|1 - Grand Canyon|
Take a trek with Noah to Northern Arizona to find out how the 40 layers of the Grand Canyon were laid down by a global flood and carved out quickly, all through catastrophic processes.
|2 - Yellowstone|
Travel to the wonders of Wyoming and explore America's first national park with Noah as he shows you strong evidence for a catastrophic event that formed the petrified forests and canyons.
|3 - Meteor Crater|
Journey with Noah to Arizona's Meteor Crater and Petrified Forest National Park. He unveils amazing evidence for recent meteor bombardments and teepees created by underwater volcanoes.
|4 - Yosemite National Park|
Explore the amazing beauty of Yosemite National Park with Noah and see stunning granite cliffs and other spectacular scenery in the Sierra Nevada Mountains.
|5 - Mount St Helen’s|
Noah travels to Mount St Helen's to find out why the features found there can help us understand catastrophic processes that are thought by secular scientists to take millions of years.
|6 - Fossil Beds|
The John Day Fossil Beds have the largest collection of mammal fossils in the world. These fossils are supposedly millions of years old, yet the fossils show very little change from present-day mammals.
|7 - Glacier National Park|
Noah travels to Montana to explore the amazing sites and geology at Glacier National Park. There he finds evidence for the area having been created and eroded quickly by the effects of a global flood.
|8 - Rocky Mountain|
In this episode, Noah explores Rocky Mountain National Park to see if a global flood could have produced the Rockies in just months through catastrophic plate tectonics.
|9 - Mammoths|
Noah explores the Mammoth Site in Hot Springs, South Dakota. In this amazing site, over one hundred mammoths have been preserved in the sediments in an ancient sinkhole.
|10 - Dinosaur National Monument|
Noah explores Dinosaur National Monument in Colorado where hundreds of dinosaur skeletons have been found in a mass graveyard, and evidence that meteorite strikes cannot explain their demise.
|11 - Arches National Monument|
Arches National Park has over 2000 arches formed in sandstone. At the rate the arches are eroding away, the suggested long time period of millions of years for their formation is highly improbable.