Google Earth Interesting points??

Submitted: Thursday, Apr 03, 2008 at 19:01
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If you are bored and curious...try zooming into these points of interest.. I didnt gather them but if they work...there is some pretty wierd stuff going on out there!!

Matt.


1= 33°51'4.47"S 151°13'59.50"E
2= 69°15'31.56"N 33°14'15.39"E
3= 52°30'31.43"N 13°20'6.79"E
4=32°40'34.14"N117° 9'27.10"W
5= 8°58'36.45"N 38°48'16.16"E
6= 18°20'38.98"N 66°45'9.62"W
7= 52° 4'43.32"N 4°19'58.06"E
8= 53°32'13.90"N 1°30'13.51"W
9= 51°40'58.87"N 5°46'32.49"E
10= 50°12'49.56"N 8°52'8.56"E
11= 61°17'58.21"N149°37'24.95"W
12= 48°21'10.38"N 11°43'56.05"E
13= 38°13'34.97"N112°17'56.01"W
14= 31°39'46.21"N106°35'15.65"W
15= 51°50'54.42"N 0°33'17.27"W
16= 27°22'48.94"N 33°37'56.61"E
17= 45°42'11.97"N 21°18'7.81"E
18= 19°56'57.06"S 69°38'1.55"W
19= 50° 1'7.14"N110° 8'38.37"W
20= 33°20'39.72"N126°31'24.04"E
21= 12°22'14.82"N 23°19'17.27"E
22= 37°33'49.94"N116°51'3.24"W
23= 33°23'49.35"N 44°29'14.30"E
24= 48°49'30.66"N 2°11'54.89"E
25= 30°32'31.77"N 47°49'30.80"E
26= 33°13'33.84"N111°35'49.11"W
27= 6°42'50.68"N 42°11'57.84"E
28= 53°31'54.29"N 1°21'23.58"W
29= 44°40'52.53"N 10°19'1.83"E
30= 29°31'54.78"S137°28'9.37"E
31= 37°37'45.22"N116°50'54.11"W
32= 50° 0'40.02"N110° 6'45.56"W
33= 37°24'5.00"N116°52'4.00"W
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Reply By: ChallengeLee - Thursday, Apr 03, 2008 at 19:57

Thursday, Apr 03, 2008 at 19:57
That was just too cool, l'm only half way through the list but was some interesting sights so far.
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Reply By: Richard Kovac - Thursday, Apr 03, 2008 at 22:48

Thursday, Apr 03, 2008 at 22:48
Matt, thats good but they mist one

32°13'5.16"S 125°21'33.15"E

Cheers

Richard
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Follow Up By: Member - Mike DID - Friday, Apr 04, 2008 at 00:01

Friday, Apr 04, 2008 at 00:01
- bloody vandalising the landscape with advertising !
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Reply By: Member - Doug T (FNQ) - Thursday, Apr 03, 2008 at 23:05

Thursday, Apr 03, 2008 at 23:05
No 1 was good....nice water

Try this one W 1° 25' N 6° 30'
It is a 7.5 Klm wide Meteor Crater , as you zoom down you will see on the southern side what looks like grains of brown sugar, go in closer .

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Follow Up By: Member - Mike DID - Friday, Apr 04, 2008 at 00:15

Friday, Apr 04, 2008 at 00:15
LOTS of runways here

34.948146,-117.868195
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Follow Up By: Member - Matt (Perth-WA) - Friday, Apr 04, 2008 at 14:31

Friday, Apr 04, 2008 at 14:31
Yes that surprised me...used to be a large helicoper..I think SeaKing flying over the water. But since the upgrade of photos...its moved on!

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Reply By: Member - Doug T (FNQ) - Thursday, Apr 03, 2008 at 23:20

Thursday, Apr 03, 2008 at 23:20
Hows this for a Motor Home Park

36° 8'29.76"N 115° 9'49.08"W

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Reply By: Member - Mike DID - Thursday, Apr 03, 2008 at 23:59

Thursday, Apr 03, 2008 at 23:59
Amazing, I have a close look at No.1 and I see the ship that I crew on at

-33.8535,151.233073

- but it also appears at

-33.845398,151.237278
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Follow Up By: Gone Bush (WA) - Friday, Apr 04, 2008 at 00:23

Friday, Apr 04, 2008 at 00:23
Have you heard of the Philadelphia Experiment Mike?

Google it.
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Follow Up By: Member - Mike DID - Friday, Apr 04, 2008 at 09:06

Friday, Apr 04, 2008 at 09:06
- whooooo . . . maybe there's a clone of me sailing on the other ship !
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Reply By: Member - Andrew (QLD) - Friday, Apr 04, 2008 at 00:23

Friday, Apr 04, 2008 at 00:23
For some idea of the highest resolutions being introduced into the progam as standard, check out this: Faces (Kmz file) at 3° 0.151'S 33° 5.400'E

Though with so many people looking up, you can safely assume that this is not a satellite image rather an image captured by an aircraft/helicopter via the National Geographic flyover program.

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Follow Up By: Member - Mike DID - Friday, Apr 04, 2008 at 00:50

Friday, Apr 04, 2008 at 00:50
Zoom in here

-33.702417,151.094996

These power line wires are 1 cm diameter and they are clearly visible !
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Reply By: Member - Mike DID - Friday, Apr 04, 2008 at 00:39

Friday, Apr 04, 2008 at 00:39
After the bushfire

-33.675586,151.126342
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