Heh, that's cool. But I heard that some people used earth.google to look for military secrets
I don't see how it would be really all that possible, the images of mahor cities are fairly clear but not clear o disern any real information I would think, besides the images are anywhere from 1 - 3 years old. But I suppose it could be used to estimate armaments or facility placement.
one word: jealousy.
Many people can't stand it that others have success when they themselves can't hold a steady job (or at least not one where they make a few million off their own hard work, often they don't work hard of course).
Stanislaw, Emilia Earhart went missing over the mid Pacific, almost halfway around the world from Bermuda (and no, she didn't have the fuel to get there).
And aliens have never been found there or anywhere (unless it be some illegal aliens from Mexico or Cuba who got lost).
Not sure if this has already been posted and maybe it's just me, but checkout http://moon.google.com and zoom all the way in to any of the landing spots.
I guess this confirms the wallace and gromit thing now! :eek:
4. Is Google Moon a result of your Copernicus initiative?
Glad you asked, and yes, the development of our lunar hosting and research center continues apace. We usually don't announce future products in advance, but in this case, yes, we can confirm that on July 20th, 2069, in honor of the 100th anniversary of mankind's first manned lunar landing, Google will fully integrate Google Local search capabilities into Google Moon, which will allow our users to quickly find lunar business addresses, numbers and hours of operation, among other valuable forms of Moon-oriented local information.