So how else would you sugust that a fossil made it to the top of a mountain?
It's worth pointing out that a fludde does not explain the presence of fossils on the tops of mountains and the condition in which they are found. Leonardo da Vinci figured this out in the 15th century; apparently creationists are still stuck in the 14th century. See Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519).
Well, did it ever occur to you or your uncited 'source' that there were different species of the same date 200km away in a different type of sediment because they represent a different environment?
African pig fossils are well understood and widely studied, and are used as index fossils. If you have radiometric dating of a formation but the pig fossils associated with that formation are from an older or earlier time, there's a problem somewhere. I'm not familiar with the case that Peg "cites", but disagreeing with pig fossils is what clued investigators there was something wrong with the original radiometric dates of the KBS Tuff, immortalized from a creationist point of view in Lubenow's Bones of Contention. In the real world the KBS Tuff story is one of a triumph of the scientific method and consilience.