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Published on Feb 11, 2009
Charles Darwin camped on the Santa Cruz River at the basalt cliffs on April 26, 1834. From "Camp Darwin" in Argentina he interpreted the river valley as having been eroded by extremely slow process during enormous time. Dr. Steve Austin shows that the landscape that Darwin saw was eroded extremely rapidly by a giant river flood that was six miles wide and four hundred feet deep. The Santa Cruz River marks an early blunder in Darwin's career. How else was Darwin wrong about science?