Yep, the difference between flood wear (above the water line).
And river wear (at the water line and about a foot or so above it).
But evolutionists will put on blurry glasses and claim they cannot see what we are talking about.
You want to know a test that would prove a flood created canyon? If someone would go to the canyon. Take a picture of the layers (a top portion) and blow it up to life size (the real size of each layer). Then take a core sample that is so many inches down (matching the the inches of the picture). Grind the rocky sand into just sand from the core sample. And then see if water will sort the layers in the same order already laid out in the picture. Which will prove that the layers were sorted by water, and not from the earth aging Geologic column. Because how would evolutionists explain away that water some how sorts the layers in the same order as age?
Maybe we can raise some money and send someone out to do this?
With all due respect to evolutionists...
Of course if any evolutionists wants to know the truth about this, they can also do this and see. But I think I know the answer to that question. For it is better to claim the river carved that Canyon, and sell the idea to the masses, than it is to actually prove it.
I have no fear of the truth.
All due respect and etc, have you ever read any original research papers about the grand canyon? Or done any field work? Taken a geology course?
The best people to ask are often the ones who have spent the most time in the field. Dont call him a cowboy till ya see him ride, as we say out west.
If any creationists want to know the truth about things, they could do some original research, or, read some research papers. Speculation about photos wont do it.
The easiest perspn to fool is likely ourselves; and everyone needs to look out that they are just seeing what they want to see. Dont you think so?
The last thing for a scientist to fear is "the truth". Any that I have known and that is a lot, being around University / college / college people all my life really... all of them say about the same thing, that what got them into research was curiosity, a wish to know what things are and how they work.
A new discovery is great news, not something to fear.
I wonder tho... if somehow the grand canyon was utterly proven to be say ten million years old. Is that something for Christians to fear? Id hope not. Id hope Christianity is more robust than that.
As for myself. if it were determined that the grand canyon was the product of a world wide flood a few thousand years ago, that would amount to the greatest scientific discovery of all time. I would be awed, amazed, fascinated, excited.
What is to fear? It might be the best news i ever got.
Im not out looking to see what I want to see or try to prove some predetermined idea.