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+ - Scientists say strong winds parted the Red Sea->

Submitted by insufflate10mg
insufflate10mg (1711356) writes "Scientists at the National Center for Atmospheric Research http://ncar.ucar.edu/home have released simulations showing how a strong/long gust of wind could have reduced the height of the Red Sea in a particular area and reveal a "bridge" type landmass. This story is just another stepping stone in the journey to explain many of the events described in religious scripture."
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Scientists say strong winds parted the Red Sea

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