David Tschetter on Twitter: Can someone explain this compression line this rock? Geological forces create immence pressures that can pancake a layer into it, but that doesn't explain the diagonal synchronicity. I am leaning towards Electrical Arc. #myphoto…

David Tschetter on Twitter: Can someone explain this compression line this rock? Geological forces create immence pressures that can pancake a layer into it, but that doesn't explain the diagonal synchronicity. I am leaning towards Electrical Arc.  #myphoto…

Comments (9):

David Tschetter (@David__MFR)
2019-02-12 04:28:15
Veins have a flow explanation.
Rob Sheppard (@photonspectra1)
2019-02-12 16:28:10
I think @TheRealS0s has the most plausable cause.
David Tschetter (@David__MFR)
2019-02-12 16:28:27
I am thinking string.
Plague of Progs (@PlagueofProgs)
2019-02-12 04:28:48
Its a real photo and yes I'm fairly well versed in Photoshop, this is real.... @TheRealS0s did quite a bit of work in Electric Universe. What's the verdict Ben?
David Tschetter (@David__MFR)
2019-02-12 04:28:50
neat!
J Bruno (@BrunoPresents)
2019-02-12 14:28:59
neat rock! @craigthomler what even happened to this rock man?
David Tschetter (@David__MFR)
2019-02-12 15:28:12
Bizarre and often symmetrical patterns in rock never cease to amaze me. Some spherical rocks often have a consistent ridge running around their middle. I think it was CJ Ransom who managed to recreate some such structures in the lab.
J Bruno (@BrunoPresents)
2019-02-12 15:28:44
Interesting indeed. Straight lines in nature typically represent force beyond a certain boundary. ie Pulsar beams, blackhole jets. When we find an unexplained straight lines in nature, other than symetrical biological growth, would it not be associated with extreme force ?
David Ó Druaidh (@davidodruaidh)
2019-02-12 16:28:24
Electrical forces can be subtle but effective, although a lot of the electrical events in antiquity were certainly spectacular and destructive ... and within human memory! Thunderbolts et al.
David Tschetter (@David__MFR) 9 4 3 12:00am 01/01/1970

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