starman i know those examples but thats not the same as the statement that they all back up the flood or all can be generalized that they followed the same basic events!
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hello, non seed-bearing plants, and all seeds definatly cant stay viable for 44 days. how long the seed stays viable depends on the food stores around the embryo and how effecently the embryo uses those stores. and all plants vary greatly in athe amount of food stored for it in the seed.
surviving as nymphs... first, they would drown because insects breathe air too, underwaterones often have air reserves available... pupa have air holes in their shells... and two, there are very, very few insects living in the oceans, because the nitch they have on land has been taken by copeopods