The Navajo Sandstone is one of the largest supposedly wind-deposited formations in the geological record and is estimated to have once covered up 400,000 km2, the size of the state of California. It reaches a thickness of 670 m in Zion National Park and thins eastward. Moving such a volume of sand all the way across North America would require large, powerful currents.
Mike shows that the transport of these sands such vast distances is evidence for the global Flood catastrophe. The biblical Flood easily accounts for large-scale, high-velocity currents. In fact, Flood currents are a better explanation than rivers, especially for a really widespread deposit of large clasts that have been carried long distances.
Further, these Flood currents support the other evidence that suggests that the ‘eolian’ sands of the southwestern United States were actually deposited by aqueous means.
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