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If you take note of the ridges, erosion patterns and shadows it is obviously more than mildly undulating. But even if you were correct, the same topographical principles still apply. If it were a genuine image, the star would NOT be perfectly shaped. It's outlines would follow the contours of the area and therefore would be distorted no matter where the picture was taken from.
Originally posted by Thatoneguy
Well this is quite some distance from Area 51. I believe im in the right area.. I didnt find the star of david but SOB of look at this.
Someone else confirm so that i dont look like im crazy
OKay i found the star
[edit on 4-7-2005 by Thatoneguy]
Originally posted by ShadowHasNoSource
Originally posted by DonkeyPlopPlop
How does being on Google legitimize it?
I just found this on Google... the guys who owns it must be rich.
[edit on 4-7-2005 by DonkeyPlopPlop]
Originally posted by Majestic12
At Nventual, the picture of the object will not show up on the satellite map, is something wrong with the link?