Can we by searching find out God? The clear implication is that no, we can't, but there's something important to remember whenever we contemplate passages from the book of Job: Who's speaking?
We can be certain that Job was a contemporary of Abraham. This means that when Job describes God overturning mountains, he's recounting something that happened recently, about 200 or so years before him.
Scientists have found fossils of whales and other marine animals in mountain sediments in the Andes, indicating that the South American mountain chain rose very rapidly from the sea.
"Elevation of the Andes and general continued uplift of continents" doesn't sound like much, does it? We're talking about the formation of the South American continent and the Pacific ocean. Nothing major.
How do we account for fossils when the fossils are older than the geographic features that they’re part of? “Marked world-wide continental uplifts and a major orogeny resulting in the rise of the Alps.“
The elevation of the Rocky Mountains was during Peleg's tectonics, 101 years after Noah's flood. It occurs in the narrative of evolution as a way to stretch out the timescale into millions of years.
IF Eden was at the top of a mountain that filled the whole Earth, and a river from Eden watered the surface of the whole land, THEN the concept of elevation will be found in the scriptural context.
Deposition and lithification of sediment (Noah's flood), had to be before the formation of mountains which are composed of the sediment (Peleg's tectonics). That's an acknowledgement of the relationship of cause and effect
The mountain referred to by Old Testament prophets as "my holy mountain" is a reworking of the current land configuration as opposed to something completely new of extra-terrestrial origin.
How much do you love animals? Enough to become a Christian and pray for the return of Jesus Christ so that herbivores can finally be safe from their predators? Predators will become vegetarian.