftermath of a flood? Think Katrina. Think WORLDWIDE flood! There's not much you can do for a long time.

None-the-less...

Construction Dates of Egyptian Pyramids

Read about the http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Egyptian_pyramids Construction of the 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.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pyramid / PharaohReignField

"/wiki/Djoser" title="Djoser">Djoserc. 2630 - 2612 BC "/wiki/Saqqara" title="Saqqara">Saqqara
"/wiki/Sneferu" title="Sneferu">Sneferuc. 2612 - 2589 BC "/wiki/Dashur" title="Dashur" class="mw-redirect">Dashur
"/wiki/Sneferu" title="Sneferu">Sneferuc. 2612 - 2589 BC "/wiki/Dashur" title="Dashur" class="mw-redirect">Dashur
"/wiki/Sneferu" title="Sneferu">Sneferuc. 2612 - 2589 BC "/wiki/Meidum" title="Meidum">Meidum
"/wiki/Khufu" title="Khufu">Khufuc. 2589 - 2566 BC "/wiki/Giza_pyramid_complex" title="Giza pyramid complex">Giza
"/wiki/Djedefre" title="Djedefre">Djedefrec. 2566 - 2558 BC "/wiki/Abu_Rawash" title="Abu Rawash">Abu Rawash
"/wiki/Khafre" title="Khafre" class="mw-redirect">Khafrec. 2558 - 2532 BC "/wiki/Giza_pyramid_complex" title="Giza pyramid complex">Giza
"/wiki/Menkaure" title="Menkaure" class="mw-redirect">Menkaurec. 2532 - 2504 BC "/wiki/Giza_pyramid_complex" title="Giza pyramid complex">Giza
"/wiki/Sahure" title="Sahure">Sahurec. 2487 - 2477 BC "/wiki/Abu_Sir" title="Abu Sir" class="mw-redirect">Abu Sir
"/wiki/Neferirkare_Kakai" title="Neferirkare Kakai">Neferirkare Kakaic. 2477 - 2467 BC "/wiki/Abu_Sir" title="Abu Sir" class="mw-redirect">Abu Sir
"/wiki/Nyuserre_Ini" title="Nyuserre Ini">Nyuserre Inic. 2416 - 2392 BC "/wiki/Abu_Sir" title="Abu Sir" class="mw-redirect">Abu Sir
"/wiki/Amenemhat_I" title="Amenemhat I">Amenemhat Ic. 1991 - 1962 BC "/wiki/Lisht" title="Lisht">Lisht
"/wiki/Senusret_I" title="Senusret I">Senusret Ic. 1971 - 1926 BC "/wiki/Lisht" title="Lisht">Lisht
"/wiki/Senusret_II" title="Senusret II">Senusret IIc. 1897 - 1878 BC "/wiki/El-Lahun" title="El-Lahun">el-Lahun
"/wiki/Amenemhat_III" title="Amenemhat III">Amenemhat IIIc. 1860 - 1814 BC "/wiki/Hawara" title="Hawara">Hawara

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/a/af/All_Gizah_Pyramids.jpg

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CLICK IMAGE TO SEE TERRIFIC ENLARGEMENT

Ask yourself how these could have been built immediately after the flood with inbred moron labor.

 

NOTE: Clicking on the "Pyramid" link or the "Field" link will cause a "Page Not Found Error".

To open the selected web page, replace "tschaber.net" with "en.wikipedia.org" in the location bar.

 

Not to mention these other significant achievements...

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stonehenge#Stonehenge_1_.28ca._3100_BC.29 Stonehenge 3100 - 2400 BC

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_Wall_of_China Great Wall of China started 500 BC

"Several walls, referred to as the Great Wall of China, were built since the 5th century BC."

 

Greek Civilization (began circa 1200 BC)