posted on Mar, 4 2014 @ 03:17 AM
Look I can not give coordinates as I no longer had that version but when I first downloaded Google earth,
About three or four years or so ago I went on a virtual tour de force of all the area's where I thought "well what if there was a civilisation in
the past and any part of hapgood's theory is in any way correct or the axis have shifted a different climate may once have prevailed there in the very
distant past and today we are not there so there may still be something there since we have not been there to rob it out" if you cath my vein of
thought on that matter.
Well I was looking at the area of the alaska and north canada nearest to the bearing straits and down along the arctic coast, in the hinterland among
the tundra pocked and swampy terrain I found a set of very feint grid like patterns very similar to the layout of a block based city such as los
angeles or a larger manhatten, of course this was all green except for the feint lines and I found several other features I was distinctively looking
for such as streight continuous lines - sometimes broken and possibly analogous to train track's or road's.
Now of course there was a extremely heavy presence in that region during the cold war as the US had to have asset's in case of a soviet attempt to
use that area to bring land based forces onto the continent of north America but that period past relatively quickly with the advent of ICBM's and
submarine launch system's.
When I upgraded? (more like a downgrade in some respects) to a later version of google earth these feint patterns were no longer there as indeed were
several other markers of interest.
Now a well tried and proven method from ww2 used in britain and north africa to fool the germans was fake tanks and fake army camps which were
designed so that the tactical planners on the other side would get there logistical analysis wrong and this may simply have been the trace's of a
similar cold war initiative I detected here, but why was it removed from the later version of google and why make a city grid and an all green and
overgrown one near a frozen bay on the arctic coast as I have never heard of a genuinely city sized army base (very large town sized yes and in russia
maybe a few army bases were near city sized but no where near this huge set of straight grid ghost road's which formed intricate tight dense grids and
what looked like street patterns but of course all green and under a surface spagnen layers and sunk into the tundra).
Now take my word for this or don't but I am simply telling you what I found before that part was cencored.
edit on 4-3-2014 by LABTECH767 because: (no reason given)