Without actually checking out your claim I'm going to point out a logical fallacy that you have made numerous times. It is a fallacy that underpins both the Creationist movement and most Conspiracy Theories:<quoted text>Yet...
in the Grand canyon... Layers 50' above the other show the same dates....
Gee... how could this be?
"One of the most common and insidious bits of cognitive self-deception is the process of anomaly hunting. A true anomaly is something that cannot be explained by our current model of nature – it doesn’t fit into existing theories. Anomalies are therefore very useful to scientific inquiry because they point to new knowledge, the potential to deepen or extend existing theories.
For example, the orbit of Mercury could not be explained by Newtownian mechanics – it was a true anomaly. It and other anomalies hinted at the fact that Newton’s laws of motion were incomplete in a fundamental way. This recognition eventually led to Einstein’s revolution of relativity theory.
Pseudoscientists – those pretending to do science (maybe even sincerely believing they are doing science) but who get the process profoundly wrong, use anomalies in a different way. They often engage it what we call anomaly hunting – looking for apparent anomalies. They are not, however, looking for clues to a deeper understanding of reality. They are often hunting for anomalies in service to the overarching pseudoscientific process of reverse engineering scientific conclusions.
What this means is that pseudoscience almost always works backwards – that is its primary malfunction, starting with a desired conclusion and then looking for evidence and twisting logic to support that conclusion."
As it turns out, the geology of the Grand Canyon is pretty well understood. It is complex but it does not provide any evidence of a global flood. And frankly the idea that a flood can carve the Grand Canyon in 40 days (or even 40 years) is ridiculous.