The article referenced is not written by a YEC but buy an OEE. The article infers that the water basically was incorporated there at the formation of the earth some 4.5 billion years ago. The only other mechanism that it gives for water making it's way into these layers is by plate subduction.
I see absolutely no information that supports a global flood from the referenced article.
Sorry, did you want the information from a YEC site instead? And your complaint there would have been: Creation is not scientific so this means nothing?
I left a reference from a source that would be more suitable for anti-worldwide flooders.
Also, if subduction is what put the water there, over billions of years should not all the water be under the earth by now? Because subduction still happens, right? So at what rate would you say this happens, and could you prove it?
Annoucing things like they are true just does not make it true.
Example: Like the claim that it takes millions of years to make oil. What did they base this on? Nothing. Only that they needed to make claims that would support old earth. Problem is, it's been proven wrong.
Remember how long it takes for coal to form? Millions of years right?
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Funny how door knobs found by divers in a ship wreckage, had coal formed around them.
So the annoucing that something else besides the flood did this, only sets yourself up to be proven wrong. So to what evidence would you make such a claim? And to what research and written paper would you refer us to?