Given enough time, cold surface rock will yield to flowing water and buried rock will bend or even flow rather than break.

The planet's had ample time for all of this, even if it's out of our ken.

They forgot to explain the imperfections and/or limitations of nature (cancer, shortcomings of the body, etc).

In short, this is a documentary film that promotes ID (Intelligent Design).

With over 50 million modern human lifetimes elapsed since the planet formed around 4.5 Ga, geologic or deep time is, to say the least, difficult to grasp.

But the effort pays, for with a feel for deep time comes a sense of its great power: Given enough time, almost anything energetically possible can happeneven at very large scales.

, Graham Hancock examines the numerous structures that have been discovered underwater around the world.

Most of the sites that Hancock discusses lie less than 120 meters (395 feet) below sea level, which comes as no surprise since the sea level never fell below this mark during the time walked the earth.

I think it is good to see their reasoning wrapped up in a slick propaganda video.

is a documentary created to engage our scientific community in order to encourage forward thinking.

Under great confining pressures, or at depths where temperatures reach a significant fraction of their melting points (typically 10-15 km), rocks that are quite brittle at the surface become sufficiently plastic to deform without fracture at rates comparable to the rate at which fingernails grow (~10 mm/yr).