Thanks PP: My talk will involve Google maps and photographs. I'll try to show the patterns that seem to be consistent with the descriptions from Worlds in Collision. The rivers appear to have run in reverse. It wasn't just water that filled the drainage system. There were copious amounts of sediment filling the valleys up to 18,000 feet deep. The patterns of stratification differ greatly between duning and slurry runoff. Actually, sometimes it appears to be slurry run-up. The height of the slurry at the various locations implies a flood of well over 10,000 feet in places. The water could not return to the equator until the rotation had resumed, in my model. So the water and slurry would only be able to run down hill to the North. The mountains that surround the Colorado River drainage would confine the waters. The path of least resistance would be up the drainage, not over the passes.
I'm in Fraser CO now. This is where the Colorado River begins. The Fraser River runs North to the Colorado River in Granby. The Colorado River turns North in Granby for about 40 miles. Follow Hwy 34.http://goo.gl/maps/gU5C
Zoom out for perspective.http://goo.gl/maps/KQZy
The valleys are filled with sediment to over 9,000' in many places.
The area around Leadville has even more sediment. The smooth areas on the map have been sloshed, IMHO.http://goo.gl/maps/iHLZ
The material seems to have come from the South, but it's difficult to be certain. The material could have come from the North. The area to the North of Leadville along Hwy 24 is sloshed to a great height. I was shocked to see the pattern of underwater sedimentation with a current, to such a height. To the North of Leadville the water drains to the Colorado River drainage. The Colorado River drainage might have filled this valley from the North. For now i'm leaning towards the water rushing up from the SE.
East of Buena Vista the valley is almost completely sloshed in. There are only the tops of mountains sticking through. http://goo.gl/maps/iHLZ
This would be the expected pattern if the Earth reversed it's rotation. This was Dr Velikovsky's position, not mine. My field observations agree with a scenario of the Sun rising in the West, then reversing to rise in the East today. A NW slosh might/would be inevitable.
I hope some of this is clear. Please let me know if this sounds like gibberish.