posted on Jun, 22 2003 @ 07:35 AM
I am not sure if they were talking about an entire civilization on Mars (I do kinda doubt that), or just some kind of base there (I think that to be
more likely). What I mentioned is all that I know.
Yes, it does indeed follow the Alternative 3 theories, which is why I am so interested in them. Keep in mind, I heard this from military individuals,
before I even read up on the Alternative 3 theories.
As far as keeping the X Craft traffic secret, I would believe it to be far easier than you would think, simply by launching into polar orbits rather
than equatorial orbits.
I understand there to be an X Craft base in north Wyoming, which launches X Craft into a predefined corridor across Canadian airspace, mainly through
(at very high altitude) BC, which is relatively sparsely populated. Also, there is reportedly another X Craft base in northern Alaska, somewhere near
Elmendorf AFB (there are reports of X Craft being sighted at Elmendorf), which would allow direct launch into the Arctic Circle, with next to no
possible observers. Our southern launch routes would easily be accessible by the X Craft base at Pine Gap Australia, launching right across the ocean
and reaching orbit high above Antarctica.
Consider: The B2/F117 were publicized in the late 80s... assume them to have been operational at least 10 years prior to being publicly released.
Also, safely assume that these are the "bottom tier" of stealth technology, with much more advanced stealth tech still classified, and likely never
to see public eyes. (Reportedly, the X Craft incorporate stealth technology far in advance of the B2/F117). Therefore, visual/radar observations of X
Craft transitting to orbit would likely never occur.
There are also several advantages to launching into polar orbits. First of all, about 90% of all satelite traffic is broadly equatorial in nature
(with the exception of spy satelites). Therefore, very little chance of a polar orbiting X Craft will encounter a manned space mission (and even if it
did, I am very sure that the crew would never report it). In addition, launching into a polar orbit allows much more flexibility in reaching most all
points of the globe.