Awesome Science Series
Season 1, Episode 1 • 28m
In this episode, Noah travels to Northern Arizona to find out how the 40 layers of the Grand Canyon were laid down by the Global Flood, then cut quickly, all through catastrophic processes. He then compares other geologic processes found around the world which show additional evidence of quick geologic catastrophe.
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