“Meteor” Crater, formerly known as Barringer Crater. This feature is accepted in standard Geology as being an “Impact” Crater. I propose this is the result of Electric Discharge in Antiquity.
AC Discharge to Clay Sphere with Primary and Secondary Filaments. Note the polygonal shape of the crater is identical to that of “Meteor” Crater.
The final result of the crater is a polygonal shape scalable to dimensions and depth identical to that of “Meteor” Crater in AZ. Note the visible boundary of extracted moisture condensing on one side just prior to the cratering action. During various laboratory experiments, once the discharging local area begins to run out of water, a secondary filament will reach out toward more saturated areas.
AC Discharge to Tomato Skin with Primary and Secondary Filaments.
Images of crater wall rock with pockets and spiral features. Laboratory experiments often reveal electric discharge filaments are responsible for forming identical etching, pocketing, and spiral features on earth materials.