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Talk:Grand Canyon was carved by retreating Flood waters (Talk.Origins)
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Re: "There are plenty of streamlined relict islands (http://www.spaceimaging.com/gallery/ioweek/archive/00-06-11/index.htm) all around the Grand Canyon."
There are none in the image provided.
Re: "Check out the cracks in parking lot or sidewalk. They meander all over the place"
Checked, and they don't. Specifically, they don't contain features where the direction of the crack repeatedly turns through angles > 180 degrees. But the grand canyon does.
Roy 17:50, 1 Feb 2005 (GMT)
Re: here are none in the image provided.
There several outside the canyon and a few possible examples insides.
Re: Checked, and they don't. Specifically, they don't contain features where the direction of the crack repeatedly turns through angles > 180 degrees. But the grand canyon does.
Funny, the images and maps do not show turn over 180 degrees.
Not all cracks show signifficant meandering but some do. It looks as though some pictures will have to be added to the article thanks for the help.
For turns of over 180 degrees, look at the direction of flow between (i) the junction with the Little Colorado (flowing SSE), (ii) east of Supai (flowing NE), and (iii) north of Peach Springs (flowing S)
Roy 16:42, 7 Feb 2005 (GMT)