Scientists Warn That Another ‘Biblical’ Flood Could Swipe Across The Earth Soon

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Science warns that a second Biblical ‘Flood’ will hit our planet sooner than expected

Will the “biblical Flood” repeat itself in the near future? According to experts the question isn’t if it will happen, but rather when.

Soon over 100 million people would need to seek refuge into their very own versions of “Noah’s Ark.”

Remember Genesis 7:11 “In the six hundredth year of Noah’s life, on the seventeenth day of the second month–on that day all the springs of the great deep burst forth, and the floodgates of the heavens were opened.”

The Deluge, by John Martin, 1834. Oil on canvas. Yale University The Deluge, by John Martin, 1834. Oil on canvas. Yale University

According to experts, the new flood could change the future of our planet and would affect the territories of Latin America, Europe, the United States and Canada, which are territories where most of the world’s population, around 150 million people live.

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