I have been using Google Earth to check out a few different areas that I have and have not been to, particularly Washington D.C./Maryland, which I visited last month for the first time. I thought it was truly awesome and loved all the subtle differences as well as the larger and more obvious differences from RI. This Observatory is pretty interesting, and doesn't limit your observations to strictly visual perceptions, unlike most Astrological Observatories. It is a compendium of knowledge, information, and facts that define and characterize, categorize and redefine areas of the world. This seems like something out of Minority Report or Deja Vu (two really good sci-fi movies with visual observation technology that looks through time), both because of its appearance, and because of its general function. It also reminds me of some stuff that I've seen in the 1967 "The Prisoner" series, which really blew my mind about sociological portayals of the occasionally subversive human condition from entirely oppressing parties and circumstances. Hopefully this information will, as comes with great power, be treated with great responsibility... For all our sakes.
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