In this episode, see Noah travel to Colorado to explore the spectacular mountains, streams, pine forest, diverse wildlife, and lush vegetation of Rocky Mountain National Park. He’ll explore how mountains were made during the global Flood by Catastrophic Plate Tectonics, then eroded as the flood waters spilled into the seas. Noah shares about the evidence for this massive erosion and wasting since the flood waters receded. He also explores how other geologic sites like Great Sand Dunes National Park and Devils Tower were built in relation to the formation and erosion of the Rockies.
-The Rockies and other mountains were formed during the Flood through the Catastrophic Plate Tectonic theory
-The different processes that mountains form
-The Flood causes large geologic features as the waters receded
-Devil’s Tower in eastern Wyoming was formed by volcanic activity during the Flood and eroded at the end stages of the Flood