Creation Day 2: Fire in Water

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2nd response.
You said, “Hebrew is likely the most ancient language that man speaks or ever spoke.” Genesis 10 is one of the proofs for this, and so are the earliest names in the English & Irish Genealogies in ‘After The Flood’ by Bill Cooper B.A.Hons. How so?
All the names & places in Genesis 10 are translatable Hebrew words, despite the old commentaries speculating that most of them were probably of foreign origin. The majority of the names are describing geological events, the first generation describing geological events that took place on the Armenian side of Mt Ararat, the second generation describing the development of Lesser Ararat, the seven mile fault line between the two Ararats overflowing with lava, and then both mountains erupting at the same time, and then fleeing from a mud flow. The third generation describes more geological events related to volcanic activity, and water overflowing, possibly cutting away a canyon at Maku, the fourth generation (Peleg & Joktan, their names go together) the land being divided by channels of water & being shortened because of it, & then the fifth generation (Joktan’s sons) migrating & more volcanic activity. The research for that can be found at
They confirm Dr Walt Brown’s research. The names of the 2nd generation also prove that volcanic activity didn’t exist until after the Flood, because they stuck around & continued having more babies instead of fleeing the scene!

The translation of the earliest names in the English & Irish Genealogies in ‘After The Flood’ by Bill Cooper are describing volcanic activity, migrations, building a city , a rebellion, and a great tower rising, and two lines keeping the original language afterwards because they weren’t involved in the rebellion. That research can be found at

There is also a medical doctor who is doing research on Ancient Proto-Sinaitic script in the Armenian-Turkey area describing Noah & his family, etc. See