posted on Jul, 24 2013 @ 04:13 AM
Originally posted by qmantoo
Dont bother shouting "ROCK". Of course they are rocks. I never said they were NOT rocks, did I? I am sure you can see what is unusual, but in case
you cannot, it is the fact that there is one triangle on top of another larger one and they are both the same orientation and angle and artistically
placed with the same size border on both sides. Thats what is odd about it.
Show me the same kind of thing on earth if you think this is commonplace - but it has to be similar with one smaller shape on top of another similar
larger shape and positioned the same orientation.
Probably won't be able to find exactly the same, as weathering won't produce identical formations. The others have provided you examples of
artificial looking but naturally formed rock formations, which honestly are more impressive than yours.
Which is just what this looks like. I can't dig up any pictures, but as something of a rock hound I've seen similar formations in sandstone around
rivers . If you look up sedimentary rocks and cleavage (and are really careful with Google) you'll probably find some examples eventually.
I mean, looking at it as someone who looks at a lot of rocks... I just see a naturally formed rock.