Amazingly enough, there is one video on YouTube which depicts an enormous underwater wall encircling our entire planet, and it is underneath the surface of the oceans on the Earth.
The Underwater Findings
The YouTube channels Flat Earth Arabic uncovered this wall which actually seems to traverse tens of thousands of miles, and the finding fits in ideally alongside past Google Earth discoveries such as UFOs, pyramids, gigantic towers, petroglyphs and sunken cities especially. What is important to note is the enormous wall in question, highlighted after recent discoveries of an underwater pyramid off the Mexican coastline, and one of the biggest ancient Mayan cities. More specifically, about five years ago, the American Angela Micol has discovered some pyramids that were bigger than those on the Giza Plateau, as well as several other jaw-dropping underwater structures found by using Google Earth.
Is It Real or Is It Fake?
Even though all of these discoveries are incredibly fascinating, people can debate that they all faint in comparison to the submerged global wall. It may seem impossible that it is a naturally occurring formation, and if it is real, it would all but prove that there were some highly advanced ancient civilizations in existence for about thousands or even millions of years before the known human civilizations.
However, as the implications are so shocking, the evidence which proves the reality of the wall must be beyond contestation. Before, some of these discoveries have been right, as well as explained away by “Google Earth glitches,” in large part as the panorama created by the stitching of multiple photographic images will sometimes produce genuinely unrealistic, as well as inaccurate results.
Computer software is a great at creating apparently seamless, as well as flawless images, but sometimes, it must make some digital hypotheses and corrections as well, to do so. As we mentioned before, skeptics have usually used those “honest mistakes” so they could offer counter – conclusions to previous underwater discoveries like Portuguese pyramid which is estimated to be over 20,000 years old.
Aside from some digital stitching, lighting, perspective, and numberless other variables are more than capable of deceiving human eyes and minds as well. In the instance of this submerged global wall, a different background combined with a continuous foreground could just be the culprit:
So, with all this in mind, what do you say? Glitch or Eureka?
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