posted on May, 8 2006 @ 09:19 AM
I've been looking at the structure with the 3 major facet surfaces and the compound in which it is enclosed and some things are evident immediately,
some things will require input on this thread to figure out.
The first thing is the shape and scale - a 3 sided pyramid with the very top either unfinished or truncated to leave a platform by design. If one
looks at the surrounding structures and guesses that at least some are "office trailers" and one maybe an 18 wheeler box trailer, then the size of
this is at least a couple of hundred feet at the base - Pretty big.
Another "clue in the open" is on the western face there is a vertical dark stripe that runs up the side to the peak platform area, perhaps stairs? I
immediately thought of the description William Cooper gave for the Tri-lateral Insignia. Nah, couldn't be, could it? Most likely steps or a
servicing/construction ramp. That black dot on the top at the epicenter of the platform is to put in mildly, very interesting.
The orientation of this structure is virtually aligned along the four points of the compass... mostly surveying and construction convenience? If it
was important for some reason (physics?) the orientation is certainly easier to calculate and include in other math functions and the structure easy
to identify - easy to home in on with shape recognition soft/wetware? Special properties? Pyramid power?
Using the tilt feature of Google Earth one can perhaps guess that there is an entrance at the center of each of the 3 faces at ground level. If one
looks West to East to the ramp that leads below grade it seems to lead toward the center of the pyramid bisecting the East ridge of the structure...
I'm not sure this is important but if you've ever tried to stack shipping container sized things in a non-rectangular building the logistics of
filling the space is "funky" and more complicated than one might think - point being, if they were to fill this odd structure from underneath with
"stuff" (explosives?) you couldn't pick a better spot to locate the the load/unload ramp. This ramp seems large enough for a couple of 5 ton trucks
to pass... Hmmm... what do dedicated explosive haulin' trucks look like?
One of the more subtle things is the other "culvert with berms" that lies to the East, look at the berm build up on the West side - it's larger.
Hmmm. Are they expecting "forces" from the West and is this an enclosure for instrumentation to document a test? Seems plausible that if they were
going to do a "test shot" they'd want to collect data "in-the-open-atmosphere" of the culvert which could "last" a little longer from a blast
originating to the West owing to the berm construction and orientation.
I can't conclude what this is but I have a couple of notions to run up the flag pole and see if ATS-ers salute or throw me to the lions - thumbs
First, is this the apparatus for the 700 ton conventional "kerboom" we've been hearing about? If so is the pyramid a geometry choosen to better
predict and evaluate such a test or is it a fancy new type of shaped charge?
Second, pyramids are stable but difficult to erect compared to "Wondersteel" or quanset-shaped building shells... got to be a reason for this shape
of apparatus. Is there a link here to math/physics and the claimed "pyramid power". I'm thinkin' not. But who knows? My mind is essentially
Third, this is "Dreamland", anything is possible history as far as this place goes - that they have a new(?) US taxpayer paid-for pyramid-shaped toy
doesn't surprise me at all, no not one bit, my biggest surprise is why hasn't this come to light earlier especially on ATS... maybe I missed it.
What can anyone add to further the discussion? I'm so looking forward to hearing what folks think is happening out in "The Box".
[edit on 8-5-2006 by V Kaminski]