Does anyone have this program?.You can see you house's in 3d or look at your friends house's across the globe or any other place like pizza hut or your fav mall or place.
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no but i want it how can i get it
Yes i have got google earth and i think its great that i can look where my friend live but i cant see where i live yet which is a shame.
i tryed lookin at my house but my whole neiborhood wasnt even on the map, isnt that crazy though i might have been lookin at some other map thing on the internet its still crazy
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I love google Earth. Try looking out in the deserts in the western United States. You can see the craters the US made when they were carrying out nuclear tests.
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I have it and I find it quite entertaining. I mean I can show all my friends how Poland looks like and where I've been without actually going there. I've also found my neighborhood and my house. The only thing I don't like is that you can only see in urban areas and can't see the countryside.
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I use it only occasionally,
but either way I'm using
it, when I'm curious how
other places look like, I'm
going to check it out.
I don't like Google Earth. It reminds me of a pokemon episode. The one where Ash takes some test, and is shown a picture and asked to identify what pokemon it is. The picture was a black circle shape, and it turned out to be a JigglyPuff seen from above.
And besides, google earth isn't even real time. Actual spying would be fun.
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Well, I don't have it, but one of my friends claimed that, after reading an article about it, he could use it to see US military bases in Iraq. Then he claimed he found Area 51, so I'm not really sure. I myself have heard about using Google Earth to look at American military bases, so I'm not sure whether to believe him or not.
Oh, and that same friend also showed me a building that, with a birds-eye view, looked like a swastika. Pretty interesting really, considering it was at, IIRM, Coronado Naval Base.
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I remember reading a fascinating article about Google Earth a few weeks ago. People were objecting it because you can peer into peoples "yards" and stuff.
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