This Baffling ‘Underwater Wall’ Recently Discovered on Google Earth Circles the Entire Planet
YouTube can be the vacuum that sucks out the life of its user. One second you’re looking up something legitimate to your life, and the next you’re watching “The Top 100 Cutest Baby Alligators”, and you have no idea how you got there. It’s kind of a miracle of modern-day Internetting.
But what about some of the more “obscure” stuff out there? Like UFO sitings or “strange” pyramids appearing in the Arctic? Yeah, those are kind of crazy, thought provoking, and sometimes, worth the YouTube hole. Maybe they’re real, maybe they’re not, but they’re damn intriguing.
So here’s one to watch and think about…It’s a video about the “discovery” of an underwater wall. According to the video, it stretches across the entire globe. Posted by “Flat Earth Arabic”, it’s a big claim.
But it’s nothing too crazy. I mean, we’ve been searching for underground tunnels, undiscovered pyramids, and lost cities since we began exploring this planet. “The Lost City of Z” is a huge mystery in the worlds of history and archaeology, and it’s still something people are talking about trying to find. And there as kid scanning through Google Maps not too long ago, and he just so happened to find a “lost” Mayan world hidden in the jungle. So, who knows really?
The thing is, this new claim is pretty massive. We’ve seen “huge” claims before, with miles of coastline being covered in a city off of Baja California, but saying that something stretches the entire globe is a pretty massive claim. Wouldn’t we have found this thing by now? Or wouldn’t have someone said something long ago? Possibly, but the Pyramids of Giza were buried by hundreds of thousands of tons of sand when they were first found, so who knows?
People who have taken a closer look at the coordinates provided believe that it could just be a glitch in the Google Maps technology. Different images are sometimes overlapped to create a whole image on Google Maps, and it can create a “seam” of sorts. If there is a consistent “seam” across many images, it may just appear to be a structure, but in reality, be nothing but an illusion.
Computers are, after all, a tool that isn’t always flawless. Human error is always involved with an object made by human hands. Could this just be an example of that same thing? Are we looking at what we want to see instead of what is actually there? Possibly. Or possibly not. Check it out for yourself and decide if the proof is in the pudding, as they say.