posted on Sep, 8 2010 @ 12:43 PM
reply to post by Skyfloating
Awesome presentation and great thread. Very interesting, to say the least. Also, I have never seen the picture with the evenly spaced "structures".
However, with that being said, I noticed a small inaccuracy in one of your statements.
One thing that does not appear in nature are equally spaced objects. These would be a sure sign of some type of artificial construction.
Here´s such an image from Mars:
Actually, equally spaced objects do occur naturally on Earth (though very rare in geology), such as the pedals of a flower, the leaves on a branch,
the waves in the ocean (sometimes) or the legs on a crawfish.
However, equally spaced objects don't usually occur naturally in geology, though sometimes they do, especially when biology or force due to the
elements forges such an occurrence. Take the geology of Ghana
for instance, where there is equally
spaced belts of Birimian
"metalavas". Each belt is
approximately 90 km apart from each other
and they all go in the same
With that being said, it is very rare to see evenly spaced objects in geology that are naturally occurring, at least here on Earth. As far as Earth
having evenly spaced objects that are naturally occurring, it is usually in the realm of biology, which lends to your point.
Anyway, thanks for the awesome thread.