A bizarre line running across the Earth has been spotted om Google Earth.
Conspiracy theorist Tyler Glockner, one of the guys behind the Secureteam10 YouTube channel, uses Google Earth to keep an eye on things around the globe, because you can't trust the mainstream media, am I right?
Anyway, during one of his searches, Tyler come across this weird straight line spanning around 13,000 miles - from the tip of the Antarctica to the North Pole.
It looks like the vapour (or Chem Trail, depending on how deep into your conspiracy theories you are) from a plane to me, but in the clip Tyler is quick to dismiss naysayers such as myself.
"This was not created by an airliner," he says. "This map here and at this distance only gives us images of the major cloud formations and weather around the Earth.
"There are obviously hundreds of thousands of contrails by planes but we cannot see them.
Whatever created this cloud formation, if that's what it is, would have to be massive.
"Not only that, 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.
"It would have to do this fast enough to leave this entire line of clouds in perfect condition like it moved over the Earth in a matter of minutes."
Over in the comments section some people were sure it was proof or...something. With one saying it must have come from an 'alien mothership' - naturally.
Credit: Secureteam10/Google Earth
However, some spoilsports were quick to point out that the Google Earth images aren't actually photographs and are computer generated using satellite imagery.
One said: "Tyler...Google Earth is a computer simulation not an actual vid or up to the minute picture. You guys don't know how stuff works. Lol. All those NASA images? They are artists enhanced renderings not actual photos."
Another said it was probably 'photo-stitching' where multiple images are shoved together and, sometimes, are not perfectly matched.
What do you guys think? Photo-stitching, contrails or something more sinister? The truth is out there, guys.
Featured Image Credit: YouTube/Secureteam10