Yes, actually it is. You keep forgetting about the rate of erosion. Right now the rate of erosion is on the order of a centimeter a year. It was even higher during the various glaciations the Earth has seen recently. Orogeny is both an lifting up and a wearing down of strata.<quoted text>
Got it! Only 10 million years at one inch growth per year is roughly 1 million feet increase in height. Aren't the Himalayas in the 30,000 foot ballpark?
Why do creatards tend to look at only half of the driving forces of complex systems?