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Flying car or UFO caught on Google Earth

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posted on Jan, 26 2006 @ 04:42 PM
That would actually make atleast some sense. You'd point your stand at the parking lot where everyone would be coming from.

Although how you'd prove that...I have no idea.


posted on Jan, 26 2006 @ 05:22 PM
Google Earth is definitely one of the coolest things ever.

I opened the .kmz file and did some zooming/rotating. If you rotate it to the left and tilt the image down (lay it flat) from about 600 feet it looks like a shadow of the white car on the ground. Almost looks exactly like the ones parked in the lot.

I declare Shenanigans.

posted on Jan, 26 2006 @ 05:38 PM
I think its a water tank on stilts.

Think about it , if you swim in the Ocean with irukandji and have sand all over you might need to wash off. Putting the water above the ground means you don't need electricity or pumps to wash off.

Besides that's what it looks like anyway.

Also , in the close up picture posted earlier on the second page you'll notice that there is a tree in the field (Far right and partly obscured by foreground tree) next to the first parking lot, it is absent in the Google image.

So my best bet is that the Showers were out of order or were not constructed at the time the Google image was taken. So we are looking at a temporary water tank for swimmers to wash off with.

In any case it seems to me the time difference between the two pics is large enough for a young tree to have grown next to the parking lot.

[edit on 26-1-2006 by lost_shaman]

posted on Jan, 28 2006 @ 02:26 PM

Originally posted by conspiracy123
hmmmmm how about its just a white car with a black car parked next to it?

Where my money's at

posted on Jan, 28 2006 @ 04:17 PM
Those are tanks.(H2O, fuel,grain,etc) They look more round so I'll say fuel.

We have a lot of those around here. Mostly grain and feed.


posted on Jan, 28 2006 @ 04:59 PM
I love when people come into a 3 page investigation and go "It's definatly this, I know."

No offence intended Roper.

But I have some questions if you think this black and white blur is a fuel tank.

Have you been to the point and seen it at any time?
What's it doing there?
Doesn't seem to be feeding anything, does it go into the ground?
When was this? Why's it gone?
Why would they set up a fuel tank so close to the water?
Why is it set up at an angle?

Here's your fuel tanks and water tanks right from Perth....

It could possibly be this I suppose, though I still have questions.

But, that's my OPINION.


posted on Jan, 28 2006 @ 05:16 PM
Actually, this :

Does not look like this :

in my opinion.
(There are 2 distinct black lines in our photo, and I can't explain why they would be there on a fuel/water tank)


posted on Jan, 28 2006 @ 05:32 PM
My best guess is with the second poster of this thread...a black car next to a white one.

However, the "shadow" does seem to be in the right place, could be just a joke or something and had a car set up in exactly the right spot to create this illusion?

posted on Jan, 28 2006 @ 05:55 PM
It definitely looks like a shadow to me. There also appears to be stands between the ground and the object on all four corners. I'm going with some sort of billboard. The image is worth pointing out, but there's nothing too unusual about it in my mind.

posted on Jan, 28 2006 @ 06:30 PM
I don't agree with the black car theory.

If you look in the parkinglot, we have 3 real dark or black cars, all have some sort of lighter area somewhere to define them as cars.

The "black spot" on google earth is 100% pitch black.
In my opinion, I agree with the shadow theory on the black part.


posted on Jan, 29 2006 @ 05:56 PM
Well, I was looking at the same location with another satellite provider that is powered by Google, and in this image there is nothing there. The image in the link is dated at 2005, if there was some type of billboard or water tower and it was moved it would have left some type of marking in the ground, but in this satellite image there are no such markings.

Flying Car

By the way the location is 32* 0’ 42” S and 115* 47’ 10” E in Pt. Walter, Perth Australia.

If you look in the parkinglot, we have 3 real dark or black cars, all have some sort of lighter area somewhere to define them as cars.

The "black spot" on google earth is 100% pitch black.
In my opinion, I agree with the shadow theory on the black part.

You are correct, I increased the contrast of the image so that only the dark parts show up and even though there are three other black cars, only the shadow of the trees and the shadow on the ground show up.

[edit on 29-1-2006 by WestPoint23]

posted on Jan, 29 2006 @ 09:53 PM
For a fun note on the water/fuel tank theory....

From that tank company in perth, my question was recieved and answered.

1000L Per foot of tank length. (Depending on the width, but that's based on their average tank)

Just for fun, an average american car, we'll say the acura. is 16.1' in length.

That's 16,000 litres of fuel or water to be about the size of a car.

That's 4226 gallons to us americans.

that's a real lot.


posted on Jan, 29 2006 @ 10:09 PM
I don't know where you got those numbers , but I can tell you from having to help my father haul water to his lake home, that a 500 gal tank would basically be the size of a compact car.

I would think the size of the tank in question to be no more than 1000 gal tank.

posted on Jan, 29 2006 @ 10:13 PM
I got them from tanksforhire out of West Perth in Australia.

It is about 1000 L per foot depending on the diameter
-Frank Brockway

Yeah, my real name is Rob.
(Well middle name, but the one I go by)


posted on Jan, 29 2006 @ 10:17 PM
O.k. well ID a car in the parking lot and find its width , then compare that to the width of the object in question to determine its width.

Then find out what size tanks fit those dimensions, and ask Perth about those.

Notice how everyone keeps thinking its a car parked next to a car?

Its a Satellite image and the object is the approx. size of an average car.

All I'm saying is that there is no way on Earth you could fit 33,000 or 40,000 Lbs of water into a tank the size of an average automobile.

[edit on 29-1-2006 by lost_shaman]

posted on Jan, 29 2006 @ 10:43 PM
I have an idea.
How about instead of making me work for everything you want to know, you look something up by yourself.

Look up what is the most common car in Australia, since you didn't like the acura.

Mail Frank and ask him yourself
....heck maybe mail your own source and do your math rather dad hauled tanks that size.



posted on Jan, 29 2006 @ 10:49 PM
Sorry man, no offense, just putting out suggestions.

I've already convinced myself this is a tank of water. I just think its more of a smaller one than a 4000 -5000 gal tank thats all.

posted on Jan, 29 2006 @ 10:54 PM
My bad, I overreacted a bit.
It's driving me crazy looking at 5000 pages and mailing 5000 people just get a "No, you need to do this instead"

I don't know the first thing about water tanks or fuel tanks, I assumed that that guy Frank would as he runs the company in Perth would. I don't even know what a 4000+ gallon tank looks like off hand.

It was just what they sent me when I asked how many liters a 16' long tank of theirs would hold.


posted on Jan, 29 2006 @ 11:06 PM
this is the only image I could find of a 16' 4000 gallon water tank :


posted on Jan, 29 2006 @ 11:30 PM
O.k. this is what I did . I looked up and found that the length of an outdoor

parking space in Australia should be 16.3 feet long.

Using the parking lots themselves as reference I can determine that the

object in question ( using the shadow ) is only 2/3rds that length 11 feet

or so and roughly 5.5 -6 feet in width.

So I think we are looking at a cylinder that is about 260- 305 cubic feet in

volume. One cubic foot of water weighs 62.4 lbs . Holding no more than

16,250 - 19,000 Lbs of water. One gallon of water wieghs 8.34 lbs. So we

are looking at a 2000- 2250 gallon tank of water.

[edit on 30-1-2006 by lost_shaman]

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