Originally posted by forkedknightAnd yet, you can make a seven-letter password un-"hack"-able by typing really quickly.
Amazing how you can take 12 pixels of an image, a miniscule white blip on a giant planet, and presume that those pixels are an exact and accurate representation of what is on the surface of Mars.
Originally posted by mikelomI have one of Atlantis in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean LOL on Google Earth
OMG? ...... There ISSZZZZ life on Mars. Proof at last!
William Hill owes me 3.4 quadrillion baht!
Wet HEY! I'm over the moon!
Originally posted by menace71Its pretty well known to those of us who use Google earth a lot, that these are sonar tracks of ships. They are all over the oceans, not just here. They are basically lines of higher resolution in the data. However Google recently changed Google earth to make it look more uniform from higher up, so such things are now a lot less obvious.
Looks man made but obviously someone could of placed (Hacked) that image in there somehow and also it could be a natural formation.
@ 31' 16'55.99 N by 24'22'55.30 W looks like lines or tracks ?
Originally posted by twhiteheadLol Whats the problem, did you get a fright.
I have no problem with amateur arm chair adventurers using tools like Google Earth or Google Mars to learn about the universe and maybe even find stuff in the imagery that nobody else has noticed. But when a reporter takes up stories like these and turns them into a sensationalist articles, and doesn't even bother to check the basic facts, or print the well known explanation for a phenomena, then they are being irresponsible.[/b]
Originally posted by twhiteheadWell, it might be a missile silo. Bet you never thought of THAT one
Huh? I have a problem with people deliberately spreading misinformation for sensationalist reasons. I don't see why you think I got a fright. Frightened by what?