Photo is at Red Rocks Colorado, October 2010~
This photo more clearly illustrates the points of my last posting. What could have caused such a heavy color variance in layers? The logical explanation would or could be any of the following:
- Shifting polar ice packs cause oceanic overspill.
- comet or meteor ocean impact causing tsunami overspill
- solar flares melting earths crust
- world covering volcanic events
- earth crust displacement
- possibly the last stage of mans final war
Who knows, but I know I see very similar colored layers right in the eroding banks of the Chesapeake Bay, caused by what is known by the scientific community as the Yunger-Dryas incident.