If you have read the comments posted on some of my blog posts, you know some people consider Evolution to only be about biological change. Unfortunately for them, Evolution must explain much more than just biological change.
And one challenge is geological change. There are fascinating geological structures throughout our world. And we are just told that they were laid down over millions of years.
Kodachrome Park has many sand pipes. These formations come sandstone hundreds of below the formations they thrust through.
So, like a lava flow forcing itself up through a different formation, they thrust up through solid rock.
How do you get rock to become fluid and move? The rocks were not melted, they would have become igneous rocks not sedimentary.
Could this happen without external intervention? I do not know.