Google Earth obscures a possible alien base in Nepal
Almost always in inaccessible areas of the planet or hidden underground, often under military or civilian installations, as in the case of the mysterious Dulce Base. But since there is Google Earth for at least the surface bases should not be so easy to conceal their presence. Not surprisingly reports of possible entrances to secret bases or even Ufo airships photographed by Google Earth are wasted.
But in some cases it is not what is shown by the program to be discussed, but what is hidden. It’s the case of the Kangtega peak, also known as “Saddle Snow”, in the Himalayas in Nepal (coordinates 27 ° 47'43.40 "N 86 ° 49'6.40" E). On Google Earth much of the summit was overshadowed, maybe because of a technical problem of a satellite, or, as claimed by the followers of the Ufo conspiracy theory, to conceal an area, one of the Kongka and Ladakh passes and of the Aksai Chin Lake, where several times in recent years have been numerous sightings of Ufos or unexplained aerial phenomena.
According to ufologist Scott Waring, the reason of the darkening area from Google Earth may lie precisely in the will not to show at the entrance of an underground alien base or super secret military an installation, a sort of “Area 51” of Nepal. The same theory seems to like to users as Secureteam on Youtube, but as fascinating is the thesis, that remains to be proved, it shows its weak side in his own supporters. Both Waring both Secureteam have been repeatedly accused of having spread, voluntarily or otherwise, contents found then to be a “hoax”. So it will be regarding Saddle Snow or there will be really something underneath?