posted on Apr, 24 2006 @ 10:35 AM
Has anyone heard about the power outage at the capitol building about two weeks ago?
I have not seen this anywhere except one site that no longer has it posted, but it seems that the capitol building has it's own independant power
so when the spokesman in the article says a momentary drop in voltage due to customer operations up the lines
, that is a bunch of
BS, because there ARE NO "customer operations up the line." The capitol has it's own power supply separate from the grid of DC.
According to the article, while the capitol was evacuated, electricians were allowed in to "fix" the problem. Employees of the capitol said they
were working in the tunnels underneath the building and not even the capitol police are allowed in these tunnels.
The thing I find troubling about this is the fact that the capitol has it's own power supply, specifically so it won't
loose power in the
event of a blackout. The "official explanation" is simply not credible.
After 9/11, there were reports of people saying there were electricians in the building to "fix" a power outage a week or two before the event
Again there was a site that went into more detail about this, but they don't have the content up anymore, so I'm not going to post a link.
Has anyone heard anything about this? If so, do you think there's anything to it?