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How do you make a Grand Canyon?
Thanks to Mike from PBS Idea Channel and Jamin from PBS Game/Show for hanging out at the Grand Canyon with me!
Special thanks to Raymond Schillinger for great camera work!
I was in Arizona recently for Phoenix Comic-Con, and had the amazing pleasure of seeing one of Earth’s greatest natural wonders… the Grand Canyon. More than a mile deep, and several miles across, it just defies belief. But I couldn’t help but think, the Colorado River down at the bottom isn’t that big. How did it cut a canyon so massive? How old is the Grand Canyon?
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Joe Hanson – Creator/Host/Writer… and camera for this one!
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Theme music: “Ouroboros” by Kevin MacLeod
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