Meteor craters are never found in deeper strata (Talk.Origins)
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- Meteor craters are never found in deeper strata, as they should be if the strata were deposited over many millions of years.
Source: Wysong, R. L., 1981. The Creation-Evolution Controversy. Midland, MI: Inquiry Press, p. 171.
This is simply an out of date claim.
While meteor craters are found in deeper strata, there are more in upper layers than lower layers. This is the opposite of what uniformitarian geology predicts, but exactly the order predicted by the Flood model.