Geology of Uplifted Mountain Ranges Proves Their Rapid Tectonic Formation at Close of Noah’s Flood Catastrophe


The folded sedimentary layers seen in road-cuts into hills and the sides of mountains almost always show no radial tension cracks, proving that the layers were still moist when bent (“folded”) during the compression which uplifted the sedimentary layers to have become mountain ranges (such as the Alps), the sedimentary layers having begun to dry when the water of Noah’s Flood began to slide off the continents into the new and then deepening ocean basins (because the hot lava floors cooled).