This study explains what the "firmament" was and where the waters came from that caused the great flood of Noah, and also what the "foundations of the earth" are and why the earth is said to be founded on the seas. The study can be found in English here http://www.wisdomofgod.co/2017/02/06/the-firmament-of-ice-and-the-water-from-the-great-flood/ or in Spanish here http://www.sabiduriadedios.co/2017/02/06/el-firmamento-de-hielo-y-el-agua-de-la-gran-inundacion/ . Let us begin a discussion on these matters.
Your first error...
In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. And the earth was without order, and empty; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters. (Genesis 1:1-2 [JB200])
And it was above these waters that God made dry land appear on the third day of creation,
No, the Scriptures say that the dry land came out of the water, it does not say anywhere that God made land appear "above these waters" like you erroneously claim.
Which is why the earth is said to be founded above the seas,
Of David. A psalm. The earth is the LORD’s, and everything in it, the world, and all who live in it; for he founded it on the seas and established it on the waters. (Psalm 24:1-2 [NIV])
For the dry land, which God called “earth”, is what he founded above the waters, which he called “seas”,
First, here it is interesting that you pick and choose different translations which you think proves your points, speaking of slight of hand...
Second, Scripture says that God made the land out of the water, not on the water...
2 Peter 3:5
For they deliberately overlook this fact, that the heavens existed long ago, and the earth was formed out of water and through water by the word of God,
And God said, "Let the waters under the heavens be gathered together into one place, and let the dry land appear." And it was so.
Plus, as it has to do with Psa. 24:1-2, you appear to be overlooking the fact that David is speaking in Jewish rhym, poetry, he is not speaking literally.
Your third error:
Which means that the center of the earth is a sea of water, hence why the dead will one day come out of the sea,
and the sea did give up those dead in it, and the death and the hades did give up the dead in them, and they were judged, each one according to their works; (Revelation 20:13 [YLT])
First on this point, you obviously know nothing about geology, the center of the earth's mass is too great to be liquid. While there are pools and reservoirs within the earth's crust, leading from the deep, the center of the earth is solid, which is where its magnetism comes from (you know, gravity, what keeps you from flying off into space).
Second, your assumption that Rev. 20:13 means that the sea that the dead will come up out of, because of your assumption that the center of the earth is liquid and not solid, is almost laughable. Are you thinking about this stuff before you write it? Especially in Revelation, the sea almost always stands for the peoples of the nations, not the literal sea. Since people are buried in the earth, and not in the sea, that is its most likely meaning here, especially because saying that they came out of the sea, but not out of the earth, where most of us will be and are, just doesn't make any sense.
Plus, death and hades are two spiritual places, not physical, so your interpretation does not make very good sense logically.
Fourth, you are going way out on a limb here...
And these waters that existed above the firmament were a layer of ice that encapsulated the entire earth, hence this vision of Ezekiel,
And the likeness above the head of the living creatures was as a firmament, as the vision of ice being stretched out over their wings on top. (Ezekiel 1:22 [ABP])
Which is the reason it was called a “firmament”, for this hard layer of ice was like a “vault”, “canopy”, or “tent”, or “curtain” in the sky,
Apparently you don't understand that the firmament that is addressed here is thin air, do you? The "firmament" as the KJV calls it (one of its many errors), is literally an expanse, as much more up to date versions use...which is probably why you didn't use them, because using them would shoot down your whole story line here. The earth was not encapsulated in ice, which is ridiculous in the least if you again understand science. The earth could not support life if it was encapsulated by ice...water vapor, yes, but not if that vapor was frozen solid.
You are quite imaginative, but do not do very much studying to see if what you are giving people is accurate truth. Trying to use a vision and the verbiage of that vision to support your claim was not a very wise thing to do at all, because you are only speculating on what Ezekiel was seeing, because he was only speculating on what he was seeing. Big mistake on your part.
And as for the last sentence, way off course. Again, "firmament" does NOT mean that it was solid or firm, that is only one definition of the Hebrew word there, and does not fit the sentence (which is why it was a poor choice for the KJV people to use it in the first place). It was the expanse of air between the earth's crust and the layer of water vapor separating our atmosphere from outer space. The ONLY difference today between what was there, and what is there now, is that there is less of the water vapor there today than was there in the beginning. Vapor is not ice.
And because this firmament pressurized the air below it is why the waters below also gushed for upwards,
In the six hundredth year of Noah’s life, on the seventeenth day of the second month–on that day all the springs of the great deep burst forth, and the floodgates of the heavens were opened.
Nonsense assumption and speculation on your part, if this is how you conduct all of your little studies, you are going to be in real trouble later. You do not know what you are talking about, and you demonstrate that you have little scientific knowledge of things altogether. If the pressure was that great, then the waters under the earth's crust would NOT have waited until that day to be pressurized and burst forth. Again, you are not thinking about what you are writing. Again, if the pressure of the earth was that great, just imagine how much differently life upon the face of the earth would have been like...or can you do that?
Because just like a soda bottle releases pressure when a bottle is opened, so was pressure released when the ice layer collapsed, thus causing the waters from beneath to also gush forth upwards through the foundations of the earth, further inundating the world in conjunction with the waters that rained from above.
First, there was no ice.
Second, you are not thinking again, it sounds like you are only spewing this stuff forth in order to make yourself look like something you are not...
Again, if the pressure was that great, there would be no animal life on the surface of the earth, because we would have all been crushed by the pressure. You speak as if the pressure would have been contained only below the earth's surface (again, not thinking that through), but if your imagined ice bubble was OUTSIDE OF THE EARTH'S CRUST, then that pressure would have killed anything living.
Nice try, and I applaud the fact that you want to teach people the Scriptures, but you obviously are not called by God to do so, because you don't manifest any gifting to do so. Perhaps you should try playing an instrument in the church band, maybe that is your calling.