Google Earth is a fun little tool for people wanting to find anomalies on Earth, like a colony of Bigfoots, or a treasure hunt for sofa surfers. The most recent anomaly could be one of the better finds if it turns out to be what it looks like. According to NBC News, satellite archaeologist Angela Micol found two anomolies, one of which looks like a square somewhat pyramidal shape, about 8 miles outside of Egypt.
Since there hasn’t been any physical examination of the site, it is too early to say what it is and it will likely be awhile until the public knows. The article explains why:
The process for registering and protecting such sites may mean that the nature of these discoveries, if they are in fact discoveries, will not be made public for some time. In the meantime, amateur Egyptologists can continue scouring the area for more features by using the same method Micol used: Google Earth.