A size comparison among Pluto, Charon and Earth (www.nasa.gov)
As NASA scientists sift through the data and release photos of Pluto and Charon, some truly amazing facts are emerging from the kingdom of the Mi-Go. First, the large, bright heart-shaped feature near Pluto’s equator is a mountain range with peaks as high as 11,000 ft. Based on a geologic analysis of these mountains, they are more than likely relatively young, no more than 100 million years ago, which suggests that Pluto may be currently geologically active. Unlike some large moons in the solar system, like Europa, whose geologic activity is largely the result of gravitational interactions with their large parent planets, like Jupiter, Pluto has no such external source for its internal heat. Thus, some other process would be responsible for such geological activity. Is it possible that mining or other unknown planet-based activities of the Mi-Go are responsible for this geologic activity or is there a more natural process in place?
The water-ice mountains of Pluto (www.nasa.gov)
Charon (possibly Kynarth?) has a fairly young surface, from a geological perspective, as well. Unlike our moon that is riddled with craters Charon surprisingly lacks such features, which is indicative of internal geological processes. More evidence for this includes the actual features that are present, such as cliffs and troughs that stretch approximately 600 miles across the moon’s surface. One canyon was identified to be between 4 to 6 miles deep. In addition, the north polar region of Charon has dark markings with a diffuse boundary, which may suggest a thin deposit or stain on the surface. Are these stains some type of strange alien crop, raised on the icy surface of Charon? Maybe the stain is some type of alien bacteria or lichen, entirely chemotrophic in nature, feeding of the minerals and inorganic compounds on the surface of Charon. Is Charon farmland for the Mi-Go? The Yuggoth system is strange indeed! Fred.
Pluto’s moon Charon. Note the dark stain in the polar region (www.nasa.gov)