posted on Jul, 18 2014 @ 04:57 PM
originally posted by: robbystarbuck
a reply to: Osiris1953
Agreed the list of explanations has me really wondering... something just isn't adding up.
Look at the smoothness of the sides and the vertical striations as well as the fairly uniform ejecta around the edges, no flow downhill towards that
little lake and no scorching. Something pushed its way up and out and it either left or dissipated. Whether that is a mechanical object or a large gas
bubble, hmmmm? Gas bubbles don't make striations or smooth walls. A liquid would have flowed to the lowest point but there is no evidence of flow.
Explosions leave scorching/fires but there is no damage to the surrounding exterior or interior of the hole.
To me it looks like something mechanical was buried, activated, moved vertical slowly, accelerated and then left. Because of the spherical shape,
could have been a ship of some kind. Already discussed this in the first thread.
When all the possible and non-probable solutions are proven wrong, only the impossible remains which might actually be the answer ;-)
Cheers - Dave
edit on 7/18.2014 by bobs_uruncle because: (no reason given)