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I have photos of secret lab!

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posted on Apr, 24 2006 @ 07:39 PM
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I work in a research capacity and was involved in a project at a national U.S. lab. In fact it is a lab that has been speculated upon by many citizens seeking knowledge of what the government is up to, but the existance of this lab has never been publicly confirmed until now. I worked there on a scientific project, along with another scientist from my country and a leading researcher from a university in California.

I am no longer working there and have returned to my home country. I feel it is time for the governments of the world to be more open with citizens. I have done work here in my home country and believe it when I say that it is not only the American government is involved in black projects.

I did not see any "aliens" at this lab; however, without compromising too much in the way of security, let me say that there is ongoing research for at least several years, of non-earth life forms. Some of the research is done in a cryogenic lab. There are large containers there that resemble tube-like caskets, but there are no windows in the containers, so one could not see what is inside. There were approximately 7 other personnel working in the lab at the time of my visit.

I am attaching a link to some photos that I took personally. I have been sitting on these photos and finally decided to post them. I know there will be skeptics and that is alright by me. I don't believe everything nor do I expect anyone else to. However, for those who want to know full disclosure, I post these photos in an effort to enlighten you on what types of research are being conducted.

Let me explain the photos:

Photo 1: This a section of the cryogenic research lab. I could not get a photo inside the other section (where the tube-shaped containers are). That section is located behind the large doors you see at the upper left area of the photo.

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Photo 2: This a look inside the computer room. The supercomputers you see here are used in the genetic research project.

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Photo 3: Here is one of the signs on the security fence outside the lab

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Photo 4: Here is one of several secret exits that we were instructed to use, should we need to do an emergency evacuation of the lab. There are other secret exits, but this is the only one that I could photograph. This exit is from the fourth level underground of the lab, and is approximately 1000 feet from the lab.


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Photo 5: This is a view from a mountain range within view of the lab

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Thank you for your time!



[edit on 13/11/2006 by Umbrax]

(Mod note: After waiting almost seven months for some sort of reply (this was the member's only post), I banned this member for violating T&C #1 (specifically, hoaxing) -- after the links turned into porn pics for some reason. --Majic)


[edit on 11/13/2006 by Majic]




posted on Apr, 24 2006 @ 07:42 PM
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This should probably be moved to the RATS section. Cool pics though!



posted on Apr, 24 2006 @ 09:18 PM
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Great pics thanks....But why would we want to move this to RATS. No offense but ive only been on the sight a lil over a year and a member less than that. I try to build up points but if you move all the GOOD stuff to RATS...i dont know...just kind of sucks....

Anyways...great pics thanks fer putting them up. Looks essentially like i always thought a secret lab would look like...albiet a lil less advanced than i would have hoped.

Can you tell at all about the things you were working on while you were at this lab? Or what your personal area(s) of expertise are.

El senor pom pom rides again



posted on Apr, 24 2006 @ 10:43 PM
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Never seen a lab like that, more of a factory, at least the first image.
Nice network or server with AC on image two. Bullet holes in the sign huh, DoE would suggest a nuclear location, or other energy plant.

Not sure about image four, build on an elevation above watertable or flood level. As for image five, is image four visable from there, and if so where?



posted on Apr, 24 2006 @ 11:29 PM
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Without compromising your security, you should really rename those pictures unless you wanted people to know which facility you are acknowledging.

The first picture resembles what one might see in a warehouse/factory.
The second picture resembles network servers. Third, DOE sign, definately with ADVISOR that is it probably a nuclear location or entrance to an energy plant. Fourth pic is very interesting. It does look like it could be an escape route? on an incline and looks like it could be out in the middle of nowhere(judging by the background) Last picture looks like a nice hiking trip of the desert.

A few questions if I may
First, what were the procedures were in place to ensure clean room policy? A staff of 7, did this include security personnel? The lab itself, can you please describe it in detail(that is aside from the tube like caskets)
Can you tell us how you were housed while working there? Upon initially coming to the lab the first time, could you tell us if you were taken onto a military base or a private sector building? Is the lab underground, by this I mean not on the same level as land.

Thanks for your time


[edit on 25-4-2006 by Eden]



posted on Apr, 24 2006 @ 11:31 PM
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Funny how well your "emergency exit" has a striking resemblance to the Bandelier Kiva



NICE TRY~
YOU LOSE!

Credit given to LoganCale in helping me find the image

[edit on 4/24/2006 by QuietSoul]



posted on Apr, 24 2006 @ 11:33 PM
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Great find Quiet Soul



posted on Apr, 24 2006 @ 11:39 PM
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as nice as it would be if these were real, im going to have to go ahead and say these were pulled off of google images or something and thrown together with a photoshopped stamp at the bottom.



posted on Apr, 24 2006 @ 11:40 PM
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Your joking right?.... First off I know that you would not be able to take a camera in there...hell when US ships are in drydock getting stuff put on them the crew cannot even bring their cellphones that have cameras on the ship....now if this was such a secret place there would be much more security....you certainly would not have been able to get that camera in...nice try....come again



posted on Apr, 24 2006 @ 11:43 PM
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Originally posted by QuietSoul
YOU LOSE!
[edit on 4/24/2006 by QuietSoul]


Lol! I was looking at the picture thinking. Wow, if this is a military escape route.... We need a new military. Especially if someone is working on genetic material that could pose hazards.

