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Dick (@dick)2 years ago ago

Thanks for the update…

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R.V. Star (@rickvonstar)2 years ago ago

my god…..

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Anonymous (@)2 years ago ago

technically, yes, it is a monolith. Monolith means one stone. But that doesn’t make it anything special, they’re everywhere.

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Jay (@jaygran7)2 years ago ago
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Matthew (@ojai)2 years ago ago

Once this monolith turns into not just a rock, I think my interest will peak a little.

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I’m not all that impressed. After all, we have the Japanese Underwater Pyramid on Earth, so why can’t Mars have their own unique structure made through erosion.

http://rabbithole2.com/presentation/images2/artifacts/japan4.jpg

‘http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2007/09/070919-sunken-city.html
This reminds me of an argument I made a while back on a topic I can’t really remember. We’re all familiar with the phrase form follows function, but what about the opposite: function follows form. That is, we see the form of a clean jutting piece of rock and assume that it must have a function based on our wild imaginations.

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