Pluto’s vibrant mountains?

How were Pluto's amazingly smashed up and colliding looking mountains formed?

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great blocks of Pluto’s water-ice crust appear jammed together in the informally named al-Idrisi mountains. Some mountain sides appear coated in dark material, while other sides are bright. Several sheer faces appear to show crustal layering, perhaps related to the layers seen in some of Pluto’s crater walls. Other materials appear crushed between the mountains, as if these great blocks of water ice, some standing as much as 1.5 miles high, were jostled back and forth.
The Mountainous Shoreline of Sputnik Planum | NASA

Dendritic mountains and mountain ranges exhibiting Lichtenberg figures are usually suggest to be Electric Universe geology caused by electric discharges and/or current flows. Hence the mountains looking physically similar to an electrical discharge such as Lichtenberg patterns, electric treeing etc.

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Another possible origin or formation process, especially for smoother hills, rolling hills and smoother or more regular shapes and types of mountains would be a cymatics type event. Humans use sound frequencies to shape substances such as liquids (water) and particles (sand).

But what about very rough terrain like badlands, and devastated or chaotic mountain ranges on Earth and especially on Pluto?

Al-Idrisi mountains

Billy Yelverton (Mr2Tuff2) in his superb EU theory and EU geology videos on youtube shows what large amounts of sand on a vibrating plate can look like. They look like the 'badlands' or broken areas we find on planet Earth and also like the broken al-Idrisi mountains on Pluto.

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Al-Idrisi mountains and smoother Sputnik Planum region on Pluto

Could Pluto's mountains in the al-Idrisi area have been formed by some form of cymatics, when Pluto electromagnetically interacted with one of its chaotic moons, perhaps Charon with its large electric geology features, or another large body in our solar system?

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The images form a strip 50 miles (80 kilometers) wide, trending (top to bottom) from the edge of “badlands” northwest of the informally named Sputnik Planum, across the al-Idrisi mountains, onto the shoreline of Pluto’s “heart” feature, and just into its icy plains ... The wide variety of cratered, mountainous and glacial terrains seen here gives scientists and the public alike a breathtaking, super-high-resolution color window into Pluto’s geology.
Pluto’s Close-up, Now in Color | The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory

Was material of Pluto concentrated into Pluto's Al-Idrisi mountain area and then cymatic vibrations formed the mountains and badlands? Could the material have come from what are now the smoother areas of Pluto's surface?

Sputnik Planum

Would the comparatively smooth Sputnik Planum region, right beside the mountains which seem to spill onto them or have been moved over them, also formed by a natural electromagnetic frequency? Is it covered with ridges, dunes similar in origin to those found on Pluto's Tartarus Dorsa region?

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The mountains end abruptly at the shoreline of the informally named Sputnik Planum, where the soft, nitrogen-rich ices of the plain form a nearly level surface, broken only by the fine trace work of striking, cellular boundaries and the textured surface of the plain’s ices
The Mountainous Shoreline of Sputnik Planum | NASA