Well I'm convinced :uhh: Look it up. If you were to pump that much water into the earth, the earth would be Quick-Sand. Have fun. Lets see you build your way out of that one. Yup you are right, I just looked it up. Apparently the water has nowhere to go and the entire earth turns into sand and the volume of the water is enough to completely turn the sand into "quick sand". Amazing what you learn on the internet :-k Okay, I'll play 'smart-[wagon]' with you. It's a simple math problem. You take the volume of the entire inside of the Earth, and then the total amount of water you would need to flood the entire Earth to the height of the highest mountain. If the amoun of water = more than the Earth's volume could hold, then it obviously isn't possible. What do you guys think is in the Earth? There is dirt, rocks, metal, gems, oil...Stuff like that, and like, 1/4 of it is a giant molten rock core. There. Just. Isn't. Enough. Room. For. All. That. Water. So the water couldn't form hydrated crystals under all the heat and pressure?