A canyon in three days
Bill Ward, a retired geology professor from the University of New Orleans, described the event. ‘It exposed these rocks so quickly and it dug so deeply [that] there wasn’t a blade of grass or a layer of algae’. Numerous fossils, including worms and dinosaur footprints have been exposed by the flood.
The article compares the rapid formation of this canyon with that of the Grand Canyon, claiming, ‘It took water around 5 million to 6 million years to carve the Grand Canyon, which plunges 6,000 feet at its deepest point and stretches 15 miles at its widest’.
But the journal Creation Research points out that the recent event shows that time doesn’t make a canyon, but a lot of fast flowing water does. At the rate of excavation observed in