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Possible super huge underground base found!

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posted on May, 16 2012 @ 01:44 PM
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Here's a twist of logic.

What if the best place to put an underground secret base is directly under a bombing range. who would look to an active bombing range for a hidden underground base? Like who bombs their own base? so, naturally the satellites wouldn't be looking for an underground base at the bombing range. just noticing that it's our old tried and true bombing range that we've been using for decades nothing to see here keep up the search for the secret base etc.

If it's underground it could easily withstand the shock waves of ordinance detonated on the surface. Wonder if you research what types of munitions they use there that any patterns would show up like they never seem to use penatrator bombs there or whatever. Never know. Would possibly be a noisy place to be stationed but it should be immune from the surface munitions.




posted on Jul, 3 2016 @ 12:13 PM
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I live in this area and can tell you that the bomb testings do happen occasionally. In Addition to the bombings the area sits in a valley surrounded by fault lines and dormant volcanoes. Earthquake activity is not uncommon. Additionally, deep penetrating "bunker buster" bombs have been tested here. These bombs can register as a 3.0 earthquake. This part is purely speculation,... I would imagine that if they are developing weapons for ground penetration that there is probably a target within the ground that they are trying to reach to see just what kind of damage one of these weapons can do to an underground facility.



posted on Aug, 22 2016 @ 02:05 PM
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Well, this is NOT a huge underground base nor is it overly secret, but I did see something very odd today. I went shopping and at a local LOWE's in Exeter Twp Pa, they're doing underground construction. They've had problems with sinkholes in that part of the parking lot, as well as farther up in front of a Staples. They had a big crane and the area was fenced off with signs blocking the view of the work being done. I parked and was curious so I walked over to where the fence was and looked over. There were pre cast concrete bunkers down there, maybe 8 feet wide by ten feet long by 8 feet high. There was at least a dozen of them and they were being pushed together and one workman was sealing those that had been joined. Next to them was a storm drain that went underground but didn't appear to connect to them. I thought maybe they were reinforcing the parking lot and there were plans to put another store out in what is a big parking lot. MAYBE that's what they're going to do, or maybe somehow these underground bunkers are going to be used for other purposes. A secret storehouse right out in plain sight underground. I'm no engineer but would these bunkers actually prevent sinkholes?



posted on Aug, 23 2016 @ 12:20 PM
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a reply to: Dutchowl

reinforcement is usually round concrete pipes



posted on Aug, 23 2016 @ 12:59 PM
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a reply to: Dutchowl

what you describe could be a sustainable drainage solution - large holders underground for excess floodwater.




 
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