No, I don't think so. There's no reason to design roads in a grid shape. It's highly inefficient. I think there are underground roads connected to those bases, but they aren't visible.
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Originally posted by bdb818888
Maybe their some type of oil platform , or water reserve tanks.
Yeah, but you made a good point about them connecting to the grid lines. That has made me think twice. Perhaps they are roads. Maybe at every intersection there is something of significance. Or maybe the grid is formed due to some massive structure under the sand there.
I understand what your saying and I agree... It is highly inefficient...
Don't know...maybe because digging out the tunnels has lowered the sand or something.
but if it were underground roads...
Why would it show up on in the sand... ?
Originally posted by ChaoticOrder
Here's a large pic from Google Earth. I'll look around for some more and post some more pics shortly.