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Via Quickbird, Masini and colleagues collected high-resolution infrared and multispectral images. After the researchers optimized the data with special algorithms, the result was a detailed visualization of a pyramid extending over a 97,000-square-foot (9,000-square-meter) area.
Originally posted by kidney thief
how about the satellite being able to see through the ground, an uncomfortable reminder of the possibilities man has managed to make true.
Originally posted by ZombieSlayer
reply to post by T0by
Yah but even if the technology did advance that far there still would have been other pre-existing technology that would have came before it. If in the next century or so we develop a powerplant the size of a pebble there's still going to be remnants of the technology that came before it. Cool subject to think about though.