Noah's Long-Distance Travelers

Long distance quartzite boulders equal powerful evidence for Noah's Flood. The nearest source of quartzite rock is in the Rocky Mountains near the Continental Divide. Yet rounded quartzite cobbles are found scattered in spots throughout the greater Northwest. The question is how they were transported up to 800 miles from their source at nearly level slopes.

 

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