Depositional Features of a Worldwide Flood
Presence of Tightly Bent Strata Without Cracking
In many mountain regions throughout the world, sediment strata just a few feet to hundreds of feet thick are radically bent and folded. According to standard geologic time scale (that is, old earth scenario), these sediment layers are separated in time by many millions of years—and they were deeply buried and solidified hundreds of millions of years before they were subjected to deformation (that is, bending, folding, tilting). In most cases, visual and empirical evidence indicates that folding occurred without cracking—which, in turn, implies that folding occurred shortly after deposition while the sediment was still wet and pliable.27 Such evidence is difficult for the uniformitarian geologist and evolutionist to explain away—it has simply been rejected and ignored.