Whats that in my water?

Nebastion

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Hi peoples, i was recently looking around my Island (IRELAND) on google earth and i came across a little island to the east coast.

Clare Island; The strange thing is that there's these white circles in the water to the north west of the Island.

Any one care to share their Thoughts as to what they may be?? :confused:

The co -ordinates (just copy and paste then into the search bar)

53°49'1.07"N 9°57'16.03"W


Id like to think that aliens landed there and there laying dormant until 2012 or so, but that may be quite far from the truth..... No.. no im sure i am.....
 

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Nebastion

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Dam was hoping for a bit of airtime on the 6oclock news.... Oh well....
 

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You know you could be on to something there....... id better give Google a call... tell them we have a situation here in Ireland....

I have 1 Witness... !! (thats you by the Way)
 

Nebastion

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Ha ha, Nice Vid..(y)

Are you high:p, we cant make Missiles here:confused:, we use our Silos for making Guinness!!!:D
 

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Nebastion

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Northern ireland, thats under british government,
The real Ireland is the republic. Where the government is alot less likley to spend money on missiles, and more inclined on paying our council to dig holes in the ground, (looking for gold i think) or maybe were just getting ready for optic fibre cables.... Governments are a mysterious entity,

But missiles in Belfast... I didnt know bout that,
The Titanic was built there.....
 

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Looks like water spots on the lens ... ;-)
 

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