Страж Пустоши (Badlands Guardian): различия между версиями

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[[file:Badlands Guardian.jpg|thumb|330px|''Badlands Guardian'' dari satelit.]]
The '''Badlands Guardian''' (also known as "Indian Head") is a [[Geomorphology|geomorphological]] feature located near [[Medicine Hat]] in the south east corner of [[Alberta]], [[Canada]]. Viewed from the air, the feature bears a strong [[Pareidolia|resemblance]] to a human head wearing a full [[Native Americans in the United States|native American]] [[headdress]], facing directly westward. Because of additional man-made structures, it also appears to be wearing [[earphones]].<ref name="Sydney Morning Herald">[http://www.smh.com.au/news/web/grans-canyon-sensation/2006/11/13/1163266420400.html Sydney Morning Herald] Article by Stephen Hutcheon: "Gran's canyon is a net sensation" November 13, 2006</ref><ref name="Stross2008">{{cite book|author=Randall Stross|title=Planet Google: One Company's Audacious Plan to Organize Everything We Know|url=http://books.google.com/books?id=EcrOOIUvl9YC&pg=PA142|accessdate=6 September 2013|date=23 September 2008|publisher=Free Press|isbn=978-1-4165-8047-8|pages=142|quote=The Badlands Guardian, for example, a natural geologic formation near Alberta, Canada, was often visited by online aviators. It resembles a human head, wearing Native American headdress—and also appears to be naturally adorned with ...}}</ref> The apparent earphones are a road and an [[oil well]], which were installed recently and are expected to disappear once the project is abandoned.<ref name=Global/> Its scale is much larger than the figures of [[Mount Rushmore]].<ref name="Stross2008"/>