The Niagara River

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Before being reinforced with concrete the Niagara River was carving a canyon (upriver from the falls) toward Lake Erie at the rate of 5-8 feet per year. Since the gorge is about seven miles long, this means that IF the rate of erosion was constant over the past, this canyon was carved in only 4000 — 7000 years. If the earth’s sedimentary strata were deposited during a Worldwide Flood, then more erosion would have occurred immediately afterward, before the sediments had time to harden. This supports the lower of these two time frames: and the time we are told that Noah’s Flood occurred.(1)

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