Michael Bastos

The Case for Catastrophism

Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Pre-Flood Conditions and Implications for Contemporary Scientific Understanding

The Case for Catastrophism

Abstract: This paper investigates the theoretical conditions under which Earth could have experienced and survived significant catastrophic events, drawing from diverse fields such as geology, climatology, astronomy, and religious studies. By juxtaposing current scientific understanding with traditional religious texts and interpretations, particularly from the Bible, we embark on a journey to re-evaluate long-held assumptions and present a cohesive narrative that aligns with both catastrophic and non-catastrophic geological evidence.

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