Discussion in 'The Intelligence Cell' started by ghost_us, Oct 16, 2007.
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Google Earth, what is that in the water?
it is a fish farm... The circles are large circular floating cages for Salmon.
de nada mate... it is rare that I get to use my finely honed fish biologist skills...
I suspected that it would have been something along those lines but the remoteness and the structures floating in the water threw me a bit.
Do people live out on those things? Hard to gauge but it looks rather large.
For you yorkshire types what's this?
53 32 18.89N 1 20 48.68W and zoom in.
It's a message from Eddie.
I was sad enough to use the measure tool in Google earth and they are 20-odd m in diameter.
People don't live on them, but if you look you can see a square/rectangular structure adjacent to the cages. This is where they store food/nets/equipment and usually have some kind of hut, where people slack off/drink tea/read porn when they aren't looking after the salmon etc..
I would look, but I can't do Google Earth at work, can't do ARRSE or Google Earth at home.
Pesky modern computers....
Do you want a demonstration?
If you can't use Google earth, just try the map tab at the top of the google home page. It too has a satelite function but will work on any old PC (I think)
Try these co-ordinates too-nothing rude of course, a nice bit of park in Liverpool - Zoom right in. 53.380463, -2.897553
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