OK, I looked. The terms of your original proposal were "find earth rocks that look mechanical". I did that.
Just showing your rocks in comparison to mine is not a very enlightening answer to the question I posed - "Why?". Unless you answer is, simply, that yours are great and mine aren't, which is... not really an answer, is it? And also, I'm not claiming that my simulacra are exactly the same as your simulacra. I'm just pointing out that Earth rocks can look like mechanical objects.
Stop kidding, as you obviously do not see such things in those rocks, but are just trying to rib those honest poeple who simply express their points of view.
Calling me a liar? I do see those things in those rocks, how do you think I came up with the labels? At this point, I will just throw at you MG's usual response in these situations: "some people have a talent for sports and writing, they just don't have a talent for seeing these things".
And, are you calling me dishonest? My honest view is, given but world enough and time, I could find mechanical-looking objects in *every* good earth rock-field pic you put in front of me. Of course, they are not going to look like MG's.
And, as I've already stated, I don't think MG's rocks look mechanical anyway. They look skeletal.
So, such a contribution is not enjoined anymore.
I'll enjoin whenever I want, thanks.
Find something similar to sushi rock (triangle feature included) and you'll get a prize.
Which one is sushi?