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Lost Pyramids Found On Google Earth?

After scouring images from the global-mapping program Google Earth, blogger Angela Micol of North Carolina believes she may have found two previously unknown pyramid complexes in Egypt, though experts argue the structures may be little more than eroded hills. What do you think?

  • “I think her work demands further investigation with Street View.”

    Cynthia Locey
    Rope Cleaner
  • “That reminds me: I found a bunch of pyramids all up and down the Appalachians."

    Benny Yang
    Systems Analyst
  • “That’s funny, because just this morning I also found something on Google.”

    Ray Murata
    Warehouse Supervisor