Split-Wedges
The term "split-wedge rock" was coined by Peter Waksman at rockpiles.blogspot.com. Waksman's important observation defined an artificial structure not previously noted and is a big step in proving the artificiality of rock structures previously assumed to be natural. Once attuned to the idea it becomes clear that split-wedge rocks are common. There are split-wedges in California that weigh over 100,000 lbs the minimum size is about a ton. The creation and placement required a sophisticated technology. Split-wedge rocks are very common in North America and this is probably the case world wide.
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