I don't have much time to spend on this, but the Answers Journal has published a paper
using modern scientific data to prove...well...I don't know what they are trying to prove...something about the flood or ice ages or some shit. They are committing intellectual suicide in that they constantly criticize science for using scientific models that disprove their myths, yet here we find them using that data to try to make their own point. They constantly point out that what happens now does not necessarily happen in the past, yet we find them using present data to try to prove their point. This paper is so ill conceived and fragmented that there is no way to try to parse out what it is that they are actually trying to show. I could just as well respond, "Were you there?"
Vardiman, the supposed author (but we see Ken Ham's finger prints in all these bat shit crazy articles,)states, "The mesoscale model and topographical data used in this study were developed and maintained by the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) available at http://www.wrf-model.org
This is a perfect example of how AIG takes valid science and twists it into unidentifiable globs of cow shit strewn across a field. There is no doubt that their minions scroll down the page and see sciency terms and blindly trust that the Hamster is the end all/ be all in the field.
This paper is loaded with false conclusions and fractured logic and it really really pisses me off. If there is any scientist who understands this I would love to see a rebuttal of this "Paper," but alas, that will probably not happen since most serious researchers will not take the time to respond to this type of obvious horse shit. This is one of the more absurd papers published on the Research Journal.
Life is a comedy for those who think, and a tragedy for those who feel.- Horace Walpole