posted on Jan, 6 2012 @ 10:48 AM
"What's fascinating about this is, anybody that does a study of this will notice this piece sticking out, here. It's like when you put your foot
it mud, and you pull it out. Your toes will lift up a little mud where your toes were. And that's exactly what seems to have happened here: this
rough granite is just - psshh - pulled up, this overhang here. It's spectacular."
Granite is made from magma when it cools, not mud. Unless the "giant" was walking on molten rock as it was cooling (>1000 degrees C), barefoot,
this isn't a real footprint.