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UFO Landing Site Markers?

The Center for Land Use Interpretation Bar Code Calibration - RF CafeThis evidently buzz-worthy item du jour hit the news wires in the last couple days. There are many people who's hobby is scanning every square inch of terra firma as imaged from space by Google Earth and Street View cameras. I could not find an official organization they can belong to, but most would not want to be identified anyway lest the black helicopters swoop in to snatch them in the middle of the night. Like the mysterious patterns that were spotted in the Gobi Desert last year, these black and white patterns show up at U.S. military installations and various other locations. Reportedly, they were constructed as long ago as the 1950s for calibrating cameras in high-altitude spy aircraft like the SR-71 Blackbird and the U-2 Dragon Lady (not Bono's group). The Center for Land Use Interpretation has a collection of aerial images of the bar codes and some from-the-ground images. For other interesting images, try the Google Earth Cool Places website, where people continuously upload new sightings.

UFO Landing Site Markers? - RF Cafe



Posted  February 2013