“Of course you forget, Peter, I was present at an undersea, unexplained mass sponge migration.”
Here we see the MYSTERIOUS HEXAGONAL OBJECT Paleodictyon in a variety of configurations.
Paleodictyon appears in the fossil record in the Cambrian, and continues, evidently, to the present day. It seems to be either a burrow of some unknown entity, or a body fossil of some sort of flattened sponge. Wikipedia offers the following information:
“Both irregular and regular nets are known throughout the stratigraphic range of Paleodictyon, but it is the striking regular honeycomb pattern of some forms such as P. carpathecum which make it fascinating and widely studied. Individual mesh elements may be millimeters to centimeters, and entire mesh patterns can cover areas up to a square meter. The edges or threads that make up the mesh are usually cylindrical or ellipsoid in cross-section, and some forms have vertical tubes connecting the mesh upwards to the sediment-water interface. Dolf Seilacher proposed in 1977 that it may be a trap for food, a mechanism for farming, or a foraging path. Alternatively, it has been suggested that it may be a cast of a xenophyophoran protist.”
It is also possible, of course, that these patterns are being spontaneously generated as an expression of our planet's underlying hexagonal intelligence, perhaps in a similar manner to crop circles.