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Impressive Flood Evidences in the Coconino Sandstone

John Whitmore teaching at Grand Canyon

Cedarville University geology professor Dr. John Whitmore is considered a leading scientist in the creation science community. He was part of the production of an important documentary that highlights historical evidence for Noah’s Flood. In Mountains After the Floods, Dr. Whitmore discusses his research on fossil fish records recovered from post-Flood basins in Wyoming that formed as a result of rising mountains in the waning stages of the Flood. He was also featured in the 2017 documentary Is Genesis History?

Dr. Whitmore is best known for his important work on the Coconino Sandstone, a well-known rock layer of the Grand Canyon. It is the light beige colored sandstone that is often seen higher in the canyon walls.

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