Inexplicable Underwater Wall that Circles the Entire Planet Found on Google Earth
According to the video that you’ll be able to watch in this article, the Earth is surrounded by a huge wall that we can see clearly beneath our planet’s oceans, using Google Earth.
This mysterious wall has been found by the YouTube channel and it supposedly stretches around more than ten thousand miles along the ocean.
UFO enthusiasts and conspirators always find countless unexplained things on Google Earth. From pyramids to unidentifiable isles and even massive holes in the oceans. Google Earth has unleashed the imagination of the people ever since it first appeared. Last year, using Google Earth, a teenager “discovered” the ruins of an unknown city belonging to the Maya civilization.
Last year, using Google Earth, a teenager “discovered” the ruins of an unknown city belonging to the Maya civilization.
Using the same technique, researchers all around the world have been looking for lost structures or constructions. American researcher Angela Micol made an amazing discovery in 2012, she discovered pyramids bigger than the pyramids of Giza. Nonetheless, these new discoveries go beyond anything we’ve ever come across. This wall, in particular, has a size and linearity that demonstrate it is not a natural formation at all.
Actually, many of you are sure that numerous discoveries made across the planet completely contradict history as we know it. We are beginning to uncover evidence that suggests many ancient civilizations inhabited our planet before us, while they tell us that Earth is only 1 million years old. But what if the “wall” is just a mere glitch or error? We already know that Google Earth uses many different images to create a “mapping”, so it would no be impossible to believe that many areas and images that this application produce does not exist in reality.
In conclusion, we cannot be sure if we are looking at a real wall under the oceans are just a simple error of application, as we always say on this page, is up to you to draw your own conclusion.