Sand from 1,000 miles away!

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This is Ken Ham, author , and speaker on science and the Bible’s reliability.

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If you’ve been to the Grand Canyon, your breath was probably taken away. The sheer size and beauty of this geological marvel are jaw-dropping. But there’s something even more amazing about the canyon.

The quartz that makes up the Coconino Sandstone layer came from northern Utah or Wyoming—that’s a huge distance for such a massive amount of quartz to travel.

And if you go to Zion National Park in Utah, you’ll find something even more amazing. Those sand grains most likely came from over a thousand miles away from New York, Pennsylvania, and Canada!

Now, what could transport so much material that far? Only the floodwaters of the global Noah’s Flood!

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