posted on Apr, 21 2006 @ 08:54 PM
Originally posted by ANOK
I know the base is supposed to be secret but c'mon, I would expect roads, out buildings, guards, fences, barbed wire, signs saying gov prop keep out
Exactly. There is no way on earth you would be able to spot an entrace to a secret base, especially from space.
I do think there is a large secret complex under Dulce, but there are no entrances there you can spot. If Richard Sauder (mentioned by Phil Schneider)
is correct, there is a grid of deep tunnels running coast-to-coast across all of the continental U.S.A. connecting most of the 179 bases. In these
tunnels some form of magneto train is used for transportation which can reach speeds of up to Mach Two (ref:Schneider).
The main entrances to this tunnel complex are mainly under very well guarded military facilities.
If you are looking for something out there, try (hidden?) ventilation shafts.
Is there a power plant near Dulce? That would be a good candidate to hide some ventilation without causing suspicion. I always wondered about this, is
the entire Dulce area freely accessible, or are there restricted areas?
If it is freely accessible, any seismologist with some dynamite, sensors and a laptop can expose what is underneath the surface, even if the base is
5000 feet below. Sure would like to hear if anyone tried this.
BTW, apart from some poor mis-information about his father, Phil Schneider was never debunked with cold hard evidence as far as I know. If anyone
knows otherwise, please speak up.
[edit on 21-4-2006 by HardToGet]