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Google Earth Presents: Did You See That? CNN power team speculating on what they've "discovered" in real time. #NewCNNShows
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Google Earth is crazy. 😂 i just looked up my house.
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http://t.co/BJb1iBl5PT This is a message from SPOT. All is well. I can be tracked on Google Earth.
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Google Earth view of where we fish in New York. The Picture of the lighthouse on the breakwall. And a picture of Top Gun and Son of a gun boats! Chad Gehrig. :)
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"Teenager painted a giant phallus on the roof of his parents' mansion after watching a program about Google Earth." http://t.co/6hdYHnbOtk
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If you're not sure whether you could do a bungie jump just go on Google Earth and zoom in and out really fast.
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I Was Using Google Earth When I Noticed Something Awesome... In Fact, 29 Awesome Things.
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The renovation is expected to be completed in one year. We took a spin through Google Earth to see how other fields compare.
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From Stasi images to Google Earth: Nine artists take a closer look at surveillance culture through photography.
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Journey to the Centre of Google Earth - Simon Sellars (@ballardian) http://t.co/GHvPNRGQVM
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Summary Talking about the weather is a pastime as old as language, but climate researchers from the University of East Anglia (UEA) in the UK have just given people a whole lot more to talk about. As part of an ongoing effort to increase the accessibility and transparency of data on past climate and climate change, they've made one of the most widely used records of Earth's climate accessible through Google Earth. Established in 1971, the UEA's Climate Research Unit (CRU) has become one of the leading institutions involved in the study of natural and anthropogenic climate change.

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