New Land Discovered, isn’t on MapTHEORY
I have recently discovered something quite remarkable. As a rather curious person that loves finding new things; I came across something on Google Maps; and I think I may of discovered something that I shouldn’t of. What I had found; instantly shocked me, which I’m confident in saying that I discovered a huge mass of land; mostly of ice, that was in a place it should not of been; according to every map that has ever been published – as they do not show the land that I had found.
Of course, we have the North Pole and Antarctica, but the massive piece of scattered land could actually be a completely new ‘continent’; due to it’s size. At the time of writing this article; the mass of land that I am talking about; can still be viewed by anyone, although the chances that you’ll find it is very low – unless you know exactly where to look.
The location of this land can be seen above Siberia. As you can see from the first images; the line starts between the South Siberian sea and the Chukchi sea; then extends out towards the Arctic sea. Entering or clicking on the following coordinates in Google Earth/Maps, you will see a very thin line in the Google Earth’s image. Zoom in as much as you can on this line and you’ll see what I saw.
Coordinates: 73°08’54.4″N 179°59’28.0″E
Now, many skeptics will of course brush this off and find some silly excuse as to what I found isn’t what I say it is… but if you look at the images carefully; you will indeed notice it really is land and more importantly – it does not look like any other shape of land anywhere on earth, and there’s too much of it.
It’s a fact that NASA has doctored many images of the Earth; so what you see on Google Maps isn’t always going to be accurate either. By the looks of it, even Google has to ‘stitch’ individual image data so that they can bring us the sphere that we are told that we live on. Is what I accidentally found a result of Google’s ‘poor’ stitch work? I think yes.
Note: If using the Google Map below, please ensure that you have switched it to satellite view before zooming in; otherwise you will not be able to see the line.
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