posted on Feb, 16 2013 @ 09:56 PM
Originally posted by JohnPhoenix
The thing is the Op may be on to something but none of these even remotely to me look like anything but rocks.
Thanks for the reply and the video-link, JohnPhoenix!
Actually, your post inspired me to put some more effort
into outlining the details of what I mean. Accordingly, I'll try to highlight a bit
more those features that - to me - resemble 'petrified remains' of ship hulls and superstructures that partly still stick out of the sand or surface
under which they have been buried long ago. So, in a sense, we're really talking about "Rocks"
... only that some of the remains have caused
a different coloring of the material that I associate with parts of the shipwrecks - which are petrified, of course.
So please take a look at the images and annotations below. I also implemented pictures of shipwrecks seen from a similar perspective here on earth,
with the difference that those - of course - have not been subject to erosion or petrification over thousands of years:
And again vessel 1 (which is the most 'obvious'):
And here goes a pic of the rubble that remains of a sunken ship after some time:
Imagine all this stuff would partially become covered by marine or other (micro-)organisms that - together with what's left of the metal/wood etc. -
would turn into stone. Add thousands of years of erosion and perhaps what's left of it all would be similar to what we see at rocknest.
Regarding the more 'earthly' shipwreck images: I included the source URL's into the images that I have taken from the web and hope they will not
get deleted (as far as I know they are not stock images).
By the way: You guys here at ATS are hard to convince
, but I'm doing my best to pull you over on my side!