1. what chemicals?
2. How were these chemicals present?
3. The picture in the textbook was not provided for us to see. Am I supposed to go buy this textbook specifically to see this one picture to make a comparison?
4. What elements are present in these stones and in what quantities do they occur?
5. in what ways does tectonic activity / heat / atmospheric pressure / erosion play a part in this formation.
I´m glad the egotisticol @!#$ and the other members of his genetically superior boys club finds it amusing that some people misidentify natural stone formations with those of manmade formations. Maybe a little more patience should be taken with those who actually wish to learn.
btw Have you ever programmed in C++ or are you an idiot? I´d love to know because I think my friends would get a kick out of how stupid you really are. Get my point. Although you may not advocate this particular authors views on society, by posting this as a "scientific education" does nothing for those who truely wish to learn. It only makes you appear to be an egotistocal @!#$ like the author probably is. Some of us do really want to know. I personally am embarrassed when I make such mistakes but it doesn´t make me stupid, just human. If only people could share information without it providing some sort of subsidy for their ego.
Kind regards, honestly
ps: I think, and have since I first saw them, that they´re probably natural formations too. They can be deceiving though I guess and I of course may be wrong.