Scan in the end times, Pt. 2
While most of you may have already discoverd this horrific/beautiful/scary yet fun tool, I have just now downloaded google earth (earth.google.com) and have been spending time doing really important searches. a few of the results, thus far:
Bar Harbor, Maine = Pretty good shots, although couldn't find the chemical lab that i stole the plans from.
Farmland, Indiana = Erica Anderson's Hometown, able to find not only where her dad's house use to be, but where her grandpa's shop is, and even her hairdresser's red car (from space!)
Taj Mahal = Really out of focus, ecspecially compared to erics's hometown. I guess space thinks it sucks.
My House = Not bad, although a little obscured by trees, too close zooming proves to be only blurry
Jake's House = The above picture. come nicely into focus at a pretty close range. From space!
Granshakh, Afghanistan = While many obscure things in afghanistan appear, this one mysteriously doesn't even exist. Could it be the nearby U.S airforce base at Bagram? Hmm...
Grand Canyon = I suppose i should have a guessed it would look lame from space, but boy, i didn't know how lame something could look till i saw the grand canyon. The Worst!
Anyway, If you haven't downloaded it yet, you should do it, search for your house or something, and then realize that if this kind of stuff is available to regular citizens, what kind of scary crap does the government have?