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Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Playing the Slots with Flood Formations

A "slot canyon" is much deeper than it is wide, a narrow gorge that, by all accounts, is gorge-ous.


Uniformitarian geologists have attempted some explanations of the formation of slot canyons that fall far short of observable data. In reality, they are explained far better by catastrophic global Flood geology.
Credit: Freeimages / Antelope Canyon / Kristin Smith

Uniformitarian geologists have attempted some explanations that fall far short of observable data. In reality, slot canyons are explained far better by catastrophic global Flood geology.

We’ve all seen photos of those exquisitely beautiful and mysterious canyons with swirling, multicolored sandstone layers that look almost like marble cake. Known as “slot canyons” (their depth is much greater than their narrow width), most usually have a “sometimes dry” streambed flowing through them. What formed these remarkably sculptured beauties?
These inspiring canyons are exotic and often remote. The state of Utah sports a concentration of them. Over the years, Native Americans have attached spiritual significance to these treasures. Many of the stirring photos we’ve seen were taken from helicopters or by daredevils on hang gliders, darting in and out among the rocks. Those fortunate enough to have visited these hard-to-access canyons and the contorted sandstone beds they display so valued their experience they returned with their own lasting memories on film.
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