Reg - stunning geology or something else?
A stunning limestone rock formation standing out in its local area. A footprint at one end and a line triangle at the other end.
Why is this line so unique in its local area? What possible standard geology process can form this? Around the area is normal ground, some FUR and then other electroblemes. One is similar to Reg.
The line has been formed by some process but the normal idea of erosion, stress or fold does not seem likely. The ground around Reg is not raised but there is pitted limestone rock. To the north of it there are other electroblems and different rock lines.
The start or end of the line
The line starts or ends at a bulbous point. How or why was this shape left? If the line was not left then how did this end form and a line attach to it?
The defined line is raised up from the surrounding area. Beside some of the line there is FUR. Why is the rest of the area not the same? Slight protrusions can be seen on on its sides. If things are scalable in an Electric Universe is this similar to the Erebus Ice Tongue shape? The Altantic volcanic Mount Erebus Ice Tongue is an exchange of energy. Was, or is, this shape formed when there is a release of energy? The shape is similar to the pattern seen in leaves.
Near the west end of Reg (towards the road) a short straight thin line branches of in a SW direction. There is also a similar parallel line branching off Reg further down, going up in the NE direction. The western end of Reg curls back round and merges into the ground. The flat rock it morphs into seems to join up with the SE branching line and outlines a largish triangle shape.
Grey Rock lines extend all over this rolling hill top at Pembroke. The appear to be mostly parallel. Why and how can these lines not just be parallel but be of the same material and in distinct variations of form?
The end of the lines for Geology?
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