Edited for objectivity.
Using Google earth, you are able to view what appears to be a massive orange and red structure in Greenland.
The coordinates are 70N 40W - its longest visible dimension is ~85km (53miles).
The features on the surface of the object, both regular and irregular are very different from anything in the immediate area, and the edges of the
object tend to blend into clouds or fog surrounding it on three sides - so it does not appear to be a simple case of discoloration, or poor stitching
of a frame.
Close inspection shows irregular features on the surface - pock marks, or indentations in clusters. Also present are parallel lines along its longest
side - the east-west axis, and also a very regular stripe of a reddish color along it's east-west axis.
The fog seems to envelop the object on several sides, while the rest of the immediate area does not appear to be affected by fog, steam or clouds -
this may indicate the objects contact with the surface is evolving this steam or fog.
If you zoom in you are able to see line that runs exactly north-south across its east end at 72 25N, 39 00W. That line terminates in the ocean at 65
25N 39 00W and the other end terminates at 77 56N 39 00W just short of a sharply triangular hole in the ground of huge size - the triangular hole does
not appear to be missing data because the edge appears to be visible below ground level.
Near to the huge structure (69 02N, 42 30W) is a sharp rectangular cut into the earth - on inspection this may be missing data because the stitching
aligns with its edges, and you can see no sign of anything below the surface.
Can someone post an image of the cable - particularly the end that terminates just short of the triangular hole in the ground.
PS - I am going to go and see it for myself as soon as possible - it will probably take me two weeks or so to get there.
Here's a link to a 'imaging' debunker.
[edit on 2-5-2009 by Amagnon]