On the stones of ancient megalithic structures
artificial mineral coatings can be found. These
coatings come in many different colors and mineral composition. Coatings are very common.
It is not uncommon for there to be multiple layers of coatings
and in areas the layers to be reversed in other areas.
Most of the coatings can be determine to be artificial by simply
looking at them. Coatings are
commonly highly reflective.
Attard Minerals did X-Ray Diffraction (XRD) analysis on over 20 of
these coatings and many had mineral combinations which do not occur
Some of the coatings are glass. to make glass it
requires heat with a minimum of
1700°C (3,000°F) for several
hours to melt quartz, even higher temperatures are needed for other minerals.
The glass coatings vary in color and composition.
There is no natural process which can
re-melt rock on the
surface of the planet.
Two exceptions are planetary impacts and very large lightning
strikes. These can be eliminated because both processes leave
many telltale characteristics that are totally absent from any
of the these areas. The glass coatings required a
technology to create and a large percentage of them are
in totally impossible locations.