No I prefer to believe that 50 millon barrels of oil pumped every day, and coutless barrels that were pumped over the last 100 years of so, were all formed on a rainy afternoon by some mudslides.
Oh yea, the sky used to be pink.
Oh yea, people lived with dragons, and the devil put a bunch of bones in the ground.
Oh yea, demons run around in little spaceships to fool us into thinking they're aliens.
Oh yea, there used to be an entire ocean above the sky but it fell down and killed everybody.
Oh yea, and every biologist on earth is wrong.
Oh yea, and every palientologist on earth is wrong and has dedicated their life to a lie.
Listen, I could care less if you wanted to believe that the seas are all made of Mello Yellow. Anyone who day after day is presented with the facts and can still talk about fairy tails cannot be reasoned with. The problem results when they try to start teaching impressionable youngsters that this is a viable alternative to facts. When these kids are adults they are free to join the pink sky, young dinosaur club. Until then stick to things that can be proven not conjectures like entire oceans that one existed above the sky (who thinks of this stuff????)