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the successful removal of my street from google earth and google streetview after a short battle with the creeps at google.
I heard there was a controversial landmark a mile or so east of Disney World Florida... But I don't have Google Earth handy right now...
My house, The aircraft bone yards in Arizona (?) The off site nuke storage bunkers outside what used to be Carswell AFB. Most any large city Most any high detail unpopulated area Disney world Most any airport Anywhere in Italy London NY,NY The little (not anymore) farm town I spent some of my youth in Coral Island, Blackpool Central pier South pier West pier Just about anyplace you look. I get mesmerized by all of the detail available on GE.
Wow! I don't think I've ever posted an answer so good that someone else liked it so much that that copied it entirely and posted it as their own. Thanks for the compliment!
LOL. Good attitude.
Being able to look over my own back fence......., and see the rust spots on my car. :(
I'm a big fan of environmental damage, places like abandoned nuclear power plants, strip mining sites, chat piles, old neighborhoods abandoned due to POPs in the soil, that sort of thing. Some links: Chernobyl, Prypiat, Ukraine: site of the world's worst nuclear reactor accident http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chernobyl_Nuclear_Power_Planthttp://stable.toolserver.org/geohack/geohack.php?pagename=Chernobyl_Nuclear_Power_Plant¶ms=51_23_22.39_N_30_05_56.93_E_region:UA_type:landmark Berkeley Pit, Butte, Montana: big freakin' hole, with acid water and dissolved metals http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Berkeley_Pithttp://stable.toolserver.org/geohack/geohack.php?pagename=Berkeley_Pit¶ms=46_01_02.38_N_112_30_36.60_W_region:US_type:landmarkhttp://www.billingsgazette.com/newdex.php?display=rednews/2003/01/12/build/local/pitdog.inc Bone Valley, Polk County, Florida: piles of phosphogypsum, slightly radioactive http://stable.toolserver.org/geohack/geohack.php?pagename=Polk_County,_Florida¶ms=27.96_N_-81.70_E_type:adm2_region:US-FL_source:UScensus1990http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phosphogypsumhttp://www.fluoridealert.org/phosphate/overview.htm Picher, Oklahoma: piles of "chat" lead mining waste http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Picher,_Oklahomahttp://stable.toolserver.org/geohack/geohack.php?pagename=Picher,_Oklahoma¶ms=36.982824_N_-94.832777_E_type:city_region:US&title=Picher%2C+Oklahomahttp://www.pbs.org/independentlens/creekrunsred/ Love Canal,Niagra Falls, New York: suburb built on top of toxic waste dump http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Love_Canalhttp://stable.toolserver.org/geohack/geohack.php?pagename=Love_Canal¶ms=43.080518_N_-78.948956_E_type:landmark_region:US&title=Love+Canal Times Beach, Missouri: neighborhood abandoned due to dioxin contamination http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Times_Beach,_Missourihttp://stable.toolserver.org/geohack/geohack.php?pagename=Times_Beach,_Missouri¶ms=38_30_N_90_36_W_
Just go to Youtube and type in "Google Earth secrets" or something like that, and some pretty cool videos will come up. My favorite is this weird face in the dunes of Africa.
A really big volcanoe with lots of diferent colours on it like brown and green.
My house, The aircraft bone yards in Arizona (?) The off site nuke storage bunkers outside what used to be Carswell AFB. Most any large city Most any high detail unpopulated area Disney world Most any airport Anywhere in Italy London NY,NY The little (not anymore) farm town I spent some of my youth in Just about anyplace you look. I get mesmerized by all of the detail available on GE.