Friday, March 30, 2007

Google Maps Change Fuels Katrina Conspiracy Theory

An AP newswire article by Cain Burdeau, via Tech News World, reports that:

Google's popular map portal has replaced post-Hurricane Katrina satellite imagery with pictures taken before the storm, leaving locals feeling like they're in a time loop and even fueling suspicions of a conspiracy.

Scroll across the city and the Mississippi Gulf Coast, and everything is back to normal: Marinas are filled with boats, bridges are intact and parks are filled with healthy, full-bodied trees.

More here.


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