|We have already recorded several countries where Falling Rock signs
feature speed suggesting stripes (e.g. Norway,
Pakistan among others).
This is different. These aren't simply velocity strokes any more.
The boulders are distorted by the velocity and the resulting high temperature. This can't be
on our Earth: gravity isn't strong enough to have this effect on rocks made of stone.
Are they perhaps made from jelly? I've been told that Romanians love meat and goose jellies,
but that can't be true, can it?
||The idea keeps teasing me because of the second find.
The stones in fligth definitely (Had to look up
the correct spelling) contain jelly.
They are jellyfish.
Is this maybe a new lifeform unknown to science because never recognized as such?
Our team was lucky. They were there spot on at the right time and place to see the thing
emerge from the rock, morph into the open air shape and then after landing change shape
again into some kind of a pillow. What a discovery —I think I'll name them
Aurelia petrophila or Roadjellies!