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Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Google Earth Uncovers Mysterious White Lines In Chinese Desert

If crop circles are too 20th century for you, how about some large white lines—laid out in an odd grid-like pattern—strewn across the Chinese desert?

Thanks to Google Maps satellite imagery, online map enthusiasts have discovered a few odd-looking formations in China. And with the discovery of the white lines stretching over one mile long and 3,000 feet wide, you can be certain folks will continue searching for more interesting Chinese designs.


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

It's been confirmed that these designs are used to coordinate satellites. They're used by many countries, in fact you'll probably find a few here in the States as well.