Re: The Bible and Science
I see what you are saying, but the Bible says something else.
Looking at the first few chapters in Genesis, within a very few generations, maybe even within the lifespan of Adam and Eve, quite a bit of industry had developed. Farming, the arts, metalurgy. All this before Noah.
Genesis describes how Adam and Eve had free and open conversation with God. Chapter 3 implies they were in the habit of walking and talking in the garden in the cool of the day. I would guess that, among other things they talked about, God could have used these times of fellowship and conversation to reveal things, knowledge, that it has taken scientists millennia to discover.
God's command to Adam and Eve in Genesis 1 was to be fruitful and multiply, fill the earth and subdue it. To me and others that means 1. populate the earth with offspring; 2. learn earth's secrets, make it serve man's needs.