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    AS: Petrified Forest / Meteor Crater

    Noah explores how Petrified Forest National Park was created during the Flood and how Meteor Crater was a post-flood catastrophe

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    AS: Petrified Forest / Meteor Crater

    Directed by Kyle Justice 2012 35 min
    In this episode, Noah travels to Arizona to explore two very odd geologic sites, petrified forests laid down beneath thin rock layers on the desert floor, and a large gouge on the sedimentary layers near the Grand Canyon. The first site reflects the catastrophic events during the Flood and its aftermath. The second site, under a hundred miles away, has helped scientists discover catastrophic processes around the world by bombardment of meteors (which are NOT responsible for the extension of the dinosaurs).

    Learn How:
    -Millions of acres of petrified forests were created during the Flood
    -The the amazing Teepees were created by underwater volcanic action
    -Meteor Crater was the key to recognizing other craters around the world
    -A large meteor was NOT responsible for killing off the dinosaurs

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    AS: Petrified Forest / Meteor Crater

    In this episode, Noah travels to Arizona to explore two very odd geologic sites, petrified forests laid down beneath thin rock layers on the desert floor, and a large gouge on the sedimentary layers near the Grand Canyon. The first site reflects the catastrophic events during the Flood and its aftermath. The second site, under a hundred miles away, has helped scientists discover catastrophic processes around the world by bombardment of meteors (which are NOT responsible for the extension of the dinosaurs).

    Learn How:
    -Millions of acres of petrified forests were created during the Flood
    -The the amazing Teepees were created by underwater volcanic action
    -Meteor Crater was the key to recognizing other craters around the world
    -A large meteor was NOT responsible for killing off the dinosaurs

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