> Hi Corpuscles,
> If you Google Earth the Plateau up and behind the
> Pyramids, 11 miles, you will discover the city
> "6th of October" with a large body of water. While
> you are looking at it,... place your pointer over
> that body of water, and you should get a reading
> of 385 feet. The ground around G1 will read at 200
> feet. Now, take you mouse pointer and place it
> over to the right, and you will discover reading
> 600 - 800 feet. Follow the discoloring (ridge) and
> eventually you should get a reading of 1000 feet.
> These are mountain ranges, and not some flat
> waterless desert ground. Mountains retain water,
> eventually draining out into lower elevations. I
> don't mean to be causing harm, to those who
> believe otherwise, and think only their
> indoctrination is correct. I say indoctrination,
> as everything is a learning process, and it is
> normal to fight change, once you have adopted a
> belief. In the end, I may be totally wrong. I hope
> to 3D map it, as there is new technology for 3D
> terrain mapping. Hopefully, it will help us make a
> better decision. It is called research, and
> nothing more.
> Go take a look, and tell me what you see.
Well, as a courtesy I did look.
It is interesting, down under, google gives us a look from the other direction.
I saw the green agricultural fields North West of the "city" but no large body of water?
(I found a few swimming pools do they count?)
Perhaps you could post the pic of that? For your keen viewers?
"Mountains" 1,000ft! ??? OK, if you insist.
Sincerely Sorry, I was serious, I am not really interested in your fantasy.
But have fun! ;-)