posted on Feb, 17 2006 @ 08:39 PM
Since so many have commented on the concept of tunnels which were not part of the original post, I might as well follow the rest of the band wagon.
Tunnels connecting distances between 'secret' or semi secret bases would indeed be interesting. Discovery ran a show within the last month about a
trans-Atlantic tunnel. Using the same sort of tech as a drive up bank vaccuum tube, these tunnels married with Mag-Lev tech could connect places like
NORAD and 51 would be even shorter than the flying method discussed.
This however is a huge undertaking.
I wouldn't be surprised at all though if there were more tunnels connecting Cheyenne Mountain to Ft Peterson AFB 10 miles NE across town. (After all
NORAD and the Mountain are considered to be under Peterson's control anyway - but there's a whole city between them.
Other possibilities are connections to the Air Force Academy 16 Miles N from Norad. Finally Ft. Carson Army base has it's main entrance right across
the street from Norad. There really wouldn't need to be that much of a connection to them due to the close proximity, but since Co. Springs has
tripled in size over the last decade, Ft. Carson has an annex in the Southern East part of Colorado Near Pueblo (this isn't on Google Earth, but is
found in my 2001 Rand McNally Travel atlas) Since this is roughly 100 miles between the two halves of the same base, tapping into a theoretic local
tunnel system could be helpful. Also since all entrances / exits to such theoretic tunnels would be on military property and not under the scrutany
of the public eye, this makes the possibility for such a network to be constructed without raising questions. What do you guys think?