posted on Mar, 23 2011 @ 08:08 AM
reply to post by OrionHunterX
The anomalies off NC look weird and got me checking out the surrounding area closer.
I'm not 100% sure, but they could be mapping anomalies, since the surrounding area is full of them.
Linear anomaly 33°18'10.92"N 77° 0'3.78"W
Linear anomaly 32°59'56.00"N 77° 9'37.13"W
More "dotted" straight lines 35°14'54.06"N 74°55'28.59"W
Actually it goes on for miles and miles 35°50'49.50"N 74°45'3.47"W
Certainly look like some kind of mapping articats to me 37°17'12.35"N 74°36'7.52"W
At this point it would be interesting to know, how the data that we see is created.
Certainly there is no way the images shown on google earth are the satellites view on the sea bottom, but a visualized depth map based upon sonar and
other data, so it would be essential to find out how it was composed.
*EDIT* I'm referring to the artifacts off the NC coast when speaking about the images not actually showing the sea bottom as seen from space. I'm
aware that there are numerous images in shallow water that actually DO show the real image of something below the water : )
edit on 23-3-2011 by H1ght3chHippie because: (no reason given)