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The Dancing Rocks of Death Valley - Photo's

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posted on Nov, 5 2009 @ 06:04 AM
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Originally posted by Wertdagf
Maybe its just reserchers looking for money..

all it would take is scientists making up something they say they cant solve.. and requesting funding.


For something else, I suppose?
It doesn't go like that. To get funding you have to submit a clear plan of research, and then you have to prove how the funds were spent - or return the money.
Not to mention that this phenomenon is said to be several decades old....




posted on Nov, 5 2009 @ 11:07 AM
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Originally posted by meteoritics
I've found moving rocks on a lake bed in oregon. They are supposedly only found in Death Valley, not true....I have photos but wont post them, as I would have to search a bit to find them. If anyone cares I will do it. I contacted Paula Massina who is spose to be an expert on this, and she didnt seem to care........geosun.sjsu.edu...


Have you got any links or other sources of information to support this in Oregan?

I thought it only happened in the Playa,

Now the "New" explanation requires that particulr terrain as the wind sheer close to the surface.... I doubt very much that the exact same type of environmental drivers would be found in another place to, so if you can get the information to support this it may make the current explanation obviously wrong.

Kind Regards,

Elf



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