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To review, we have read that the earth was once surrounded by a layer of water.  This layer of water diffused the
sun’s shortwave radiation, causing a greenhouse or tropical environment over the entire earth.

The layer of water prevented extreme climate differences.  The layer of water prevented overexposure to the sun’s
harmful shortwave radiation.  Therefore, the layer of water prevented rapid genetic changes within the 
chromosomes of cells.  The aging process was very slow.  Plants and animals lived longer and grew
larger.  Let’s look at the archeological evidence that supports this theory.

Fossils of cockroaches have been discovered over one foot in diameter.

Fossils of dragonflies have been discovered with wingspans over three feet.

In the Sundance Canyon, near Banff in Alberta, Canada, fossilized clams have been found over two feet in length.

Nuatiloid shells, in the Canadian Rockies, have been discovered that are nine feet in diameter.  Today they are no
bigger than a couple inches.

Fossilized remains of the hornless rhinoceros indicate it was over 17 feet tall.

Beavers grew to the size of pigs.  Pigs grew to be the size of cattle.

Deer antlers measured 12 feet in width.

Huge birds reached 11 feet in height.

Reptiles grew to enormous size.  We call these reptiles dinosaurs.

Genesis 5 tells us that man often lived much longer than man of today.  Adam lived 930 years, Seth lived 912
years, Enosh lived 905 years, Kenan lived 910 years, Mahalalel lived 895 years, etc.  Modern man only averages
78 – 80 years and a maximum of 120 years.

Next week we’ll explore what happened?  What destroyed this layer of water?  What changed the earth?

Thank you so much for reading.  God bless.




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