UFO enthusiasts and conspiracy theorists have discovered several inexplicable items on Google Earth in the past. Google Earth has captured the imaginations of people all across the world, from pyramids to strange structures, petroglyphs, and even underwater towns.
We recently reported on a rumored discovery off the coast of Mexico—12°8’1.5′′N, 119°35’26.4′′W—where a researcher allegedly uncovered a massive underwater pyramid. ‘Researchers’ have discovered items that purportedly contradict what we know about our past among the various constructions that are thought to remain concealed beneath the water.
Last year, a youngster using Google Earth ‘found’ one of the Maya’s largest, previously undiscovered ancient towns, according to academics.
Researchers all throughout the world have been looking for Pyramids and other constructions that have escaped specialists for decades in similar ways.
Using satellite pictures, American researcher Angela Micol discovered “Pyramids greater than those seen on the Giza Plateau” in 2012.
However, Google Earth has been used to make several other discoveries.
Last year, we told you about a massive structural complex that stretches for 76 km at its farthest reaches.
Off the coast of Baja California, enigmatic tube-like structures with a width of around 2.4 miles have been discovered. Countless people believe they are only a few of the many undersea buildings on our planet because of their unusual shape and distinct lines.
These latest assertions, on the other hand, are likely to be unprecedented.
To many, this wall’s sheer magnitude and linearity imply that it is not a natural development. Many individuals believe that anything like this is totally feasible as a result of various discoveries discovered throughout the world that utterly contradict history as we have been taught in school. After all, they argue, the Earth is millions of years old, and we’re begging to find proof that numerous ancient civilizations once populated the world.
BUT WAIT A MINUTE, THIS CANNOT BE A WALL, RIGHT?
When you zoom in on the specified locations, you can see what appears to be a HUGE structure. But who could have built such a structure? How old is it if it is an artificial structure? What was the point of it?
Many others disagree, claiming that we are not looking at a real wall. In reality, the puzzling discovery might have a completely rational explanation.
What if we’re dealing with a Google Earth bug?
Because Google Earth’maps the earth’ using multiple photos, it’s very rare to come across areas of the map that don’t exactly line up, resulting in a MASSIVE wall that encircles the whole planet.
One of the most plausible explanations for this “amazing discovery” is that we are looking at a digital seam in the Poles’ mapping.
ERROR IN STITCHING SATELLITE IMAGES?
The method of integrating numerous photographic photos with overlapping fields of view to form a segmented panorama or high-resolution image is known as image stitching or photo stitching.
Most ways to image stitching, which are often done using computer software, need virtually precise overlaps between photos and similar exposures to generate seamless results.
Image stitching is common in today’s world, and it was employed in the satellite photographs on Google Earth.
BUT AN ENTIRE WALL AROUND THE EARTH?
A variety of factors might have contributed to such an outcome. Many factors, including illumination, angle of view, and reference, may have contributed to this enormous inaccuracy. The shifting backdrop between two photographs with the same continuous foreground might be one of the most frequent causes for the seam to occur.