Google secretly testing wormhole technology

Inquisitive reader Simon Proffitt alerted us to the Street View imagery in an area near to the Google HQ in Mountain View, California, The overwhelming evidence presented by these images suggest only one possibility: Google is testing top-secret wormhole technology…

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Friday, 11th November 2011

Parks and Islands (and Denmark too)

Hello! Yes we are still here, we’ve just been caught up (temporarily at least) with offline activities. As we haven’t been keeping you bang up-to-date with the goings on on Google Maps, we should point out that Google just yesterday…

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Wednesday, 2nd November 2011

Volcano Week 6

This week sees the return of our longest-standing theme week, which is now entering its sixth year: Volcano week. The theme of the week is “volcanoes”, but over the next few days we hope to discover more about the places…

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Monday, 22nd August 2011

Guest post: Tom Howder of Twelve Mile Circle

We’re taking a bit of a summer breather here at Google Sightseeing, so to fill the gap in our schedule, we asked Tom Howder of the fascinating Twelve Mile Circle blog to write up a story he and his readers…

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Wednesday, 10th August 2011

World’s Largest Graffiti? Not even close.

Doing the rounds on the mainstream sites this week has been the story of Abu Dhabi’s Sheikh Hamad bin Hamdan Al Nahyan, who has created a series of canals in the coastline of his own private island that spell out…

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Friday, 22nd July 2011

The world’s longest cross-sea bridge… or is it? (Jiaozhou Bay Bridge)

Today the news is filled with stories about the opening of the Jiaozhou Bay Bridge, which at 42.4km (26.3 miles) is attempting to lay claim to the title of “longest sea bridge in the world”. The bridge spans connects the…

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Friday, 1st July 2011
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