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is there an explanation for sliding rocks in the death valley dried up lake? and if not do u have a hypotheis on how they do? this is making ne stressed trying to find an answer but this is very interesting?

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  1. No one knows.

    Please read the various theories in this site. Also be sure to read the NASA report that's linked to the site.

    http://geology.com/articles/racetrack-playa-sliding-rocks.shtml

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  2. ok thxs and what wood be a good hypotheis?

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  3. Aliens move them in the middle of the night?

    Just kidding.

    That site has several good hypotheses. They all seem valid; but which one do you think is the most realistic?

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