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Re: weirdest google earth images ever

Post by FullDisclosure » Wed Feb 22, 2012 8:52 pm

Those patterns have been debated for a while, the consensus is they are for military training exercises.

I found this quote on Google Earth at the original posters coordinates 40°27'24.87"N 93°23'37.34"E

Accession Number : AD0857631 Title : Probability of Kill by a Semi-Random Pattern. Descriptive Note : Rept. for Nov 66-Oct 67, Corporate Author : AEROSPACE CORP EL SEGUNDO CA ENGINEERING SCIENCE OPERATIONS Personal Author(s) : Duroux, J. W. Report Date : 14 JUL 1969 Pagination or Media Count : 42 Abstract : In this analysis, a model is formulated to compute the probability of killing a system of targets with a semi-random pattern of projectiles. The projectiles have regularly spaced nominal points from which their positions vary according to independent bivariate normal distributions. A Monte Carlo simulation is used to obtain probabilities of hit on the individual targets. The probability of kill given a hit is obtained using an individual kill criterion for each target. The probability of kill on the target system results from a logic function which expresses system survival in terms of the individual target survival states. Any level of complexity involving redundancy of targets and multiple hit requirements may be accommodated. The model has been programmed for digital computation. Sample results for some cases of general interest are presented in the report. (Author) Descriptors : *KILL PROBABILITIES), (*ANTIMISSILE DEFENSE SYSTEMS, CLUSTER WARHEADS), (*CLUSTER WARHEADS, MATHEMATICAL MODELS, TARGET DISCRIMINATION, MONTE CARLO METHOD, INTERCEPTION PROBABILITIES, SURVIVAL(PERSONNEL), VULNERABILITY, COMPUTER PROGRAMMING. Subject Categories : ANTIMISSILE DEFENSE SYSTEMS MILITARY OPERATIONS, STRATEGY AND TACTICS


Wired news also recently published an article on it:
http://www.wired.com/dangerroom/2011/11 ... ntic/all/1

Re: weirdest google earth images ever

Post by Stevestv65 » Wed Feb 22, 2012 1:55 pm

Check out this in the uk mirror newspaper today,

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/weird-news ... ash-737426

it looks a bit fake to me
:alien: :alien51: :nope:

Re: weirdest google earth images ever

Post by Crolin » Wed Feb 22, 2012 1:51 pm

zegtelzegtel wrote:Wtf is this?
please debunk this...I have no idea what it could be.. :roll:

Google earth this!


40°27'24.87"N


93°23'37.34"E

I know what it is.. It's the base of a pyramid before it's been built, the layout.

Imagine how they would of built a pyramid, from the base up right? So they would of had to have a plan or guideline on the ground to how they would build it, I think that's it in the ground, the pyramid was just never finished for whatever reason.

What do you think?

Re: weirdest google earth images ever

Post by Kate75 » Wed Feb 22, 2012 12:09 pm

kenny1 wrote:
zegtelzegtel wrote:Wtf is this?
please debunk this...I have no idea what it could be.. :roll:

Google earth this!


40°27'24.87"N


93°23'37.34"E

yup seen these images before,also look for the cities nearby without a soul in them.....




what are the coordanites for these cities?

Re: weirdest google earth images ever

Post by Toxic32 » Mon Nov 28, 2011 5:34 pm

Any one tried the following 66 6' N 66 6' E or 66 60' S 66 60' W and so on change N , S, E, W. Try it on the Earth then the Moon and then Mars and see what you fined.

Re: weirdest google earth images ever

Post by Kenny1 » Mon Nov 28, 2011 4:53 pm

zegtelzegtel wrote:Wtf is this?
please debunk this...I have no idea what it could be.. :roll:

Google earth this!


40°27'24.87"N


93°23'37.34"E

yup seen these images before,also look for the cities nearby without a soul in them.....

Re: weirdest google earth images ever

Post by Mysteriousstar » Mon Nov 28, 2011 3:45 pm

This images is pretty cool and weird! 8-)

Re: weirdest google earth images ever

Post by The57ironman » Wed Nov 16, 2011 11:46 pm

a bump for the chinese disinfo agents.....yukkity yuk yuk

Re: weirdest google earth images ever

Post by Mrseekeroftruth » Fri Nov 12, 2010 4:05 am

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Re: weirdest google earth images ever

Post by Mrseekeroftruth » Fri Nov 12, 2010 3:46 am

if you scroll right inbetween and slightly down the two strange squares on the map you will see a small square with 12 dark smaller squares inside, take a look a couple of them look as though they have been blown up, debris scattered and the earth looks blown/impacted? just a thought?

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