I discovered this oddity on Google Earth at 61degrees 49minutes 34.34seconds N and 147degrees 32minutes 57.80seconds W. When I showed it to a friend
she contacted State of Alaska and the first thing she was asked was why she wanted to know. She told them she was just curious. The person then told
her it was a water experiment. See what you think. I apologize for not providing a photo but I was unsuccessful at attempt.
Well as far as I understand, to find the location mentioned by the OP on Google Earth, one would need to input 61 49 34.34, 147 32 57.80. But
when I input that location I just get taken to some mountainous area with nothing much around.
There you have it! It just doesn't look like any water experiment that I have ever heard of or seen.
What state is this mountain range in? I've seen those 7 spheres before in a deep meditative trance and later that night I had a very real lucid dream
about a mountain range. I kid you not. Thanks for posting.
I looked it up... downloaded Google Earth to do it. The resolution isn't very good good when zoomed in. Can't really tell what they are. I
honestly can't say they are water spheres. Just look like blurry string of white dots to me.
Interesting. My guess is some type of protective huts over either seismic equipment or a meteorological station of some kind. But really there isn't
enough definition to do more than guess aimlessly until we can get more info.
Like you said there are obviously rich mineral deposits in Rusty Mountain (hence the name I assume) maybe they are covers over sample bore holes.
There is a big push on to discover new deposits of rare-earth minerals to try to counter the stranglehold China and Russia have on the world market.
Or it could be some other mineral.
edit on 12/1/2012 by Montana because: (no reason given)
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