Unbeknownst to most, "Noah's Flood didn't cover thet Himalaya, it formed them"!
Think I'm kidding don't you?
You think that no one who had the ability to talk, walk or chew gum could even utter those words don't you?
<bqi>"Mt. Everest and the Himalayan range, along with the Alps, the Rockies, the Appalachians, the Andes, and most of the world's other mountains are composed of ocean-bottom sediments, full of marine fossils laid down by the Flood. Mt. Everest itself has clam fossils at its summit. These rock layers cover an extensive area, including much of Asia. They give every indication of resulting from cataclysmic water processes. These are the kinds of deposits we would expect to result from the worldwide, world-destroying Flood of Noah's day.
At the end of the Flood, after thick sequences of sediments had accumulated, the Indian subcontinent evidently collided with Asia, crumpling the sediments into mountains. Today they stand as giantsfolded and fractured layers of ocean-bottom sediments at high elevations. No, Noah's Flood didn't cover the Himalayas, it formed them!" </bqi>
Read the entire POS http://www.icr.org/article/520/ Did Noah's Flood Cover the Himalyan Mountains?</a target="_blank">>