Two Martian Hyperbolas, Artificial or Natural Formations?

Authors: Greg Orme

This shows two long ridges on Mars, both are close to mathematical hyperbolas in shape. It is argued these are too long and too exact to form by chance, a random formation would deviate from a hyperbola. Together they form an Isosceles Triangle with the King Face, a well known face on Mars. Other geometric formations nearby are also shown.

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