This cannot exist of course but it is fun to look at. This will be a grid matching error of some sort and to be fully expected when relying on pixels and curve estimation programming. In the meantime we get to wait for better information.
What I find disturbing though is that the volume of the shaft is around 12 cubic miles which plausibly matches the volume of the Obelisks. Add in rock removal by the cancelling of gravity and we can build a two mile tall stack in seawater just like this.
A one mile diameter for the base building would suck up the observed rock availability. So what we are looking at is plausible if we ever wished to do this in the middle of the ocean and had the necessary gravity control technology.
Now just how do we prove this does not exist?
Underwater 12,000 Feet Tall Obelisk and 39,424 Feet Deep Hole Found On Google Earth?
By Tony Gliddon
I am always researching on the web and somehow ran onto this amazing Google Earth find.
It appears to be perhaps a building complex with a 12,000 feet high Obelisk and a very deep hole that is -39,414 feet deep enclosed within five obelisks.
Showing elevation of -4,191 ft. There appears to be some kind of "arch" on the edge of the hole close to the smallest obelisk.
The five are approximately 12,000, 6,000, 2,500, 1,300, and 300 feet high respectively. The highest, Google Earth shows approximately to be -4,191, feet from ocean surface, and the seabed around the complex shows about -16,800, roughly putting the obelisk over 12,000 feet high.
What Is This Complex with These Obelisks and This Amazing Deep Hole, or ABYSS?
The shortest pinnacle of the Obelisk structure appears to be about the same height as the mountain top, again, with cursor marking the height at approximately 1,800 feet tall.