No one here may see the evidence I presented as being scientific evidence for God, which would probably be impossible since the current scientific approach is limited, and must assume that God does not exist, before it can even function. But I see it as evidence for God nonetheless, scientific worthy or not, and the consensus is building for that view. I regard it only as evidence, not proof! The evidence at the Split Rock is only one smaller piece of a much larger puzzle that combines together to make a much stronger case for the existence of God. Every individual puzzle piece can easily be discarded. I personally find it much harder to discard the whole puzzle when it is completely assembled. Put together, the puzzle components have a fairly long reach over time, linking previous events even in the Garden of Eden to the Exodus account, and also projecting forward in time about 1400 years into the future, as a symbol, a type, or a kind of shadow of the crucifixion of Christ. If this is a grand deception, it would seem to me, like someone would have had to go to an awful lot of coordinated trouble over the several countries and various environments involved, to pull it all off. Just my opinion, not wishing to insult or offend anyone.