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    Awesome Science: Arches/Natural Bridges

    Noah travels to Arches National Park and Natural Bridges National Monument in Utah where explores how catastrophic erosion has produced these incredible rock structures.

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    Awesome Science: Arches/Natural Bridges

    Directed by Kyle Justice 2015 48 min
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    Noah Justice travels to Arches National Park and Natural Bridges National Monument in Utah where explores how catastrophic erosion has produced these incredible rock structures. At Arches he’ll see how sediments were laid down quickly, then were eroded by water catastrophically, leaving behind these arches. He’ll show how the simple rate of erosion should have destroyed these arches long ago if naturalism were true. Then he travels to southern Utah to go under some of the largest natural bridges in the world. He’ll see how the global flood and subsequent flash floods carved these amazing geologic features. Finally, he’ll explore evidence for early Americans living along side dinosaurs here at the monument.
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    Awesome Science: Arches/Natural Bridges

    Noah Justice travels to Arches National Park and Natural Bridges National Monument in Utah where explores how catastrophic erosion has produced these incredible rock structures. At Arches he’ll see how sediments were laid down quickly, then were eroded by water catastrophically, leaving behind these arches. He’ll show how the simple rate of erosion should have destroyed these arches long ago if naturalism were true. Then he travels to southern Utah to go under some of the largest natural bridges in the world. He’ll see how the global flood and subsequent flash floods carved these amazing geologic features. Finally, he’ll explore evidence for early Americans living along side dinosaurs here at the monument.

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