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Noah's flood - Can it be still superfluous ?

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  1. Ruh

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    NASA - Scientists Confirm Historic Massive Flood in Climate Change

    " Scientists from NASA and Columbia University, New York, have used computer modeling to successfully reproduce an abrupt climate change that took place 8,200 years ago. At that time, the beginning of the current warm period, climate changes were caused by a massive flood of freshwater into the North Atlantic Ocean."


    [029:014] And verily we sent Noah (as Our messenger) unto his folk, and he continued with them for a thousand years save fifty years; and the flood engulfed them, for they were wrong-doers.


     
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    It has long been known that flood stories are widespread all over the world, with stories of the flood in some ancient Near Eastern communities, india, Burma, China, Malays, Australia and the Pacific Islands, and in all Indian communities.
    The most important of these stories is the story of the Sumerian flood, the story of the Babylonian flood, and the story of the Jewish flood as told by the Torah, and despite the distortion of these stories, it is agreed that there was a great flood and that there was a good man who built the ark and carried in it from every animal a couple in addition to his family and those who followed him who believe in God
     
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    It seems highly unlikely that the Middle Eastern people that created the Epic of Gilgamesh and the related story of Noah's Flood would have known about the drainage of glacial lakes in N. America.
     
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    True that . This research of NASA is now on scientific foundation .
     
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    The cause of 8.2 Kiloyear even affected Asia as well .
     
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    OK. I have to stop posting here though, as I'm not muslim. Fi Amanillah.
     
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    We still can opt for friendly discussion .
     
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    By the way your Arabic greeting of departure was so correct though you are not a Muslim . JazakALLAH khair ya habibi.
     
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    Got it boss .
     
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    Until the late 1900s, people believed that the Torah was the oldest source of the flood story, but recent discoveries proved that this was an illusion, as in 1853 a copy of the Babylonian flood novel was found, and between 1889 and 1900, the first American mission to dig in Iraq discovered the clay tablet containing the Sumerian story of the flood in the city of Nebur (Nefar) and then others followed.
    The summary of the story according to the Sumerian novel about a king called (Ziosoda) and was described as piety, this king was afraid of God, and keen to serve him in humility and reverence, and he prolongs the look to the holy place, and he evaluates the decision prepared by the complex of gods to send the flood as described the board storm and rain, which lasted seven days and seven nights in which the flood sweeps the earth, where he is described (Zeusuda) as the person who preserved the human race through the construction of The ship.
     
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