Turns out it is entirely on private property. So we still haven't seen it. Instead, we went to McKinney Falls nearby, where we discovered an ancient dry-laid stone wall that bisected the park going directly east-west, atop a massive tounge of catastrophically deposited limestone(that in turn rested atop igneous materials, probably deposited by eruptions of the elusive mountainless volcano). Plus, evidence of massive flooding, giant oyster fossils, and creature shadows trapped in clay.
Then we got eaten by fish and started a microcult.
For the rest of the show, we discuss how to hear light and see sound, the almost total rejection of Russ' Yellowstone SuperColliding SuperVolcano Hypothesis by mainstream science, the complete rejection of Russ' Lithophonic Longhouses Low-hanging-fruit hypothesis by mainstream science, and how a steel drum is like an obelisk, but with dents.
|Geological Cross Section of Pilot Knob, the extinct volcano we couldn't find
|Strange stuff in the igneous boulders we found, these look like.... veins??
|Yep. Those look like veins. Note relative-size quarter for scale.
|Looks like... a tiny footprint.... with teeth stuck in it?? Right after taking this pic, we found an abandoned shoe, so we noped outta there
|The limestone shows signs of enduring severe erosional flooding at several bottleneck areas at McKinney Falls
|Erosion damage is clear from overhead images; note the widespread occurrence of "potholes", holes drilled into the stone by whirlpools in torrential floods
|Screenshot from a video taken in Williams Creek at the back of McKinney Falls park.
|Williams Creek: The odd layer of gray-blue clay can be clearly seen on the left
|STEP BACK FROM THE EDGE, TREE!! YOU HAVE TOO MUCH TO LIVE FOR
|Everything above the gray layer is river sediment deposit: a mix of limestone, caliche, flint, and lots of small rounded stones....river gravel
|There is naught left of them but Shadows.....SHADOWS IN THE CLAY
|Weird semi-spiraling bivalve / cephalopods ??
|Beneath the limestone characteristic of McKinney Falls, we discovered evidence of volcanism....pyroclastic deposit layers
|Closeup of pyroclastic layers hidden beneath the limestone, note the crystalline structures
|Some of the layers have a strange latticework structure
|Graph of human hearing frequency range. Below the wavy line, the sounds are too quiet for us to hear them, above the line are audible sounds.
|The human visual spectrum and where it lies on the full range of the electromagnetic spectrum.
|This is an absolutely awful image depicting how redshift/blueshift works.
|Sky view of Malta temples, which are very organic looking, everything is round, no sharp corners anywhere.
|Malta temple megaliths. Uncut, unworked, unfinished, yet stacked and arranged so skillfully that they still stand, 7,000 years later
|Interior shots of the Hypogeum on Malta
|Hauntingly beautiful. Why did they build it? Who built it?
|Interior diagram of the Pyramid of Khufu/Cheops(The Great Pyramid), to show how far away the subterranean chamber is from the King's Chamber
|3D diagram of the Great Pyramid. Because why not.
|The Ringing Rocks of Ringing Rocks Park. Note how tightly clustered they are.... trees don't even grow between them
|The infamous, slightly foreboding Black Mountain
|Slopes of Black Mountain, which is obviously not a mountain but an enormous pile of granite boulders that are so similar in size they look like gravel.
|This is just incredibly strange, very difficult to explain how so many similar sized boulders came to be piled up so high in this one spot
|And of course....... snakes