Interesting news here as I was checking the news for this hour. The news report is all about the noise about the so-called images that were captured by Google Earth that impressionable users thought of as grid of streets and outlines of a big city on the sea floor around 960 km or 600 miles off the African coast. According to experts, this was one of the possible sites that were described by Plato. But Google immediately shot down the idea and the search engine added that the lines represented the sonar data that was collected from the boats. According to the company statement, what the observers have seen was an artefact of the data collection process. The sea floor terrain is often collected from boats using the sonar in order to take the measurements of the sea floor. The lines that were noticed by the observers reflect the path of the boat as it gathers the data.