Talk:Footprints in Coconino sandstone appear to have been made underwater (Talk.Origins)
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The results clearly show consistency with the tracks being mad under water and not and inconsistency with damp or or dry sand.
The results clearly show consistency with the tracks being made underwater and inconsistency with damp or dry sand.
Is this in line with what was meant? --Zephyr Axiom 15:24, 13 June 2007 (EDT)
Forming sandstone, forming a canyon
Don't confuse formation of the Coconino sandstone (catastrophic deposition of the sand during the Great Flood) with formation of the Grand Canyon (catastrophic removal of tons of rock after lithification, possibly near the end of the Ice Age). The appearance of the tracks in the sandstone has nothing to do with how the canyon was formed, possibly hundreds of years later. ~ Webster (talk) 02:01, 14 August 2014 (EDT)