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Lats and longs again would be helpful.
I see nothing at all unusual in the photographs.
i wonder if some of the collapses or removed chunks from the edges don't relate in frequency to nearby natural ramps/steps/levels or collapses alike a narrow gully slot(steep gully slot from the plateau top to the base area at the absolute bottom).
Old BC could modify some things by learning avalanche engineering and balance disruption and they appear a prime position, and "to have occurred" e.g. the place where a huge natural square block was, is missing the block.
are you trying to say that there are as many collapses as there are ramps/steps/levels?
I have no idea who or what old BC is.
Ophiolite: I see nothing at all unusual in the photographs. The cliffs are of laminated sedimentary rocks with near horizontal bedding planes.Me: e.g. the place where a huge natural square block was, is missing the block.
...Such was probably not the case. Caves are excellent sites for preserving their remains, so that's where we find many of them.
...By your own admission the engineered material would look pretty much like the natural