posted on Nov, 20 2011 @ 07:20 PM
So I think most of you are missing the big, crazy part of all this. This area 44° 4'14.20"N 93°54'25.72"E and it's surrounding area of square
grids (not the tiny little zig zag chalk map things) is absolutely MASSIVE. If you go through the years of the pictures in the area, you can figure
out just about how much area this grid covers. I did this in google earth pro and used the ruler to close this area in, there's roughly 4000 square
miles of gridwork here. A great deal of it is grids (plowed? bulldozed?) that are spaced fairly far (about 2.5 miles) but then in some areas like the
coordinates I gave you there are smaller spaced grids (about .35 miles apart) inside this bigger grid. All of this looks very real if you zoom all the
way in, you can see erosion, sand and tire tracks crossing these lines. To add an extra layer of weirdness, throughout just about the entire area are
tiny square and T shaped grids of what look like painted rocks or something and these little tiny grids line up perfectly to form another grid
(separate from the plowed lines) spaced about .35 miles apart. This is all very perplexing and I don't know what to think about it. The key thing to
look at here though is that this area covers 4000 square miles, this isn't some kind of city groundwork.
What are your thoughts on this massive gridwork area?