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Grand Canyon Now 70,000,000 Years Old

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It is simply ludicrous,” said Karl Karlstrom, 61, a professor of geology at the University of New Mexico who has made more than 50 river trips through the canyon — one with Flowers, when she chipped her samples off the canyon walls — and helped create the Trail of Time exhibit for the National Park Service.

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Professor Klein talks about connecting the dots. What he seems to mean is that you need to throw into the mix all of the potentially pertinent information before you can start to get a true idea about how old the Grand Canyon is. So let me add another idea.

What if the Grand Canyon is only about 4500 years old. What if in the Great Flood of Noah's day, the whole continent was flooded under massive amounts of water, and then pushed above the waters as before. The runoff would be tremendous. The GC was probably 90% formed in a month.

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