Google Maps was created in 2005 and has opened up the world to people ever since.
It can be used for simple directions or for seeing stunning landmarks thousands of miles away.
Sometimes, it spawns crazy conspiracy theories when images that can’t be explained appear.
One such thing has been revealed on Google Earth with a 13,000-mile long line appearing across the globe.
Stretching from the tip of Antarctica to the North Pole, many think it is a vapour trail from a plane.
However, in the video posted by conspiracy theorist Tyler Glocker on his Secureteam10 Youtube channel, this doesn’t quite add up.
Tyler explained in the video: “This was not created by an airliner.
“There are obviously hundreds of thousands of contrails by planes but we cannot see them. They are much too small, much too thin.
“So, whatever created this cloud formation, if that’s what it is, would have to be massive.”
He also takes into account the speed something would have had to have flown to make the length and size of the line.
He said: ”It would have the ability to go from Antarctica spanning 13,000 miles in a straight line all the way to the North Pole without stopping and without changing direction.
“And would have had to have done this fast enough as to where it would leave this entire line of cloud almost in perfect condition like it traversed the Earth in a matter of seconds or minutes.”
The YouTube video, which has already had over 600,000 views, conflicted users.
One wrote: “Sounds like the mysterious booms may be caused by this new spy plane that can travel at 5 times the speed of sound.”
Another user wasn’t convinced and remarked: “Everything is a conspiracy these days.”
Another conspiracy theory has also been revealed with a large red X being spotted in Antarctica.
Many think it is pointing to something in the snow with the arrow of the triangle hiding something.
Others think it is just a glitch on Google Earth with a missing entity.
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