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Originally posted by SheopleNation
Originally posted by Indigo5
Link to same rocks...different pic
Indigo, I noticed in your (Nasa's) image above that if you move all the way to the left of the subject area, there is another object that resembles one of the possible vertebrae.
That kind of throws a monkey wrench into my original opinion. Not really sure it's not just erosion now or not. Interesting though indeed. ~$heopleNation
I think rocks and erosion.
Originally posted by Arken
From when the bones are YELLOW LEMON?
Even a child can recognize that it was highlighted in yellow lemon.
But I'm agree with you: In this case the colorization was not necessary at all: Clear Enough in NASA colors!edit on 20-2-2013 by Arken because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Unity_99
reply to post by Indigo5
There is no rock that looks like spines. Sorry. Grow up.
Originally posted by GaryN
Yes, but the erosion is not by wind or water, but by plasma and electrical forces. Malta has a lot of surface features that defy conventional explanation too, but ion winds can sculpt rock, even granite, in a very short time.