Serious question, as I cannot see how fresh water fish, some of which rely on very narrow and specific conditions, survived in seawater.
Fine one before I start the day
You are working on a number of assumptions:Can someone help me, if all the world was flooded with sea water, how did freshwater fish survive?
The oceans existed before the flood
The oceans if they existed were salinated
Fish cannot generationally adapt to slow salination.
With salination specifically currently it is getting saltier, which means that before it was less salty, which means something started the process, which leaves the possibility that once it had no salt.
You are assuming that before the flood there was more than one climate, that the tilt actually always existed. A comet impact could easily cause the current tilt and introduce climates as well as seasons to which plants and animals started adapting.How did the ark maintain different climates within itself to cater for the various animals specific natural habitats?
You got me thereHow did they keep animals like elephants well exercised?
And stars? The world was created in 7 days, 6000 years ago, according to Young Earth Creationists. Given the speed of light and the distance that stars are away from Earth, how do we see some of them, if they were only created 6000 years ago?
If for argument sake the earth was created at the centre of the universe and then the universe was literally stretched away from it uni-directionally then the light would remain even though the stars had moved. Also if you so drastically stretch universal
Which makes me wonder... does the continued stretching actually create the flow of time?