Challenge from Glacier NP

I hope you have all had a chance to check out our short story by Robert Dawson and the associated teacher-suggestions at http://earthscienceissues.net/fiction_for_the_classroom!

Our latest Geoscience Challenge comes from Reilley Attenburg courtesy of Jessie Rock (don’t you envy Jessie that great last name?!)  The picture was taken in Glacier NP, and I have not seen the rock, so I’m not sure myself how it formed or what story it tells, but I have ideas!  I may award victory to whoever gets closest to what I think–or maybe someone will come up with a better idea!  Be sure, like good scientists, to cite the evidence supporting your interpretation!

Dr. C–

“When the ancient Tk’klt people first arrive on Earth from omega-3, they built beautiful temples supported on ten great hexagonal columns made of stone…”

 

 

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