posted on Sep, 22 2015 @ 03:12 PM
What's with the weird observations about 'look at it historically, it's a plane in the air.
Why would a plane be in exactly the same place over a sustained period of time?
I cross referenced against Bing, and Yahoo Maps, and it's not there. Which suggest that Google is getting map data differently and may 'perceive' this
world differently than you and I and the other two.
Particularly interesting is the historical data associated with it. If you look at 12/2013, it is a full model of the aircraft, but it looks more like
a model aircraft, lacks paint and is highly distorted with the reds and blues. Have you ever looked through red/blue 3d glasses? That's what it
reminds me of.
Seems holographic in nature. Which implies where Google may be getting it's maps from.
As a clue to this 'evidence' - we also have the absence of it on Yahoo and Bing.
So what we have is an aircraft which appears in the same exact location over several years through one photographic source, yet the other two lack
that same photo.
Evidence of the multiverse, and that our digital providers are each providing their own glimpse of the world as they know it to us....
This might explain the debacle with Apple maps and their inaccuracies over the years, which has not been limited to Apple alone.