Massive Underwater wall?

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    Mysterious ‘Underwater Wall’ That Circles The ENTIRE Planet Found On Google Earth

    Mysterious ‘Underwater Wall’ That Circles The ENTIRE Planet Found On Google Earth
    A new YouTube video claims there’s a massive wall underneath the Earth’s oceans, surrounding the planet.
    Of all the strange things found on Google Earth, this may be the strangest.
    Last year, a teenager using Google Earth ‘discovered’ what researchers are calling one of the largest, previously unknown ancient cities belonging to the Maya.

    In 2012, American researcher Angela Micol discovered pyramids larger than those found on the Giza Plateau, using satellite images.
    This wall’s sheer size and its adherence to linearity indicate it is not a natural formation to many. In fact, many people are convinced that due to the numerous discoveries made across the globe which completely contradict history as we have been taught in school, something like this is entirely possible. After all—they say—Earth is millions of years old and we are begging to uncover evidence that suggests many ancient civilizations inhabited Earth in our planet’s long history.

    Zooming in on the provided coordinates you clearly see what seems to be a MASSIVE structure. But who could have erected such a wall? If it really is an artificial structure, how old is it? What was its purpose?
    But what if we are looking at a Google Earth glitch?
    One of the most likely explanations for this ‘impressive find’ is that we are looking at a digital seam in the mapping of the Poles.
    Image stitching or photo stitching is the process of combining multiple photographic images with overlapping fields of view to produce a segmented panorama or high-resolution image.
    Commonly performed through the use of computer software, most approaches to image stitching require nearly exact overlaps between images and identical exposures to produce seamless results.
    Image stitching is widely used in today’s world and was used in the satellite images we are seeing on Google Earth – but an entire wall seems strange.
    So what are we actually looking at?
     
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    What the heck? OK, my archaeologist guys....explain this, please!
     
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    This is the question that I have.
     
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    I've read a bit about the Bimini Road, and it is my opinion that it is just a natural geological phenomenon. The scientists that debunk the claim that it is man-made, have more critical evidence than those that claim it is man-made. For example, the fact that the stones are not perfect blocks, but actually have rounded edges and corners, contradicts the claims of perfectly engineered square blocks. I believe what the consensus is among geologists and other scientists who find that the "road" is naturally jointed beach rock.
     
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    I'm in agreement with Sea on this one. As far as the massive underwater wall, I can't make ou much from the Google Earth video. it could be something as simple as a "glitch" where map segments have been "pasted" together, or possibly a geologic feature. Not enough on this one to say much more. However, the Bimini Wall, and others, like the Japenese Yonaguni "Pyramids," are most certainly geologic formations.
     
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