posted on Oct, 25 2013 @ 11:00 AM
I think that posting "It's a Rock" is obligatory at some point in any post that Arken makes
It's certainly not bad to post things on this forum that you can't explain, that's why most of us are here, for more information and to collaborate to
come to some sort of sane and logical conclusion. That being said, we need some sonar of the area to really make any intelligent comments or
speculation on the topic.
I think that any anomalies that are supposedly directly opposite to the great pyramids are worthy of investigation.
The first thing that came to my mind is electrical discharge.
If the pyramids were some sort of "energy machine" or whatever people claim, it's quite possible that it would build up a lot of material where ever
excess charge was exiting the system. Similar to corrosion of a spark plug or the way ships use zinc bars on their hulls to prevent rust.
Where ever the system goes to ground there is potential for build up of material such as these pictures from an improperly grounded system in an
engine. They show build up on a spark plug electrode of differing materials, I simply can not remember the term for the process that is the opposite
of this, where material is collected at a differing location from the actual electrode due to electrical "bleed off"
edit on 25-10-2013 by vind21 because: (no reason given)