GobiGate: UFO Base Exposed by Google Earth

Real, fake or mistake? Does Google Earth cloud over and superimpose fake images?

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By Gordon Duff, Senior Editor

Call it fun.  We know Google Earth clouds over and superimposes fake images over sites that expose a narrative the public is excluded from.

Sources tell us that bases in the US and Australia have been “Google Earthed” with large triangular craft, by large we mean over a kilometer across, “chained” to the ground.

Today’s oddity includes the Gobi base but a version only days later with odd alterations.



version 2, August 12, 2018
version 1, a week earlier

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  1. Certainly Google earth obfuscates images, by pixelation and blurring locations they don’t want you to see, for whatever reason. And there’s plenty of those, evidently. And they make them obvious in this fashion.

    • Google aerial images of Gaza are low resolution, most likely to hide the damage from the bombing and shelling.

  2. I see a construction project in it’s early stages and the same project at a later date, perhaps close to completion. The dates and disappearing and reappearing images happen all the time. I watched a highway project in another state go on for years on Google Earth. The entire image is changed every time I look. Buildings, roadways, construction equipment, patches of forest and even locations come and go, even though I see by project photos on the DOT website, shows the project was finished last year. No UFO would be caught dead at this place. I’m sure the reason for the constant changes are somehow related to their data collection process.

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