Death Valley Race Track
By Mark Flippo
The Racetrack is a part of Death Valley which is a parched cracked lake basin. On it are what is known as the Sliding Stones with long trails showing that they do move and they are going slightly uphill. Some of these rocks weigh 700 lbs and the trails are 3000 feet long behind them. One geologist has been studying this phenomenon since 1966 using GPS to measure the movement.
The surface of the lake bed is usually so hard you can file your nails down on them but after it rains it becomes a slick smooth clay like Teflon. The racetrack is a natural wind tunnel which funnels the wind from the south of up to speeds of 90 MPH. The combination of clay, water and wind act upon the rocks. They move about 3 to 4 MPH. With GOD even the heaviest, seemingly impossible burden can be moved!! Trust HIM! Turn everything over to JESUS and watch what happens!