posted on Jul, 11 2012 @ 11:21 AM
Not sure where this topic belongs, so 'Gray Area' it is...
Go to Google Maps, off the coast of Brookings, Oregon (southern tip) down to the Crescent City, CA area. Now set your zoom to the point where about a
half inch equals five miles... Scan slowly west and take a look at the ocean floor. It looks normal at first, the way you would expect the continental
shelf to appear; very clearly shown peaks and valleys, just like on land, but underwater. Then it gets kinda strange; there starts to be what look
like 'tractor marks', all very obviously unnatural; there's some large areas that are blurry and look for all the world like the blurry blanked-out
pictures of 'bases on the moon' look from the NASA photographs. Start following the 'tractor marks' and they head for miles all over the place,
to nearby islands, up alongside other countries, etc. They often take right angle turns to create rectangles and squares.
I can understand if these were the result of deep sea sonar scanning operations, mapping the ocean floor, but it appears they have the entire ocean
floor mapped, why would some areas be 'blurry' and others these queer tractor marks? They are quite obviously not places where one map has joined
up with another, creating an edge like you see in Voyager-style maps. I can also understand some undersea ocean floor cracks looking like straight
lines sometimes, but this?
What say you, Fellow ATS'ers?