There is something missing from the geologic column. There is virtually no evidence of meteor strikes in the many deep layers of sedimentary rock. If the layers were deposited gradually over millions of years there would be ample evidence of this. Unfortunately, although there are numerous fossils of such things as footprints and even worm holes, there is no record in the geologic column to suggest meteors impacted Earth during those millions of years. Of course, if the layers of sediment were laid down rapidly over the course of a year or so in a worldwide flood, that would better explain the absence of abundant meteor impact evidence.
Luther D. Sunderland, Darwin’s Enigma (Santee, California: Master Books, 1988), p. 157-158