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Sunday, September 25, 2016

Canyons Under Greenland Frustrate Long-Age Adherents

Remember in the February 2014 debate between Ken Ham and Bill Nye the Not Really a Scientist Guy that Nye persisted in using "facts" that should have been embarrassing to any knowledgeable evolutionist? (Interesting that he's the go-to guy on evolution, abortion, global warming, and whatever else strikes the fancy of secularists — but I digress.) One of his ignorant assertions is that there should be more canyons like the Grand Canyon. He should have known about that huge canyon detected in Greenland, but there's more information for him to ignore — which should prove troubling to uniformitarian geologists and to those proclaiming global warming.

The mapping of the canyon areas under Greenland are causing problems not only for secular geologists, but for global warming adherents as well.
Map of thawed areas under Greenland ice image Credits: NASA Earth Observatory / Jesse Allen
(click link for a much larger image, use here does not imply NASA endorsement)
It's another case of Darwinistas being shot with their own gun. That is, using their own assumptions as well as obvious data, the canyons were carved by rivers, not glaciers. More than that, it appears that the area was much warmer, and probably full of life. And that's before humans could be saddled with the responsibility of fouling up the temperature of Earth. Looks like the planet isn't so old after all.
Under the world’s fastest moving glacier, radar has revealed a network of V-shaped canyons carved by temperate rivers.

Live Science posted a new radar map showing “a secret network of rivers,” “frozen in time” under Jakobsvahn Isbrae glacier in Greenland. Today, the landscape is covered in ice 2,000 meters thick. The scientists claim these rivers, trending east to west, are 3.5 million years old, because that’s when the ice sheets began forming according to the secular geological timeline.
For the rest of this chilling story, click on "Radar Reveals Former Warm Landscape Under Greenland".

The mapping of the canyon areas under Greenland are causing problems not only for secular geologists, but for global warming adherents as well.