Originally posted by iLoGiCViZiOnS
reply to post by Dutcheagle
If you would have put Google Earth in your topic then I would have never shared my opinion here because I wouldn't have wasted my time on clicking on it. Your topic was vague at best so I suppose like most people who viewed it......curiosity got the better of me.
Maybe ATS could make a forum called "Google Earth" and put it right next to "Skunk Works" hehehe okay okay I'm done here.
Originally posted by Cinrad
Sheesh! Some people here smh. The OP was simply asking a question, I suppose you think it is better that he/she just go back to watching ET or TMZ? Who's agenda would that serve?
Anway, I copied those coordinates in to google maps and zoomed out a bit and then looked at the terrain option on the map, it is visible on the terrain map so I think it is a natural formation. It looks to be about 300-500m wide. Very interesting what ever it is.edit on 21/1/13 by Cinrad because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Pinke
Can use Google Earth time feature to look at photos that were taken of the area in past times. Is what it used to look like allegedly:
Area has also been used in a Russian green peace poster apparently because of the ice melting I imagine. Learn new things every day I guess.