Author Supports Occurrence of Worldwide Flood

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Michael Jaye, Ph.D., announces new publication

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In his new book, “The Worldwide Flood: Uncovering and Correcting the Most Profound Error in the History of Science,” Michael Jaye, Ph.D., demonstrates that geologists erred when they concluded there was never a worldwide flood, and he challenges their modern-day peers to examine foundational beliefs in the presence of new map data.

“About 200 years ago, geologists determined that there was never a worldwide flood,” Jaye says. “But the early geologists’ conclusion – which affects all of science to this day – is indisputably erroneous.” The author explains how ubiquitous submerged structures like Monterey Canyon formed and what caused their submersion. Jaye identifies and analyzes the impact remnants left by the object that delivered the flood, and he explains how the new waters forever changed Earth’s ecosystem. Humans are among surviving species, but they are ill-adapted to the post-flood ecosystem.

In addition, Jaye discusses how Google Earth is historically equivalent to Galileo’s telescope: new data revealed by the instruments overturned prevailing yet incorrect science.

“My finding unifies science with the human narrative tradition,” Jaye says. “We humans understand neither where we are from nor what happened to our planet because of geology’s historic error that has affected the last 200 years of human understanding. This is our story and our planet’s story. Most humans should be interested in it.”

“The Worldwide Flood: Uncovering and Correcting the Most Profound Error in the History of Science”
By Michael Jaye, Ph.D.
ISBN: 9781480844315 (softcover); 9781480844339 (hardcover); 9781480844322 (eBook)
Available at the Archway Publishing Online Bookstore, Amazon, and Barnes & Noble

About the author
Michael Jaye, Ph.D., recently retired as an associate professor at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California. He previously spent 15 years teaching mathematics and its applications at West Point, New York. His interest in the worldwide flood began with Google Maps images of the Monterey Canyon system. To learn more, please visit http://www.theworldwideflood.com.

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