You think the cause there is some residual heat? I conclude that because you say "the still oven hot temps". So what's causing these "blasts" of steam? Is it in a giant pressure cooker? What do you propose as the cause for these "hot temps"?webolife wrote:The joints between columns make great places for water to fill, but combined with the still oven hot temps, produce steam blasts that push away and/or destroy the columns being exposed.
What's your proposed mechanism for this? Am I wrong to infer you think there are some periodic deluges onto some glowing hot rock or something that causes these "blasts" of steam? Are you saying you think these "potholes" were dug by a flood from the multiple tsunami scenario you mentioned before?webolife wrote:2. In addition this area is called the potholes, for the numerous spots among the coulees where deep pits have been similarly blasted away by the inflowing water being turned to explosive steam.
Of course it was authentic. The stained bones (not fossils, and perhaps some sculptures) were in loose sand, not incorporated into hard sandstone. They were buried, not embedded in rock. They were uncovered by a bulldozer? Wow, they got really lucky, another inch down and that bulldozer would have dug them all up into a pile of sand.webolife wrote:I'm confident the picture of him examining the Malachite Man fossils in situ is authentic
As for your claims about the loch ness monster and noah's ark, all I can say is...