Joined: Mar. 2005
Re somebody's "I cannot walk one mile, or dig one foot deep in my back yard without seeing “obvious” evidence of a great prehistoric flood"
My thought on that is that evidence of a world-wide event would have to be, well, world-wide: a pattern that could be seen all around the world. (Example: traces of a particular element such as iridium, at depths of the same age, whereever stuff of that age didn't get eroded away in the meantime.)
Observations made within a backyard, or even over a distance of only one mile, just would not suffice for that.
(I guess my problem is that I'm trying to apply logic to the question, huh?)