Talk:Niagara Falls

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Even atheistic scientists admit that Niagara Falls is less than 15,000 years old, which makes it a Counterexample to an Old Earth

According to Encyclopedia Britannica, "[w]ithin a river’s time scale, a waterfall is a temporary feature that is eventually worn away". Indeed, according to "50,000 years from now, at the present rate of erosion, the remaining 20 miles to Lake Erie will have been undermined. There won’t be a falls anymore, but there will still be a river at work." This seems to be a typical timeline for a waterfall. --AugustO (talk) 17:23, 8 January 2018 (EST)