Unusual limestone formations lines or
natural electric discharges?
These unusual limestone formations lines which look like lightning strikes or natural electric discharges, are found near the Nadur Tower and the Bingemma Gap Cart Ruts (Victoria Lines). These very impressive and long lines/ridges are part of a large system found alongside this section of the Victoria Lines in Malta. There are more of these lines that look like an electric tree discharge
Mega lightning strikes, Electric Universe discharges or just normal geology?
This particular limestone line zigzags its way towards the traditional Maltese hut (Girna). It width changes dramatically in places but also can be similar for long sections.
If this is caused by geology then what can create limestone lines like this? If its erosion then why are these lines above the rest of the field but also have large depressions in the limestone? How can erosion leave a part of the rock but a cm to the side create a deep hole but then leave the rest of the field at the same level?
These images showing the long lines that have been formed by the natural electrical discharges in this field near the Maltese Victoria Lines. You also have smaller tendrils/feelers/discharges beside the main long Maltese limestone lines.
These limestone lines seem to develop into thick ridges as you go across them. Does this show the stages of formation of the ridges that you can find also at the amazing lines on Pembroke rolling hill top?
Electric Universe discharges and EDM cratering?
Other shorter limestone lines appear in this field near the Nadur Tower, all aligned with the main lines and ridges.
There are also what look like plasma arc cratering circles cut into the rock in a number of sections. This would suggest evidence of EDM pitting in an Electric Universe.
Nadur Tower and a Maltese Girna (hut)
These strange and awesome limestone lines are found in a field beside Nadur Tower, one of Maltese Lascaris Watchtowers that guarded the island of Malta during the Knights of Malta's ownership of the island.
In the field itself there is a tradtional Maltese hut called a Girna (plural is Giren).
more unusual limestone formations - giant limestone fulgurites?