As we all know from the same course in geography, "mountains" are formed either from collisions of tectonic plates or from volcanic eruptions. I will remind you how the lava erupts and solidifies - this will be useful to us.
Beautiful, is not it?
And now let's take a closer look at two very popular among tourists mountains "Devil's Tower" and "Giant's Trail".
Devil's Tower; Wyoming, USA.
Giant's Trail; northeastern part of Ireland.
Well? Does anyone else here believe in a lava eruption? How could mountains get such a strange shape? Was the lava flowing so special? Or did tectonic plates do it? If you already have questions, that's very good.
The most interesting thing is that people do not even think about what it is and how it is formed, but the official science is seriously thinking: what is the term to disown why it is, and came up with an ingenious name: Basalt rocks! (And we know that geologists are still bugs.)
Very strange basalt rocks.
Now let's turn our attention to another type of strange "mountains". Here is one of them, look - its top is absolutely flat!
We have considered many "mountains", but this one is special: it has a flat area, as if it were a landing, but that is another question. One can try to justify such a peak by "weathering", natural destruction, and so on, but something does not seem to be true, don't you think so? This "mountain" looks more like a stump cut from the forest.
Let me tell you more: this sample is not the only one on the planet!
Perhaps the mountains are not what they claim to be …
Get the hint? Not?
Well, if not, then let's continue the game of attentiveness!
I think you got the meaning, and therefore, I propose to take a sober look:
There are no rocks on the planet, these are all fragments of silicon stumps!
Perhaps in those distant times, when our blue planet was a ball that was more than completely composed of sulfur, there was a silicon form of life, which was supplanted by the carbon form with the appearance of the primordial soup.
Now do you understand why we are so fascinated by the rocks? Why are the most elite properties located there? Why are “stones” the most environmentally friendly material for housing construction?
Stones are the bridge between silicon and carbon life!
Of course, a lot of stupid questions immediately arise:
- What then are ordinary mountains?
- If some of the mountains are flint trees, then where are the “parasites” of those trees?
- Did the author of the article, and myself, in particular?
- Who and why left these stumps on our planet?
- What happened to the basalt mountains and stuff?
But unfortunately, I have no answer to these questions. I am just drawing your attention to a topic. I hope I got it.
We recommend reading: "There are NO forests on Earth. We see only a pitiful lichen."