Creationists claim that there is geological evidence that the Grand Canyon was formed as the result of one, or at most a few, flash floods that occurred when water in a huge lake was suddenly released when a lava dam broke. They claim the process was basically the same as the Mount St. Helens eruption, which created a deep channel down one side of the mountain. This, they claim, supports their belief that all of the earth's major geological features were brought about by catastrophic events that occurred in a relatively brief period of time.
Grand Canyon Lava Flows: A Survey of Isotope Dating Methods
Creationist Grand Canyon Argument
Click here to learn about all of your Grand Canyon South Rim tour options. The Skywalk is at Grand Canyon West. Getting to the bottom is easy, enjoy a boat ride on the Colorado River, Guano Point and more. Click here to learn more about West Tours. The North Rim has a more limited approach to Tours. Quieter and requiring more travel time to many of the View points, however, the North Rim is very majestic. There are many lesser known exhilarating tours at the beginning of the Grand Canyon.
Fallen Boulder Reveals 313 Million-Year-Old Fossil Footprints At Grand Canyon
Whenever the worldview of evolution is questioned, the topic of carbon dating always comes up. Here is how carbon dating works and the assumptions it is based upon. Radiation from the sun strikes the atmosphere of the earth all day long.
The history of the Earth and of life on Earth is written in sedimentary rock layers. To understand the history, you must understand the rocks. Sedimentary rock layers of million years old, from the Cambrian Period, provide a record of incredible mystery—what caused the fairly abrupt, in geologic terms, appearance on Earth of a great diversity of early animal forms and their preservation as fossils?