GRAND CANYON formation

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GRAND CANYON formation

Post#1 » Sat Jan 07, 2006 8:03 am


GRAND CANYON - On the north side of Mount St. Helens there is a particular deep canyon that was carved in 9 hours on March 19, 1982. It is 1,000 feet wide and about 140 feet deep. Did you read that? Yes, this "mini-grand-canyon" was carved in only hours. There is now a small stream that falls into it and then runs down the middle, following the path of least resistance, but it is important to recognize that that little stream did not carve the big canyon that envelopes it.

There are over 200 recorded legends of the Great Flood remembered by peoples from around the world. In most stories only 1, 3 or 8 persons survived. The Hebrew version (in Genesis, chap. 7-8) says that it took about a year. The waters rose for 150 days, even though the rains only lasted for the first 40 days, according to Noah's eyewitness report. The continents were inundated with muddy, rushing, continental tidal waves. Many fossils appear to have been buried and then re-buried, sometimes in a slurry. As the water and muck receded deep sedimentary layers formed on the continents all around the world. Some huge inland water reserves broke free violently like the Missoula (a.k.a. Spokane) Flood and especially in what we now see as the Grand Canyon.

The Grand Canyon was not laid down slowly then etched out over the course of myth-ions and myth-ions of years. Rather it was carved so rapidly that the sediment was not deposited in a delta downstream. Buy a map and take a look. No river delta. The Grand Canyon was mostly carved quickly shortly after the Great Flood in a similar fashion to the "mini-grand-canyon" on the north side of Mount St. Helens. The little Colorado River does fall into the Grand Canyon from the side (just look at the map again) and then flow down the middle, but scientifically-speaking that little river did not carve the big Grand Canyon. (text by P.A.)

"The Recent, Catastrophic Formation of the Grand Canyon" by Stephen Caesar - CrtnismOrg/caesar/grandcanyon.htm

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