Bent or Folded Sedimentary Layers in Mountain Ranges Without Tension Cracks Help Prove Noah’s Flood Dynamics


In the mountain ranges of the world are folded (bent) sedimentary rock layers which were laterally compressed for the folding while the sedimentary layers were still wet and soft, proven by the complete lack of tension cracks in those layers. The mountains rose at the close of that global cataclysm about 4,350 years ago (see Page titled Natural Selection by Noah’s Flood) when the floodwater flowed off the continents (into the new deepening ocean basins), shearing the the sides of the uplifts resulting in the sculpted look of the mountain ranges today; the logic of geology confirming Noah’s Flood.