Crossbedding of Sandstone Deposits Less Sloped Pushed by Water Not More Sloped Like Dunes in Sahara Desert


The ascending slopes of windblown sand dunes such as of the Sahara are about 35 degrees, the accumulations of sand in moving water about 20 degrees, the latter number the slope almost always seen in sandstone sedimentary layers, which with CACO3 precipitated within those layers proves their deposition during Noah’s Flood (see Page titled Natural Selection by Noah’s Flood).