‘Underwater wall’ found hidden in Google maps.
Since its unveiling 2005, Google Earth has thrown up some interesting talking points.
Never before were people able to walk down a street in a country they had never set foot in, from the comfort of their own home.
Google Earth has been the unveiler of some unfortunate individuals being caught cheating on their partners, crimes being committed and has showcased the downright weird and wonderful landscape of planet earth.
But aside from the humorous and the shocking, Google maps has also revealed some other interesting phenomenon.
Parts of the earth’s landscape that had never been seen by the human eye were revealed thanks to the special satellite imagery which was used to map every inch of the earth’s surface.
The elusive area 51 has been reportedly ‘airbrushed’ out of the Nevada desert where it is rumored to be, and some strange features of the earth’s surface have been revealed.
A video has been released which documents the finding of a huge underwater ‘wall’ in the oceans around Baja California, with estimates putting the walls at around 2.4 miles wide and hundreds of miles long when measured in comparison to the surrounding features.
The video, produced by the Youtube channel “Flat Earth Arabic” takes the viewer to the exact spot in the Mexico – California border where the creepy underwater structures appear to exist.
But what are they? This is not the first time underwater cities and civilizations have been proposed and explored. The ancient underwater city of Atlantis is a firm member of American folklore history and it has never been disproved, even many educated scholars have to admit that the existence of it is a distinct possibility.
Google has always kept tight-lipped about the stirs that are caused when someone finds something new an exciting on their maps, they can neither confirm or deny what people think they are seeing, it is down to whoever owns the land, and they are allowed to be as secretive as they want.
Some people have proposed that the huge ‘walls’ are the result of a poorly stitched-together Google image, which has produced a ridge in the image where two pictures were put together – Google has not said whether this is the case or not.
The theory that this object actually is an underwater wall, left from a previous civilization is not out of the realms of possibility, after all stranger things have happened.