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originally posted by: BlueAjah
The mercury was not the reason for the closure, McAteer said.
“There’s no mercury incident. That’s a completely different set of protocols that would not have involved them locking all the doors,” McAteer said. “We have a very regular maintenance routine. There is no cause for concern there.”
idk....the rapture date May be 4 days away.....but is it true there are other dun labs shutting down across the globe??
originally posted by: Fallingdown
Everybody is covering this. From the mainstream media to your local news channel. With this amount of pressure on the FBI. If they don't release some information fairly soon , this is a very serious event .
The top secret location of the RT-32 was referred to as The Starlet, a covert base “hiding” the massive radio telescope that weighed in as the eighth largest in existence. Along with its daintier counterpart the RT-16, this massive parabolic centimetre-wave range antenna was built by the Ukraine Navy and installed by the Soviet military for your typical spy stuff—listening in on NATO countries and intercepting radio signals.It’s name referring to its giant, 32-meter antenna, the 600-ton RT-32 somehow escaped notice until 1993, when the Soviet Army withdrew when Lativia won its independence.
Now, instead of eavesdropping on dignitaries arguing in boardrooms, the mighty telescope peers into the vast expanse of outer space, assisting astronomers in observing the mighty day star, poking around space debris, and keeping an eye out for intelligent life. No longer a fancy military spy gadget, the RT-32 can be visited by civilians and explored on guided tours, although they are currently suspended until 2015 due to renovations. The Starlet, once a super-secret spy hideout, is now the prestigious Ventspils International Radio Astronomy Center with panoramic views and underground passageways to explore. Regardless of the temporary hold on guided tours, one can still enter the grounds and drive around the site, still an urban exploration favorite. Existing somewhere between ruin and restoration, the high-tech astronomy center is juxtaposed against the remaining abandoned Soviet apartment buildings and military posts, an excellent photo opportunity and the last chance to view the extraordinary telescope with the surrounding remnants of its espionage
The current video shows that there are still quite a few vehicles remaining on the property. What if they did not drive away? What if that Blackhawk helicopter took the employees to a secure location? The movie "The Day the Earth Stood Still" comes to mind. They gathered up the scientists, took them to a secure location, and took away their cell phones.