Dr. Steve Austin gets around. In fact, he has performed geologic research on six of the world’s seven continents. But whether he is researching in the crater of Mount St. Helens, four-wheeling into remote desert areas in the Middle East, SCUBA diving onto the Great Barrier Reef–wherever he goes, he always sees a single recurring theme: layer upon layer of sedimentary rock. Formation of sedimentary rock layers had been thought to have taken millions of years by secular scientists. But now, because of the 1980s events of Mt. St. Helens and its aftermath, we see that these features can now be explained by catastrophic processes–including the global flood recorded in the Bible. Whether you are a person of faith or a skeptic, this is a talk you don’t want to miss.