Submarine Canyons and the Genesis Flood

Biblical creation geologists like to talk about rocks and geological formations, and we benefit by learning from their studies and conclusions. Think back to the debate between Ken Ham and Bill Nye the Leftist Propaganda Guy and you may recall his false assertion that there should be more canyons like the Grand Canyon. There are, and he should have known that. Mayhaps he did know.

There are underwater canyons that are larger than the Grand Canyon. Uniformitarian geologists cannot adequately explain what is observed, but creation science Flood models provide adequate analyses.
Hudson Canyon map image credit: NOAA
There is a network of canyons under Greenland (among others), but what interests us today is the abundance of submarine canyons in the oceans. The Hudson Canyon is within riding distance of me —

"Do you ride your horse to it, Cowboy Bob?"

Sure, I ride through Manhattan like Sam McCloud, then head into Long Island. But seriously, you can't see submarine canyons very well without special equipment. A submarine would be mighty helpful. What's really interesting is that many of these canyons are bigger than the Grand Canyon, and they look like those that are found on the surface. Uniformitarian geologists try to offer some explanations, but they don't rightly hold water. Creation science models involving recent creation and the Genesis Flood, on the other hand, fit the observed evidence very well.
Many have stood at the rim of Grand Canyon awed by its great depth and enormous size. Surprisingly, our Earth has other even larger canyons, but they are unseen since they lie underwater. . . These are submarine canyons that run away from the coast, sometimes starting close to shore. Submarine canyons are incredible landforms that point to the catastrophic impact of Noah’s Flood.
Submarine canyons differ from deep-sea trenches, like the Mariana Trench, the deepest place in the oceans. Trenches generally run parallel to the shoreline in deep water. 
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Submarine canyons differ from slope canyons, which are common. Slope canyons have an average spacing of 33 km (20 miles), and there are around 6,000 deeper than 100 m (330 ft).
To immerse yourself in the full article, click on "Submarine canyons bigger than Grand Canyon". You may also want to see the video, "Canyons everywhere".