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Flood mechanics

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Flood Mechanics refers to the mathematical calculations required to verify Flood Geology. Important work on this field has been done by many important creation scientists, such as Russell Humphreys. Most notably, it has been proved that the salt concentration levels of the Atlantic ocean, which was once a major obstacle to creation science, can now be explained by the use of Newton and his principle of erosion.

Proof of the young earth through salt concentration

Take \scriptstyle -{\frac  {e^{2}}{4\pi \ \epsilon _{0}\ }}{\frac  {1}{r}} as the starting point. e is the density of salt in the ocean. Pi represents the ocean salt concentration constant as demonstrated by Newton. It follows that if such is correct, we can make the logical and scientific move to:

-{\frac  {\hbar ^{2}}{2m}}{\frac  {d^{2}\psi }{dx^{2}}}=E\psi .

Thus, the pheta demonstrates the existence of salt levels in the ocean that verify the fasilty of the evolutionist doctorine. When we seek such falsity out, it is obvious that it is there. The salt concentration is circa 5.53 dm cubed in the Atlantic ocean. According to quantum mechanics, the y-factor in such a work will be obvious and realise itself. Let us turn to the mathetmatics again. We understand that if the pheta is to represent salt levels, and the iota represents the theoretical sub-atomic particle "Higg's-boson" we can solve the problem with reference to \psi =Ae^{{ikx}}+Be^{{-ikx}}\;\;\;\;\;\;E={\frac  {\hbar ^{2}k^{2}}{2m}}, and find a new manner of exploring God's good work.

Proof of salt concentration through the young earth

The earth, being only 6000 years old, should not have a high salt concentration. But it does. This must be explained through the prevalence of extreme erosion in the times of the flood, where all land was below sea level. We can reference this to : \psi =Ae^{{ikx}}+Be^{{-ikx}}\;\;\;\;\;\;E={\frac  {\hbar ^{2}k^{2}2348894829384\hbar ^{2}!}{2m}}