This one is really worth enlarging.
What I wanna know is who took the big stone block there out for a joyride…
Comment by Disintegral — November 7, 2007 @ 7:03 am
It’s one of the sailing stones of Death Valley.
Comment by sciencefun — November 7, 2007 @ 8:46 am
YOu know? I HAVE seen that before…
(It’s an invasion…)
In Marion, Ohio, there’s this family grave that’s a huge marble sphere surrounded by a circle of smaller ones. The Central Sphere is completely polished except the base, which is how they know that it moves…
Last paragraph in the history section. Maybe it’s just that Ohio has a surreal feel to it in the fall, which is when I went to see it, but that grave is eerie
Comment by Disintegral — November 7, 2007 @ 6:45 pm
[...] a multitude of ways. That light appears to be resting atop the water. I mean I can see it. I can see it!!! It has to be real. Well, t is real. Real for me and real for you too. you can call my solace evil, [...]
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