The immense crack, which appears to split a hilltop in half, was discovered by startled backcountry hunters
- by Bryan Nelson | MNN.com | October 30, 2015
A dramatic crack has suddenly formed in the foothills of Wyoming’s Bighorn Mountains that measures an impressive 750 yards long and 50 yards wide. It was discovered recently by surprised backcountry hunters who travel frequently to the area in search of game.
First reported by SNS Outfitter & Guides, a hunting company, on their Facebook page, the mammoth chasm appeared over the course of just a couple of weeks. It’s an impressive example of just how quickly very large geological events can occur under the right conditions.
“Everyone here is calling it ‘the gash.’ It’s a really incredible sight,” wrote SNS on the group’s Facebook page.
“An awesome example of how our earth is not as stable as you might think. Awesome forces at work here to move this much dirt!!” added Randy Becker, one of the hunters to stumble upon “the gash.” Becker shared a number of stunning photographs of the crack to his own Facebook page.
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[NOTE: This is beautiful. It lends support to the concept that the Earth has been expanding, which is a normal, long-term process, and is accelerated by internal heating. Directly to the west, in northwest Nevada, there has been an extensive pattern of smaller cracks emerging, as well. And, down b y Tucson, loud booms have occurred right where ancient stone bluffs sit. Add to this incredible earth changes along with probable pole shift beginnings, and the theory that the Grand Canyon may have been created rather quickly, then we have a very solid hypothesis here. This would not necessarilly be invalidated by any observed effect of drying moisture on the land. There are just-as-weird things happening all over the globe!]