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Re: Google Earth

hum... wonder if that is the same ones there were
showing a bomber sitting at the airbase a few months
ago? When I checked my home, found it was an old
picture, missing addition on neighbors home that he
installed 3 years prior.

Will check it out when I get home... not downloading
it here at work, although I could.


--- "kmrsy@netzero.net" <kmrsy@netzero.net> wrote:

> Some of you may already have received this message,
> but maybe not. I
> can't use it because my computer is nearly 8 yrs
> old, but many of you
> have newer hardware. Check it out:
> Kitty
> > To all:
> >
> > Check out Google Earth for a powerful overhead
> view of surface features,
> > from continents down to vehicles (metro areas of
> first world
> > countries).  You can change the pitch from
> overhead to nearly horizontal,
> > but it helps if your graphics card has good 3D
> utilities.
> >
> > http://earth.google.com
> >
> > Download the small program and run with it.  Check
> out the mountains of
> > Mexico near Monterrey for a spectacular vista of
> the Eleven Sisters, a
> > large complex of syncline-anticline ranges.
> >
> > Anyone wanting to visualize a collection area and
> get clues about how to
> > figure out horticultural demands of a new plant
> might find this utility
> > helpful.  Obviously, plant collectors will want
> this site as an aid for
> > planning trips.
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