I still do not see what the big deal is, so far no one have yet proved otherwise right ?
Quick lesson in scientific philosophy, or epistemology if you prefer.
You don't disprove an hypothesis. The way science evolves is by demonstrating, with emperical evidences, an hypothesis, which then becomes a theory. In other words, the burden of the proof is on the person who submits an hypothesis. That person cannot simply say : "Here's what I think, prove me wrong". It's the other way around : "I have an hypothesis, and here are the empirical proofs to sustain it".
Einstein's hypothesis became extremely interesting when he predicted that we could see the light of such a star during an eclipse of the sun. He was right and it was a great emperical proof, which gave his hypothesis a great deal of credibility. Soon it would become a generally accepted theory. That's the way science evolves.
So, if you believe that the Grand Canyon was created by Noah’s flood, please forward all the proofs you have; it's not up to us to disprove it.
[Edited 2004-10-23 16:52:05]
Never let the facts get in the way of a good theory.