posted on Jun, 14 2011 @ 01:14 AM
reply to post by PuterMan
This sonar explanation really generates more questions than answers.
I don't understand the need for sonar maps (which map ocean floors) of oceans to be juxtaposed alongside satellite images of land masses. I mean, if
I zoom into a land mass, I get higher resolution images of the terrain. But what am I going to get to see if I zoom into the ocean ? I guess not many
are looking to see maps of ocean floor when they are on Google Earth.
The link explains that lower resolution images of ocean beads are overlaid with higher resolution images. It would be interesting to see why these
grid structures are not widespread in the Google Earth. I mean, ships must have been mapping large portions of ocean floors and why do these
anomalies appear only at one place ?
Furthermore, the link gives the impression that the grid lines are the travel paths of the ships making the higher resolution images. Why do we need
them ? We are not seeing the travel path of those strange Google Streetview camera cars , are we ? Why do we have to mark them in hte ocean maps ?
One explanation could be that the ocean maps are part of some other organization that has higher resolution images for those grid lines accessible by
some means. I doubt if it is available to Google Earth.
On the man-made structure theory, the thickness of the grid would be several miles/kilometers ? Who would be building such thick walls/roads if they
are something like those ?