Explore Grand Canyon (32:15)
In this episode, Noah travels to Northern Arizona to find out how the 40 layers of the Grand Canyon were laid down by the Global Flood, then cut quickly, all through catastrophic processes. He then compares other geologic processes found around the world which show additional evidence of quick geologic catastrophe.
Explore Yellowstone (30:28)
In this episode, Noah travels to Wyoming to explore America’s first national park and show evidence of how many of the parks features were created by catastrophe and not long ages. He pays specific attention to the Petrified Forests, showing evidence of why they were not twenty-seven separate forests created over long ages, but quickly laid down by water and fossilized in a matter of a few years.
Explore Petrified Forest NP / Meteor Crater (34:21)
In this episode, Noah travels to Arizona to explore two very odd geologic sites, petrified forests laid down beneath thin rock layers on the desert floor, and a large gouge on the sedimentary layers near the Grand Canyon. The first site reflects the catastrophic events during the Flood and its aftermath. The second site, under a hundred miles away, has helped scientists discover catastrophic processes around the world by bombardment of meteors (which are NOT responsible for the extension of the dinosaurs).
Explore Yosemite/Zion (40:18)
In this episode, Noah travels to the Southwest to explore Yosemite National Park and Zion National Park. He’ll discover amazing evidence for the quick formation of the granite rocks at Yosemite during the Flood, the massive erosion of the granite, and also the quick accumulation of ice in the valleys from ideal conditions right after the Flood. At Zion Noah will explore evidence of how the massive sandstone layers were made during the Flood, then eroded during the sheet and channel erosion as the flood waters receded.
Explore Mount St. Helens (44:53)
In this episode, Noah travels to one of the few active volcanoes in the contiguous United States to find out why it’s called, “God’s gift to creationists.” Through cataclysmic events back in the 1980s, similar geologic features worldwide can now be explained by the Flood using Mount St. Helens as a scale model. Noah explores each of these features at the mountain, including a huge lava cave and lava cast forests. The features found here can help us understand catastrophic processes that were thought by secular scientists to take millions of years taking only hours or days.
Explore John Day Fossil Beds (35:40)
In this episode, Noah travels to Eastern Oregon and explore the John Day Fossil Beds National Monument. It’s here that thousands of feet of Columbia River Basalt are exposed by a major erosional event, most likely the global flood. John Day Fossil Beds are also have the largest collection of mammal fossils in the world. These fossils are supposed millions of years old, yet they show very little change from present mammals. Noah will dig for fossils and explore cool locations such as the Palisades, the Painted Hills, and Picture Gorge. He’ll show strong evidence for this area being formed and eroded quickly just a few thousand years ago.
Explore Glacier National Park (40:30)
In this episode, Noah travels to northwestern Montana to explore the amazing sites and geology at Glacier National Park. He researches evidence for this area being created and eroded quickly by the effects of the global Flood. He’ll share why the Flood provided the right mechanisms to cause the Ice Age and how the end of the Ice Age provides the right conditions for the massive extinctions of mammals like the woolly mammoths.
Explore Rocky Mountain National Park (36:02)
In this episode, Noah travels 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.
Explore Dinosaur National Monument (37 Minutes)
Noah explores Dinosaur National Monument in western Colorado. He’ll explore this amazing site, where hundreds of dinosaur skeletons have been found in a mass graveyard. He’ll take a look at the evidence for the Biblical record of dinosaurs living in recent history and why meteorites just don’t make sense for their demise. He’ll share how the global flood makes much more sense of how they met their end, as well as how they came off the ark and survived for a while after the Flood.
Explore The Mammoth Site (35 Minutes)
Noah explores The Mammoth Site in Hot Springs, South Dakota. He’ll explore this amazing site, where over one hundred mammoths have been preserved in the sediments in an ancient sinkhole. He’ll find out how genetics can explain where the mammoths came from after the global Flood, why radio carbon dating can only give us accurate dates of a few thousand years, and how they could have reproduced so quickly after coming off the ark. Finally, he’ll explore how the Ice Age, caused by the global Flood, would have come and gone quickly, causing the right conditions to force the mammoths into extinction.
Explore Arches National Park / Natural Bridges National Monument (48 Min.)
Noah Justice travels to Arches National Park and Natural Bridges National Monument in Utah where explores how catastrophic erosion has produced these incredible rock structures. At Arches he’ll see how sediments were laid down quickly, then were eroded by water catastrophically, leaving behind these arches. He’ll show how the simple rate of erosion should have destroyed these arches long ago if naturalism were true. Then he travels to southern Utah to go under some of the largest natural bridges in the world. He’ll see how the global flood and subsequent flash floods carved these amazing geologic features. Finally, he’ll explore evidence for early Americans living along side dinosaurs here at the monument.
Explore Mesa Verda / Chaco Ruins National Monument (48 Min.)
Noah explores Mesa Verde, the Aztec Ruins, and Chaco Ruins, where over a thousand years ago early American’s built residences and cities among the cliffs and canyons. He’ll investigate man’s origins from a secular and biblical worldview, showing how the weight of evidence points to our beginning just a few thousand years ago, as the bible infers. He’ll explore how events at the Tower of Babel spread out man across the landscape because of God’s judgment, yet, how this dispersion created most of the people groups we see today. He’ll show how naturalists just don’t have solid answers for the origin of language. And finally, he’ll show how the theory of evolution has only brought division and destruction to man, while the biblical worldview brings meaning and life.