posted on Sep, 27 2007 @ 02:22 AM
Personally, I would strap a real bomb to my chest and run at direction of base on foot from point of signs, see how far I would get! well, just
kidding. probably a 228 in chest from Remington...
To sneak this base would be truly difficult, but sam, giving me great inspiration, can sneak anything, so, so could any able man of subterly. You
would need anti-nvg suit for nvg cameras. if no one is around, possibly stay in lit areas so you are masked by the light (possible only if cams
nvg'd). They have heat cameras too, so you need a suit with a thermal blanket (something nasa would make) to hide your thermal image. With this, your
own nvg, and proper natural/artificial pre-conceived camo, sneaking in IS possible.
Hell... set off a pinch (EMP bomb) and get any equip you have protected. Moonless night would help. They might make their own power there,
naturalizing that source would be most difficult.
I find that all security systems protect an "area" but also lack an "area". With the right tools and by tricking/avoiding/developing/blending in
the "area" you can waltz by. Overlaping security systems, where other systems protect "areas" others don't can be even tougher, but still
possible with illusion. Look at it like a math formula, don't provide the systems solution to engage alarm. The eye, like all systems, can be
tricked, distracted, deceived. The hardest system I have seen are motion detectors. The ones I have in my home I can get by if I move..... very.....
very.... sloooooooooo ok you get the idea, very freakin slow. Almost impossible to maintain such a slow deliberate movement speed but, is possible