I am so so happy you watched this! It has me thinking as well. Aside from our personal theory's of god and things of that nature, this study is wonderful at cutting through those things we may not see eye to eye on and allow us to think about our effect on ourselves, our family and our world. I have made a promise to myself to be more aware of my thoughts, as they do have an effect, as Dr. Masaru Emoto has shown us with these enlightening subjects. I have more about him and other theory's along these lines on my website and I am adding more daily! Website link is in my signature.
My problem is that I am fascinated by too many things. I am always watching science and nature programs and pick up all sorts of little scraps of information, and in more recent times I see if and how they relate to the bible. I freely admit I have now given up on trying to prov it wrong and now look for things that just might confirm it. Things like the folld account are fairly easy to compare to events provided you ignore man's time measurement, which is suspect to say the least when it comes to going back millenia. It can be nothing lese because you can only mesure something accurately if you have an accurate starting point, and since no-one was there to measure the starting opint we cannot be 100% sure. Like so many things in science it is part conjecture, part assmuption (always dangerous), and part guess work.
I watch a program on geology where they are showing visible rock strata which have obviosuly been forced up into the air like one end of a sea-saw (or teeter-totter as the Americans call it), and I ask myself what sort of force could have rammed one end of an area of tectonic plate down so hard that the other end sprang up like that, tearing great plates of rock apart.
What could cause a mammoth to freeze so suddemly that it was still standng when dug out of the permafrost and had obviously still been chewing it's food at the time. When I think of how long it takes to freeze a side of beef, which has no protective fur coat, and no warm blood in it's veins as well as no warming action of muscles, and then I see something the size of a mammoth that had obviosuly frozen rigidly before it could even fall over, well it all makes me think.
And what is even more amazing they have been digging mammoths like that out of the melting permafrost for over a century now. They no longer eat them (the meat was still fresh on them, but apparently didn't taste very good) but they are a good source of legal ivory.