The problem with poking around on Google Earth is often things look odd but nothing is really odd when you physically inspect the area. Conversely,
you visit say a crash site, and it barely looks odd on Google Earth.
I'm not dissing Google Earth, but you need to realize not everything that looks interesting on GE is in fact of interest. Once in a while you see
something square and think man-made, but really it's a squarish rock.
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