>We also don't see the Flood happening today either. But we DO see
>slow processes depositing rocks today. And this is why the standard
>geologic theory is better than the others.
Do we see any processes depositing coarse sand and conglomerates over
100,000 sq.mi. like the Shinarump Conglomerate (requiring high energy
water), on top of over 5000 ft of similarly widespread strata (the entire
Grand Canyon series), and overlain by many more widespread layers including
the Morrison Formation (400,000 sq.mi.) with few places showing erosion