I love and hate this site for this reason. I love it because it's the only place i know of where like minded individuals can gather. I hate it because of the large portion of stupidity and ignorance. I'm not specificly talking about people new to a lot of this stuff. I'm more speaking about people who just blatanly make up stupid crap to either 1) get a reaction 2) place knowingly false information and 3) think they're being "cool" or something. I'm not really sure. But i'd really like it if people were able to maintain constructive informed attitudes and not just throw information around without having done the slightest bit of research.



posted on Apr, 24 2006 @ 11:51 PM
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Oh what a small world this is, i think that first pic is the can washing side of the plant for san benito foods in hollister, ca. those blue conveyors in the middle go across the street to the processing side and get filled with salsa, tomatoes and paste. i ran the fiber and microwave p2p at that plant, practically lived there a year. If im not mistaken, that is it.

the second one, Super computer...i think not. try largescale hosting server room but not super computer room.

Pic 3 -- is a sign that can be seen and accessed apparently by drunk hunters with guns...no biggie there.

Pic 4 -- Quietsoul busted that one already..Good goin Logan and QS

Pic 5 -- is it really relevant at this point



posted on Apr, 24 2006 @ 11:54 PM
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Originally posted by S1LV3R4D0
Oh what a small world this is, i think that first pic is the can washing side of the plant for san benito foods in hollister, ca. those blue conveyors in the middle go across the street to the processing side and get filled with salsa, tomatoes and paste. i ran the fiber and microwave p2p at that plant, practically lived there a year. If im not mistaken, that is it.


I sent an email to a representative of that plant asking if the picture was obtained from their property. I'm sure they'd like to know if one of their employees were snapping pictures and posting them on the internet.

If this thread isnt locked before I get a reply, I'll append the reply



posted on Apr, 25 2006 @ 12:07 AM
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Good call QS. that was in 97-98 and many signs were posted that stated, "ALL CAMERAS PROHIBITED AND CONFISCATED" all over the place. Im sure that is still the case. we couldnt even take pics of our first Microwave install. The company was named Tech21 that i worked for. i wish i could remember the plant managers name. If i remember it, ill u2u ya.



posted on Apr, 25 2006 @ 12:36 AM
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What I Love About ATS

Looks to me like ignorance didn't just get denied, it got...



As for locking the thread, it should stay open, in my opinion.

I would love to see if TJarpa can explain what seem to be some serious problems with this story.



posted on Apr, 25 2006 @ 12:45 AM
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Are you trying to tell us that these pictures are for real? You must be kidding me, those bullet holes are SO incredibly photoshopped it is unreal. Even if the sign and everything else was real, and you added those bullet holes for effect, you have diminished your credibility considerably. I cannot believe you when you are showing altered images as evidence.



posted on Apr, 25 2006 @ 01:23 AM
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Good one Quietsoul.

This instance proves that being a skeptic is very important. Especially for a place like this where people can say anything and some people believe it.



- Nazgarn



posted on Apr, 25 2006 @ 07:10 AM
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From the "whatta Ma-roooooooooooooooooooon! category:



Originally posted by TJarpa
I am no longer working there and have returned to my home country.

And a check of your IP shows that this foreign country is Phoenix Arizona. And you're using Qwest as your Ip provider.


Photo 1: This a section of the cryogenic research lab. I could not get a photo inside the other section (where the tube-shaped containers are). That section is located behind the large doors you see at the upper left area of the photo.


And as anyone who made the tour during high school can note, this particular "cryogenic research lab" is very unusual because the "scientists" are doing research inside a manufacturing plant.


Photo 2: This a look inside the computer room. The supercomputers you see here are used in the genetic research project.
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Oh dear. Really?

Because they look like the old IBM minis that we were scrapping from the computer lab last year, down to the yellow wire spaghetti hanging all over the back. I *suppose* you could wire a whole bunch of them together, write code for parallel processing (what a pain!) and crunch something from it, but it's much easier to buy a supercomputer.

Might be a server hosting room, as Silver said, but looks like the minis we were scrapping next year.



Photo 3: Here is one of the signs on the security fence outside the lab

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Oh gosh. A sign that's been shot at. Yes, that is such a confirming piece of evidence. And a sign with no other identifying information (like buildings behind it, etc, etc.)

Just a sign.

Like the one outside the nuclear power plant in Florida that's a few miles from Jensen Beach.


Photo 4: Here is one of several secret exits that we were instructed to use, should we need to do an emergency evacuation of the lab. There are other secret exits, but this is the only one that I could photograph. This exit is from the fourth level underground of the lab, and is approximately 1000 feet from the lab.

[Edited to remove invalid link.]


Adore the high tech ladder made of wood, and the artistic unevenness of it. And the lack of a hatch and other security.

and, of course, the kiva is "busted" wide open.

The world has a lot of fools who think that the rest of us will have no knowledge that surpasses theirs. That would be a very bad guess here on ATS.

[edit on 13/11/2006 by Umbrax]



posted on Apr, 25 2006 @ 08:15 AM
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Heres the exact picture he 'took'.

www.pirateplanet.com...

Tjarpa just cropped it, hidding the 'historical monument' sign to the left.


Simple google image search.



posted on May, 1 2006 @ 09:58 PM
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Just wondering what happens to people who post things like this?

Do they get banned, points taken away? Sure, it's a great exercise in denying ignorance (thumbs up to those who researched and found this to be hoax)!

This, in my opinion reinforces my belief that this forum is the greatest on the net with amazing minds at work!

Peace,
-Nazgarn



posted on May, 1 2006 @ 10:04 PM
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Interesting pictures. The picture of the secret escape route looks EXACTLY 100% like one of the indian "houses" that are in various mountaing ranges that I have visited before. I believe those particular "holes" were either used for burials or religious gatherings. Nevertheless I have visited many of them that look exactly like that; curious.



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