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However, evidence for or against this theory could be obtained if someone were to simply travel to the region and see what is or is not there.
The question of what this strange looking triangle is was posed on a fairly popular website lately. Someone who lives in Australia who lives in the area was curious enough to go take a look. Here's what he said... Dec. 18, 2007 email from Australian resident:
“(Triangle is) in an area I was fairly familiar with. The astronomy group I am in goes near there for star gazing as there is no light pollution. I made a trip up to investigate the Google earth mystery on Saturday, December 15, 2007. I 'interpolated' its position onto a map and we drove up. It is a large antenna and appears to be a component of the huge wind farm immediately adjacent to it. The wind farm supplies 80 megawatts of power for Perth and is remote-controlled from Perth power company that operates the wind farm. I think the very high antenna transmits sensor and instrumentation data as well as receiving the control signals from the Perth control centre. It is a very tall antenna with 3 sets of guy wires in a triangle formation. The growth and bushes are most likely cleared out of the antenna area. (We couldn't get close enough to see the base because the roads were blocked with gates and it is rolling hills). The place is fenced and the gates are locked. There are no warning signs, no 'use of deadly force' signs, nor is there any 'keep out' signs. The locked gates are there to keep the vandals and curiosity seekers out.
Originally posted by Phage
I believe the technical term is borehole. Drilled all over western Australia to provide water for livestock.
Originally posted by zorgon
I would give you water holes... however I do not know many drilling techniques that make the ground crack ray pattern that is seen on these 'craters' In the bomb test area of Kirtland AFB there are hundreds of these... and those are KNOWN bomb craters... many of which now contain water for free range cattle.
[edit on 17-10-2008 by zorgon]
An example of cattle pads radiating from a bore as seen in a Landsat image