Has anybody noticed that there’s a HUGE black spot in the middle of the desert over 4 miles in diameter? Or, at least, i’ve been led to believe this. Go here www.local.google.com, and type into the space provided exactly as presented: 24 52’ 23.81" N 17 49’ 24.22" E. You’ll be amazed at the results.
I don’t think that’s a cave. There’s a grey spot in the middle that looks like rock. Maybe a lake? I dunno…
Once you zoom out, you can zoom back in again, try that.
Maybe someone didn’t want people to see something there, and they fogged it up so you can’t see it :O_O:
And no, in no way shape or form do I believe that theory.
1.) It’s a mountain or basin of some sort that produced a very large shadow during the time of the satellite shot.
2.) It’s in Libya, right? It could be a millitary base, hence the “cover-up.”
Number two was actually MY thought… It seems a little far fetched, but whatever. What do you think that grey spot near the middle is?
Hint: Zoom in, like I said. After you zoom out. It lets you get close again.
Well, if the shot was a defect, obviously it was the part that was left untouched. If it’s a base, then either the editor was too lazy to black that out, or it isn’t even a base at all and it’s a shadow because of a mountain/basin. Why doesn’t someone here go to Libya and find out?