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originally posted by: Duderino
originally posted by: fromtheskydown
originally posted by: shawmanfromny
GREAT FIND! I enlarged the image slightly and enhanced it. This object definitely looks like a piece of metal with a hole cut into it.
Thanks for that, it looks even more man-made now! There definitely appears to be a second circular hole to the left. It's beginning to look like some kind of pivot, maybe.
Wait a minute. If the original photo does not look metallic at all, what is the purpose of enhancing it and making it appear more man made and metallic? And then thank someone for making it appear more man made? Wtf.
What's the intent here?
originally posted by: Blue Shift
Very circular holes can be made in ordinary rocks just by having a small pebble or rock bounce around inside a depression in the rock. It doesn't wear away very fast, but it will wear a nice hole after a few hundred thousand years or so.
LOOKS METALLIC ALRIGHT, KIND OF A SHRAPNEL FROM SOME BLAST
originally posted by: KKLOCO
Whoa 😲 that ain’t natural. It looks like some type of metal bracket. Can we rule out that this isn’t something that came off of our own equipment? It does appear to be old looking.
originally posted by: moebius
Let me google that for you:
stones with natural holes
originally posted by: merka
"Hag stones" and stones with natural holes are all incredibly worn down and mostly round/smooth (probably by the same process that eventually made the hole itself).