Friday, January 4, 2008

More Fun(?) With Google Earth


Okay, I have a bit of a strange situation on my hands here, and I decided to postpone my original post idea until tomorrow. Maybe someone can shed some light on this for me. Now I have been making some comedic posts involving our friends at the Google company. None of them really at their expense mind you, but posts where their tools have been utilized in the name of chaos and mischief. I don't THINK they could be involved but...I just don't know. I called up my house on Google earth the other night and when I zoomed in, I saw this weird streak of light going right over my roof.

If you have this program (and you should), you can zoom in on the thing at 9°56'59.40"N Latitude and 84° 7'52.83"W Longitude. If you don't have it, you can see the pictures I have attached here. It almost looks like some kind of electro-light tadpole thingie. I've decided to name it Kermit and ask some people smarter than me what it actually could be.

People supposedly see UFOs in the sky down here quite a bit, and at least once a week someone is on the news who claimed to see one. However they also figured out a way to make moonshine out of sugar cane, so I usually take those news stories with a grain of salt. But this thing is zipping over MY roof! Should I make a quick "implant check" on myself? If it does turn out that I was tagged like a wildebeest by some intergalactic Steve Irwin, I'll be pissed at first but after a while I'd figure out a way to have fun with it.

I'll let you know what the smarter people have to say as I get responses, but until then , tell me what YOU think...

8 comments:

Frank Taylor said...

What your seeing is a reflection of sunlight off a bright object near your house into the camera of the satellite. There are many similar reflections like this to be found in the satellite imagery of Google Earth. See this post for other examples:

http://bbs.keyhole.com/ubb/showthreaded.php/Cat/0/Number/423054/

Nicole said...

They have tracked down your house because of the pranks you're playing and keep it marked for others to play tricks on you ;)

~SpaceFairy~ said...

Aliens! ...this is the only logical explanation ;p

...or it could be a weather balloon reflecting venus, magnified through swamp gasses....

:)

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Shafty said...

Some people spend their lives looking at Google Earth for strange items or undiscovered locations...

Weird...

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