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This came into my mind when I was viewing Google satellite maps and noticed some interesting formation of objects somewhere in the middle of a lake. I'd like to find out more about it, but since I don't know what it is, I can't even decide where (be it SE or elsewhere) to start.

Is it a geographical formation? Is it an animal or group of ones? Is it a photographic noise? Is it a result of a human activity (e.g. a land art)?

Other example could be an arbitrary detail of some photo. I mean, if you found a picture on a Wikipedia page about a-bombs, topic of your choice would be military or physics, what you want to ask about something pictured in the background that is not related to tha main object?

I believe such question would be perfect for Q/A format. Do we have a good place to start?

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Skeptics SE maybe? I'd suggest getting in their chat room and asking them if such a question would fit. – jmort253 Aug 19 '12 at 22:19

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