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while the earth was young it was covered with water. the flood happened while the earth was young. my source was the discovery channel. and everybody knows thats what scientists think anyways. thats why there are so many expaditions to go look for lost ships of the flood and stuff like that."

"yes i do admit that the colarado river does do erosion to the canyon but i and many others believe that the river couldnt have eroded that much i 6,000 years. and the canyon is very high. the river was not that deep at one time to have washed out the top and bottom of the canyon. it would have only eroded the bottom."

"whatever. continental drift. its hard to believe thats how all these fossils of things that were way at the bottom of the ocean have been found up there. but believe what you want. i dont care.

punkrocker71, POD Warrior Forum 3 Comments [11/1/2002 12:00:00 AM]
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The river has never been deep. It has just gone lower as the bottom was washed away.

1/11/2008 12:58:59 AM


"... it would have only eroded the bottom." Oh, Chthulhu, just climb up out of your briny depths and eat poor stupid punkrocker71 now, I beseech thee.

9/20/2013 6:50:00 PM


You're right. It wouldn't have eroded that much in 6000 years. Now what other conclusions can we come to, class?

12/27/2016 10:23:42 PM

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