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Saturday, October 6, 2007

So What Do You Think About This? The Canyon Lake Gorge In Texas

How long do you think the Canyon Lake Gorge in Texas has been around?
"A torrent of water from an overflowing lake sliced open the earth in 2002, exposing rock formations, fossils and even dinosaur footprints in just three days."
Only 5 years ago, and it only took 3 days to form. WHAT?
"The mile-and-a-half-long gorge, up to 80 feet deep, was dug out from what had been a nondescript valley covered in mesquite and oak trees. It sits behind a spillway built as a safety valve for Canyon Lake, a popular recreation spot in the Texas Hill Country between San Antonio and Austin."
Is this the first time this kind of thing has happened? No.
"The sudden exposure of such canyons is rare but not unprecedented. Flooding in Iowa in 1993 opened a limestone gorge behind a spillway at Corvalville Lake north of Iowa City, but that chasm, Devonian Fossil Gorge, is narrower and shallower than Canyon Lake Gorge."
The next statement in this article baffles the mind when we see current evidence like this in the world.
"Neither compares to the world's most famous canyon. 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."

So was the Grand Canyon formed the way most evolutionist believe? There is a lot of evidence to suggest otherwise.

Yes, I know that the Grand Canyon is bigger, wider, longer, and deeper; but after seeing this evidence on a smaller scale could not a cataclysmic world wide flood cause the Grand canyon?

Read this and this for a start.

P.S. No I am not a scientist, Just looking at the evidence and using common sense. This is just my personal opinion.

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