There is a canyon that Gokei Okayama Prefecture Soja, Japan.
Here has been discussed in the net and in the ruins of the megalithic city rather than a canyon.
For if you look at the photos, but there are traces of human processed precisely the rock in rocky mountain.
People have a chance to come to play in Okayama, please try to challenge the mystery of Gokei.
Bullshit that looks like natural rock cleavage to me.
Have they found any rock chips or fire pits, things that much better indicators of human activity than shapes in rocks?
Well, let me be first to say, you're shitty at identifying patterns and very likely an idiot.
The type of rock there forms fractures along fissures similar to basalt. I see the pattern you're referring to, as well as the machined-like edge. I agree they're distinct but I would argue they are more likely to be a really unusual natural occurrence simply because of the patterns. The pillar would have been subtractive of the segments, rather than the grooves. The tiered layer with a sharp cut on the larger segment is a natural outcrop due to fissure and expansion. The smaller one is a little odd but still reasonably a natural occurrence.
Humans are excellent at seeing CERTAIN PATTERNS. Like faces. We are less excellent at observing load bearing geometric structures. That part requires understanding the weight distribution created by the angles of the segments which would make that pillar distinct, were it actually a pillar.
Want me to point it out for you? The rectangle of the central column fits to a tiered base resting with a sloped at the base. Below that is a tiered base with a corresponding slope that interlocks. It's weathered but the triangle is very clear. The expansion of the base relative to the column is incremental expansions of the column width. It very much looks like a modular segment of functional architecture that is a rather significant coincidence.
It stands out because the fractures don't appear to match the load distribution of the stone around it.
What we're looking at here is just a wall where the folding of the land has caused the strata to be aligned vertically,
flipped back in their original orientation as they where formed it looks like this.
this formation bears a striking resemblance to a honeycomb COINCIDENCE? i think not...
>We are less excellent at observing load bearing geometric structures. That part requires understanding the weight distribution created by the angles of the segments which would make that pillar distinct, were it actually a pillar.
Right, but I think you're getting a little carried away, or maybe trying to argue the same sort of point I'm trying to make.
I'm basically saying OP is seeing ruins of a megalithic city because ostensibly it appears as such to those who may be looking for megalithic ruins in the first place. It's a sort of psychological byproduct of pattern recognition. It's the same reason why ancient alien "theorists" think this image depicts a giant light bulb or some such garbage.
I agreed that wasn't the result of a ruin from the start. I was pointing out why I could see someone making the interpretation. If it were closer to the Ryukyu Island I might give it further thought (Yonaguni Monument and all).
The basalt column formation is pretty common. There are only two of them that stand out hat are particularly quirky. The ones in Iceland and Ireland are a good deal less varied than the typical formations we find elsewhere.
If you want to see things that look like giant ruins, go check out the Andews near Lake Titicaca on Google Earth. Tens of thousands of square miles of trenches carved into bedrock.
There's really no reason to think that an intelligent species would have written a message for anyone to find in the future. Patterned cuts for stone on a large scale is what you do when you're making modular components to build things.
If anything, the hallmark of intelligent life would be the absence of symbolism on what should have been a monumental challenge to construct. Historically, we've built temples and completely covered them in symbols of the belief system that united people into making them. If something takes thousands of people decades of hard labor, they're going to sign their work. Form before function.
If you find any obviously man made ancient stone works that are function before form, that would be interesting.
People who know very little about how minerals are formed get's easily impressed by any angular surfaces formed in rocks.
The 'yonaguni monument' is the most impressive large scale rock formation I know about that display such characteristics.
>If you find any obviously man made ancient stone works that are function before form, that would be interesting.
You realize that most walls in ancient time was undecorated load-bearing structure?
I leave to introduce one more photos of the rocky mountain of allegations that have been discovered in GOKEI. I'll leave to the intelligence of all of you and I look how does this "rocky" this.
you ever hear sounds that aren't there?
Such power of observation does not really fit a member of CIA, everybody.
I can not see only ruins machine that decayed is exposed to me, but are you also of do is that rock?
Just cause you recognise shapes does not mean it was artificially created. dude, luke at the basalt columns at the giants causeway in ireland.
Rock in the frame is a circuit board that has fossilized. In other words, this columnar joint should doubt the ruins. It is the remains of the industrial civilization of ancient. Nature does not engrave the circuit board. Circuit board has been engraved in rock GOKEI.