How Google Maps erases artifacts
How Google Maps erases artifacts
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Everyone who was fond of searches in Google Maps noticed that some parts of the maps, apparently for reasons of secrecy, either have such a low resolution that they cannot be viewed on them, or are completely retouched.

Today Google Maps is considered "the leader among modern mapping services that provide satellite interactive maps online." We are used to trusting everything that is depicted on these maps, even if the military is hiding there something of their own, especially secret, for security. But companies like Google employ thousands of specialists with appropriate access to secrets, who can not only change the image of objects, but even change the earth's landscape. Level the mountains, fill up the pits, change the shape of the coast and so on, and we are not talking about a computer game, but about maps based on images from space and oceanographic research with echolocation devices.

These are not just unfounded statements, but facts that you can verify yourself.

This is how the northern tip of the Novaya Zemlya archipelago looks now on Google Maps. Pay attention to the chain of "bumps" located under the water near the coast.

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“Well, the bumps are in a line, and what's wrong with that,” you say. And the fact that in fact it all looks completely different. This is how it looked on archived Google Maps 2009. On the net you can find the full version of the program with a map of the Arctic ocean floor and interesting tags (SAS. Planet version 101206), just do not update it.

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Any geologist will confirm to you that nature does not like straight lines, symmetrical and identical sequences. And what has been erased from the maps can definitely be called man-made objects of previous "antediluvian" civilizations. This is not a reservation, since the objects that we are now considering at the bottom of the sea were probably on land before the Flood. Estimate the scope and scale of this work! Below is a scale of 50 km. With this resolution, the pyramids of Egypt will be just a grain of sand (they are hardly distinguishable even with a scale of 5 km). The objects at the bottom are several times larger than the pyramids we know.

Imagine for a moment that the pyramids of Egypt were erased from all maps. And what would happen to the history of this country if it lost its main treasure? And if in the same way to erase on the maps and from the memory of the human Easter Island with its idols …

And what to say about the maps of the Moon or Mars, there you can generally erase whatever you want, until the space tourists are brought there.

But back to our exploration at the bottom of the sea.

We see to the left of Novaya Zemlya, at the bottom of the Barents Sea, lines from a chain of "bumps" or whole embankments, individual pits or channels (on the archive map).

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And their complete absence on Google Maps today.

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It should be noted that not all modern maps have been censored so severely. Or did Bing employees lack the strength or resources to edit the underwater part of the map?.. For which we are grateful. Currently, you can view all the interesting places I'm talking about on Bing Maps on your own by switching to satellite view.

Although the image is much darker, everything is interesting and so you can see it. The lines of embankments are hundreds of kilometers long. The volume of work performed is gigantic in scale.

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Pay attention to the equal distances between adjacent "tubercles" in the chain.

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In addition to the objects shown, I would also like to draw your attention to the unusual topography of the seabed of the Arctic Ocean, closer to the North Pole and opposite Chukotka. Here the relief resembles the ruins of a city with a rectangular "quarterly buildings". But the “quarters” here are tens of kilometers in size.

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Let me remind you that nature does not like straight lines.And this beauty is also not on Google Maps.

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Finally, I want to show the most interesting of the found. This is a geometrically correct location of a whole field of "bumps" located at the bottom of the Arctic Ocean, near the Canadian island of Prince Patrick.

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Here's a comparison of two satellite interactive maps Bing and Google Maps.

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But I came across such a photo on the network, taken somewhere in the Far North. It is possible that under the water column there are the same "pyramids", only much larger.

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If you try to answer your questions: “Who built this? When?", then I can offer you this answer, but not everyone will like it.

Work on the ocean floor could have been performed by a previous civilization. Before the first Flood (and there were apparently several of them), when the bottom was still dry tens of thousands of years ago.

Legendary Daariya (otherwise: Arctida, Hyperborea, Severia, Arctogea) - these are all the names of the continent now submerged, located at the North Pole.

Hyperborea (located "beyond Boreas", "beyond the north wind") - in ancient Greek mythology, this is the legendary northern country, the habitat of the Hyperborean people.

The ancient Roman scholar Pliny the Elder wrote the following about the Hyperboreans in his "Natural History":

“Behind these (Riphean) mountains, on the other side of Aquilon, a happy people called the Hyperboreans are reaching very advanced years and glorified by wonderful legends. They believe that there are the loops of the world and the extreme limits of the circulation of the luminaries. The sun shines there for six months, and this is only one day when the sun does not hide (as the ignorant would think) from the spring equinox to the autumn one, the luminaries there rise only once a year at the summer solstice, and set only at the winter one. This country is all in the sun, with a fertile climate and devoid of any harmful wind. Homes for these residents are groves, forests; the cult of the Gods is managed by individuals and by the whole society; there is no discord or disease of any kind. Death comes there only from satiety with life."

Various sources have information about this country, although they call it differently. The ancient Indian epics also described the country of the Gods, where the sun does not set for six months.

Today, a copy of Daaria's map has survived, which was copied by Gerard Mercator from the wall of one of the pyramids in Giza (Egypt), published by his son Rudolph in 1595. The maps of Mercator, a Flemish cartographer and geographer, were mostly used by medieval sailors.

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In conclusion, I would like to say that in connection with extensive studies of the bottom of the Arctic Ocean in search of hydrocarbons, our scientists (and the military) have already accumulated enough material. But neither academicians from the Russian Academy of Sciences, nor the Russian Geographical Society (under the leadership of Sergei Kuzhugetovich Shoigu) are in no hurry to share the information received. The Subpolar Urals are very interesting, and the Arctic coast itself, but it was "cleaned up" on all maps thoroughly. But there, according to knowledgeable people, there is a lot of interesting things. They say that geologists in the circumpolar regions were forbidden to "lift their eyes from the ground", to examine the ruins of ancient cities and megalithic structures, and even more so to tell about everything they saw.

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Now times have come, our country is gaining independence again. Modern military bases are being built beyond the Arctic Circle in the Arctic, and coastal infrastructure is being restored and updated along the entire Northern Sea Route. Geological exploration is underway on the offshore shelf, and natural gas is being produced. Plants for the liquefaction of gas, which we supply abroad, are already in operation. But this is all for the sake of the commercial component, which brings income to companies and taxes to the country's budget.

So let's not forget about the great heritage of the land we live on and our history. This is our territory, which means our heritage.

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