HA! I posted in another thread that the amount of water required for the Great Flood

[1] would be extraordinary. Theists countered that this water came from the mysterious "fountains in the deep" or some BS. Well, considering that the minimum amount of water that would be necessary for the Great Flood, 840,730,240,000,000,000,000 gallons, and considering that on the planet there is 332,500,000 cubic miles of water in total, which is 366,121,451,520,000,000,000 gallons, one can see that there is some disparity of numbers. The amount of water required for the flood would require 2.2963 times the amount of water found on our planet, and that's

**in addition** to the planetary H

_{2}O total (since a flood would require water on top of the already existing water), for a total of a staggering 1,206,851,691,520,000,000,000 gallons of water total, or 3.2963 times the actual amount of water. I hereby submit for your approval that, using mathematics, we can actually entirely scientifically disprove the story of Noah's Flood. I'll never say I hate math again.