Hollow hills on Mars Dec 23, 2018 21:08:25 GMT -5
Post by gregorme on Dec 23, 2018 21:08:25 GMT -5
Yes, they are in my paper, look in the attached link. I called them amphitheaters because of the circular structures like seats. I found one of these years ago nearby, they are in many places on Mars. In the paper I say they may be Cobler Domes, rings of bricks built up to make a dome. I also show how these are made on earth.
If you go through the paper it can save you double posting, I'd prefer you mentioned I found something if you post these things in groups. The more these formations are attributed the harder it will be for someone to plagiarize them later. If there are no claims of priority then nothing would stop them ignoring all our work. This is likely to become much more popular soon so people are going to try this. It's also why I wait a time before posting things and keep copies, it makes it much harder to plagiarize them later.
However the whole area is fascinating, the pits may imply all these hills are hollow and constructed. Many of these hills are not very high, like the flipped roof, It then seems unlikely they would be hollow because a dome is usually much higher.
J: Box-like foundation
K: Group of structures with exposed infrastructure.
Here is a close-up of some of the exposed grid work and cellular infrastructure (Figure 2).