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Atlantis disappears from Google Earth
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Msg#: 4414951 posted 2:56 am on Feb 7, 2012 (gmt 0)

The latest update to Google Earth has resolved the software error that caused some to suspect the lost city of Atlantis had been found in the Atlantic Ocean.

For the last three years, Google Earth has shown what appears to be a grid on the sea floor between the Canary Islands and the mid-Atlantic ridge that bisects the ocean. After it was spotted, Google explained that the pattern was formed by a processing glitch caused by overlapping data sets, but that didnít stop some internet denizens fond of tinfoil headgear from proclaiming that the image is proof that the legendary city existed.

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Msg#: 4414951 posted 3:18 am on Feb 7, 2012 (gmt 0)

Guess I will have to cancel my vacation. :)

Marshall

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Msg#: 4414951 posted 10:49 am on Feb 7, 2012 (gmt 0)

Its obvious that men in black helicopters pressured Google into removing the image of Atlantis so we will not find out about all the flying saucers they have there.

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Msg#: 4414951 posted 10:53 am on Feb 7, 2012 (gmt 0)

You guys missed it all. The Panda is in charge. The content was too thin, too shallow, and was above the fold. Can't believe you missed that!

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