From what I have seen, the extreme winds are not that erosive, probably because of the thinner atmosphere. That was one of the first things I noticed when I first saw photos taken on Mars surface, the erosion made by the wind looks weaker than on Earth.
Originally posted by TechniXcality
Actually I’m am a huge fan of weather and in fact I believe this structure is easily explainable by the desolate mars surface covered in sand with the extreme winds that are produced on mars which could easily erode a rock structure to that shape.
Originally posted by Zatox
Most people getting hyped up thinking aliens did it, we have mountains on earth omg :O dont believe everything you see..edit on 20-10-2011 by Zatox because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Soylent Green Is People
Originally posted by CaptainInstaban
reply to post by Soylent Green Is People
Please refrain from talking for other people, especially if you don´t seem to get what I was pointing out exactly to the other poster I responded to.
I did make sure to say "He was probably" talking about the 3D buildings option.
And what I said is true. Chadwickus was talking about the "3D buildings" option in GoogleEarth. The 3D building option shows CGI buildings -- NOT real pictures -- and simulated shadows. Therefore, the fact that the eiffel tower is real is not relevant to [what I think] Chadwickus' point was...and that point [I think] is that GoogleEarth shows simulated shadows for their CGI Eiffel tower, and probably shows simulated shadows for the computer-generated "Mars tower" that is the subject of this thread.
The "3D building" version of the Eiffel tower is not real, and the shadows are simulated -- Although the Eiffel tower really does exist. However, that doesn't mean that the Mars tower is real, even though it has similar simulated shadows.