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Google Earth Secret Places

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posted on Dec, 24 2008 @ 09:47 PM
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ok people, i found a really funny thing on google earth. see for yourself.
heres the coordinates:
53°32'19.38"N 1°20'48.20"W
it soo good!




posted on Dec, 24 2008 @ 10:38 PM
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I've been compiling a list of unusual finds on GE for awhile. Here's my list:

  1. 31° 1'6.01"N,7°58'30.69"E - Sand spike
  2. 53.850119,-1.9698882 - Red star
  3. 40.459611,93.394044 - Mosaic 1
  4. 40.454462,93.744672 - Mosaic 2
  5. -3.0022695,33.090263 - Tanzania bazaar
  6. -29.771052,21.008514 - Goat herd
  7. 10.903786,19.935049 - Elephants
  8. 16.404429,19.913848 - Antelope
  9. 40.757692,-110.69971 - Mile high spike (no longer available)
  10. 15.298651,19.429657 - Look up and smile!
  11. 15.494252,-1.6174156 - Animal scull
  12. 51.218055,-4.0126182 - Hole in the ocean (no longer available)
  13. -13.71488,-75.875419 - Band of holes
  14. -14.692243,-75.14918 - Nasca hummingbird
  15. 27.379869,33.633151 - Sand spiral
  16. -36.406325,174.726 - Spiral mound
  17. 25.209508,-80.246523 - Shipwreck
  18. 42.563386,-119.54452 - Ancient spiral



posted on Jan, 10 2009 @ 11:41 AM
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I did find the inidian face, at 50° 0′ 38.2″ N, 110° 6′ 48.32″ W, and make sure you are zoomed in to at least 2.25 km
also look at 33°23'42.84"N, 44°29'15.61"E for a look at the blood from the iraq war



posted on Jan, 13 2009 @ 08:28 AM
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37°38'47.47"N
115°45'1.95"O



posted on Jan, 13 2009 @ 12:14 PM
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Originally posted by Skyfloating
Does anyone else think its suspicious that its taking so long (years) to get high-resolution pictures to certain places?


While there have been instances of explicit cover-ups (in a very literal sense in this case) such as Chenney's house, most of the places with low resolutions pictures are due to a lack of demand.

Google does not own the resources used to compile the google earth maps. Rather, they purchase images from various sources, observation satelites, aerial surveys, etc. So, if there is no reason for a company to take aerial pictures of an area (i.e., no money), then they won't, and so google earth will lack high definition images.



posted on Feb, 9 2010 @ 03:53 PM
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anyone got a clue why the road ends behind a mountain at 31 17 40 n 107 34 24 w in mexico?

[edit on 9-2-2010 by Rolci]



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