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July 15, 2005

Prediction corner

by Feòrag

[An interesting landscape]Peru: I fully expect that we will be seeing more of this satellite simulacrum, presented as a miraculous image of Jesus and therefore evidence of a Christian God who put it there.

Even if it does look more like Charles Darwin when you shrink it. Or maybe Confucious.

(via Simon)

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Posted in Forteana at 15:51. Last modified on September 28 2006 at 23:43.
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1: Posted by: Dave Bell | July 16, 2005 11:31 PM

I downloaded Google Earth today, and people see strange pictures in just about everything.

Especially around Las Vegas.

Wax lyrical

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