It looks like you're using an Ad Blocker.
Please white-list or disable AboveTopSecret.com in your ad-blocking tool.
Some features of ATS will be disabled while you continue to use an ad-blocker.
I was wondering, isn't it possible to use like a really high powered satellite to gain images about the structure of Area 51, I mean, be able to see anything inside hangars, below the ground (to a certain depth)?
Extremely low-frequency radar might give you some information about which below ground areas are hardened. But they might also only show you were bedrock is.
If you could hack into certain government satellites, you could read what is on some computer screens in area 51, assuming someone forgot to adequately shield someplace.
I'm sure in the movie (i know their just movies) Alien Vs Predator, they use some sort of satellite technology to get an actual 3D rendering dozens if not hundreds of feet below the thick ice. Is that possible?
How does that seeing whats on a computer screen idea work? Does the satellite pickup the signal coming off a VGA cable or something? Aren't those cables usually shielded?
Originally posted by Tom Bedlam
When you say 'eavesdrop', what sort do you mean?
Sound? Your web traffic? Phones?
Originally posted by Ectoterrestrial
Grasshopper, I've been posting here for a few months, and I remember many of your posts as they have been quite vivid. But I do start to worry about your mental health when you talk about eavesdropping and covering your room in foil. This sounds like borderline schizotypal paranoia.
You need to be really careful not to go over the edge into a mentally unsound state. Its important to realize that it is unlikely that you are being spied upon, and that if you were, you would never know it. Most of what you worry about is most likely in your head. Real life is far more unpredictable than what you are worrying about.
[edit on 28-7-2006 by Ectoterrestrial]
Originally posted by wang_ke
So those UFOs gave you that information that you are being watched? How did they tell you this? Did they use telepathy?