So I would scratch the idea that the origins of Salt content within oceans was the result of a recent (within human memory) interaction. Millions of years of aquatic adaptations to Salt Content would throw a wrench in the idea it resulted virtually overnight via Saturn as well.
Hi Younger Dryas. The question here I think is, "Why look for an alternative theory for the salinity of the Seven Seas, when we already have a perfectly good, time-tested explanation?"Mainstream; that salt is derived from the Earth and subsequently carried into oceans via Rivers holds water.
I will give you 5 good reasons:
1. Velikovsky predicted the presence of water and chlorine/NaCl on Saturn, and it has been discovered, along with isotopic similarities
2. The rocks on earth are too poor in chlorine to account for all the salt in the seas, according to Velikovsky
3. The levels of salt in the seas has been unchanged, not for millions of years, as you remarked, but for hundreds
of millions of years; some might not be satisfied that there is a physical explanation for this
4. If myths and legends are admissible evidence, then I would point out that on every continent, a genuine
majority of nations, tribes and tongues have folk beliefs about a cataclysmic flood. Actually, I have found in
many cases there were two: one flood at creation, and one later flood.
5. Velikovsky's argument is that the uneventful millions and hundreds of millions of years required are not in evidence; but rather, the record shows contorted and violently overthrown strata and a chaotic geologic column that does not include transitions
There, five good reasons! (: But I will start a thread for discussion of the constant level of salt in the oceans, because that is a key, either way you look at it.