Only posting for these for those who have contacted me. For anyone interested, this is what I mean about the size of the mountain now. I tried to take as many as possible, and from different areas.
And anyone who looks and thinks its BS, at least go in your game, and try to replicate them. If you do, I'll eat my words, if not, don't expect a reply.
I'm telling you, you have to shoot the cracks in the ground, rocks and mountains. You'll hear a rumbling sound, it gets louder when you align 3 X's and shoot at the center of it with almost any weapon. When you shoot along the cracks for longer distances, and covering more objects, it has more of an effect. I believe this is Rockstars way of factoring in the Earthquake factor. Think about it, Rockstar came out and said that they wanted to have a fault line, and huge quake in the last San Andreas game. So now that they have the capability to it, would they not go for it? Also, when the Teutonic plates collide and scrape, they push the earth upwards, forming hills and mountains. And if you need any proof, just look around the game. You can't miss the huge cracks that are found on all the mountains. They look normal, because the grass has grown in over time, but hell, the big cracks in Chiliad even resemble the Glyph with the zig zag lines, could just as easily represent a mountain (the triangle), and the cracks (zig zags). I came upon this by toying with the "between the crates" idea. I just went to the location shot along the little cracks between the 2 big red metal containers, and all kinds of stuff started happening when I continued with it. Even heard a ship sound it's horn, and the screen shakes and rumbles. Just try it, that's all I ask. It takes very little effort, and if it doesn't work, THEN come tell me I'm all the horrible things that make up this world. At the very least, you just might start to see a pattern forming, and start to solve some stuff. Just sayin. I just want what everyone else here wants, answers! And I think we're close. Not sure who originally posted about the Earthquake, fault line theory was, but he was definitely onto the big picture, and I think this is the next part. Good luck, and chill with the hate. I've never come at someone negatively on here, so I don't understand why everyone's so riled up. Chill out, and work together.