a reply to: BASSPLYR
Floating barge guy here.
edit: aaand this is why I don't post much. Sorry for writing seventeen paragraphs.
I had a few thoughts that probably apply to your posts and Kelly's as well as staying somewhat on topic to this post (I feel strongly that the square
and triangle craft are closely related, even without the assertions in the infamous astro thread). I'd mentioned in my previous post, that I am
ex-career Aerospace R&D. I'm going to be sticking to statements that are publicly available knowledge about my area.
Kelly had asked why these would be flying in public areas, in public view.
Many of the most cutting edge technologies are developed by small teams of A+ grade engineers and techs, at small or medium sized private contractors,
in concert with one or more major agencies.
Private companies have to make special efforts to sponsor security clearances and maintain them, so when there is one successfully managed secret
project, there's almost for sure a handful of them or more. Many of these small companies have no choice but to hide in plain sight. They don't have
the location or budget or management or HR ability to do full black site type research.
The predator drones are tested from an airport less than 5mi from the origin point of my sighting, as well as several other well known (and not so
well known) craft. Those are just the publicly known craft, one could safely assume there's an equal amount of secret work happening, if not more.
Many times the "big dogs" have to paw their way out to little hole in the wall towns and airports to oversee projects. It isn't at all unusual to see
AAA grade projects happening out of total dump local airports in some crappy old steel building on a derelict runway.
Anyways, what will happen is that you will get little clusters of hidden in plain sight small business black project enclaves that end up forming
"skunkworks row" in the most unlikely of places, often right smack dab in the middle of large populated areas. It isn't ideal, but they don't always
have a choice, and as long as protocols are followed, nobody would expect that stuff to be there in the first place.
Now, specifically on topic-ish to this thread: Where the heck did something this large come from in a populated area, be it triangle or square?
I always wondered that myself, ever since my sighting. This UFO popped into my view over a 300,000 population area very near Los Angeles, and only a
couple miles from a major airport.
A good few years later I started flying with a friend in his small aircraft. We would sometimes even fly out of the same airport where the predator
drones are tested, and where my sighting originated close to. Not too far out (we are talking still within 100mi of LA basin) there are some mil
no-fly zones on the flight maps, that don't really correspond to any bases or specific structures or test ranges.
I remember one incident in particular, we were skirting the edge of a no-fly zone (still in legal territory though) looking at some locally famous
geology. I remember looking down a box canyon, and seeing something I still can't quite figure out.
Basically, inside this hidden canyon, a good ways into a no fly zone, there was a huge bunker door at the foothill of one of the canyon walls.
Directly in front of the door there was a concrete pad fenced all around w/razor wire, four guard towers, no gates, no road leading in, no nothing.
Bare concrete inside the fence, raw untouched desert outside.
This is an area that has myriad abandoned mines, so in interest of skepticism, it isn't that unusual to see a concrete cap and a fence with no gate on
a closed mine... but this thing was anything but closed. You can tell the age of a structure out here, the weather is harsh and takes no prisoners,
not even concrete. Not to mention the door to this thing was way outside the size of any mine entrance I've seen, even the giant salt mines.
I remember thinking the only way you could get there would be heli, parachute, or UFO.
The other real oddball is that out here in the desert, dirt roads and trails crisscross almost everything. The desert flora is easily interrupted and
does not bounce back easily. For there to be any kind of structure with no signs of road or travel is extremely unusal. Even a two-rut trail from the
1950's can remain decades later.
edit on 23-8-2015 by Sharpobjects because: (no reason given)