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Navy Submarine Base Under the Nevada Desert?

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posted on Sep, 22 2010 @ 01:38 AM
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I hate to be the bubble popper here but there are no submarines in the desert well at least not in real life.
it is a training facility where they teach everyone how to run the equipment on the submarines. they have
mockups of all the control rooms. there was a pre-existing base at the location so instead of paying exhorbitant rent somewhere else they built in the desert. Easier to protect all their super secret tech. if they can see you coming a mile away.




posted on Oct, 11 2010 @ 01:45 PM
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A good place to hide cylinder UFOs and rods if anyone cares.
Just hearsay that a submarine was wired for the first levitation and
flight experiments by von Braun.
With heavy lifting transports the sub might be lifted out of Nevada to
the Pacific. Well a super advanced lifter.
Perhaps a new engine is being worked on and not weapons.



posted on Oct, 29 2010 @ 09:08 PM
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Originally posted by Ancrom
I hate to be the bubble popper here but there are no submarines in the desert well at least not in real life.
it is a training facility where they teach everyone how to run the equipment on the submarines. they have
mockups of all the control rooms. there was a pre-existing base at the location so instead of paying exhorbitant rent somewhere else they built in the desert. Easier to protect all their super secret tech. if they can see you coming a mile away.
Not to imply that you are wrong but I am just wondering how you know this? Do you work there or know someone ?



posted on Oct, 29 2010 @ 09:26 PM
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Its sensible to locate in the desert for points already mentioned, however there is additional reasons; the Navy also maintains its own space based weapon and spy program. It is perfect location to carry out testing and research programs.

The other point is the quantity of Nuclear Blasts carried out in Nevada over the years would have carved massive holes in the crust, at one time Russia was using nuclear weaponry as a tool to create caverns for various purposes. Any type of ground penetrating mapping would reveal large caverns and who knows what else as result of the testing over the years.



posted on Oct, 29 2010 @ 09:40 PM
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USO's anyone?????


That craft to the upper right, looks mighty unique.....


www.navsea.navy.mil...



posted on Jan, 22 2012 @ 12:43 AM
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If.you have knowledge of the tubes w/ maglev trains going across our country then nothing is impossible. From the Pacific to Hawthorn, NV. They gain access from the Bay go upriver to one of many islands where two tunnels were bored and dredged. Traveling east in man made water tubes, all fresh water, the sub base is below sea level to a underground marina under the Army Depot. There is an underground base under the depot, with freight elevators and passenger elevators transporting crews and supplies to the marina area. That's my story and I'm sticking to it!



posted on Jun, 19 2012 @ 02:23 PM
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I know this post is old. I just wanted to say when I lived in the Bay Area, it looked to me like the Sac River and the bay were pretty dang shallow once you get inland a little ways. I wonder if a sub could get any further east than Alameda NS.



posted on Oct, 14 2013 @ 11:22 AM
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nvm



posted on Mar, 22 2014 @ 12:20 PM
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I've wondered for sometime now if all the earthquakes we've been having isn't due to drilling new places to hide stuff at



posted on May, 18 2014 @ 04:26 PM
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I have seen that sign, “Naval Undersea Warfare…” Then you see a long road, out into the dessert, to what must be a guard station. Then there is nothing after that. I have always wondered, “How is there an “undersea” anything, out in the dessert, and I do not see anything around?” No buildings, nothing.

Hawthorne was an ammunition depot that made and tested ammunition. It closed in the 1980’s. The bunkers are still there. The base is still open and people live there. I do not know what is going on there now.

Walker Lake is receding. If you go to the museum at Pyramid Lake, about two hours from Walker Lake, you can see that the lake has even disappeared at one time in history.



posted on May, 18 2014 @ 04:26 PM
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We always wondered the honest reason our federal government wanted to move water to a dead end lake? Just to have water go there to die?

There are eight pieces of federal legislation that include Walker Lake
www.loc.gov...
including,
“The Walker River Basin Conservation and Stabilization Act of 1996 - Directs the Secretary of the Interior to participate in efforts… to implement, specified projects to assist in the stabilization of water quantity at Walker Lake for purposes of… including projects to establish a locally managed Walker River Water Bank to facilitate water transfers (from) the Walker River Basin in Nevada and California…”

Our federal government’s cover story was that the water was for the fish. However, there are fish in the Walker River. Why are the same fish in the Walker Lake more important?

So then, we thought that Hawthorne needed tourism to make up for the US Army depot shutting down. Why would fishermen’s hobby, be worth more than farmer’s livelihood?
Of course, our representative government said it would only buy water from “willing sellers.” It seems quite convenient that Nevada would enter a three-year drought. This would force discouraged farmers to sell their water rights, to the government. The Desert Research Institute, which is part of the University of Nevada at Reno, is a government institution that used to seed the clouds, which used to cause rain in the dessert. This goes with the theory that, the role of good representative government is to take money from its’ citizens, and used it against them.

So then, we thought the water was actually for Las Vegas. After all, Las Vegas is building a two hundred fifty mile long pipeline to bring water from Ely to Las Vegas.

So then, we thought it was for the votes. Maybe the Senate Majority Leader needed Hawthorne’s votes to win. However, Hawthorne’s population is 3,000; the two towns along the Walker River, that are going to loose their irrigation water, have a combined population of 6,000.

It is also interesting to note that the Navy’s “Naval Undersea Warfare” Center is only seventy-five miles from the Navy’s “Naval Strike and Air Warfare Center” (Top Gun).



posted on May, 18 2014 @ 04:42 PM
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a reply to: The1SkyMaster

Top Gun only relatively recently moved to the area. It was also only recently incorporated into the strike warfare program. NAS Fallon until the late 1990s/early 2000s was MCAS Fallon, and Top Gun was at NAS Miramar in California, near San Diego.

When the decision was made to incorporate the programs the Navy needed more room for ranges, so they switched the two bases. Miramar became MCAS Miramar, and Fallon became NAS Fallon.

By the time the switch occurred, a lot of the big activity at NAVSEA was winding down quite a bit.



posted on May, 18 2014 @ 05:00 PM
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Good to hear from the Great John Lear!!!



posted on May, 18 2014 @ 05:14 PM
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Nuclear submarine power plants were developed in the high desert near Idaho Falls. Lots of UFO lore surrounding that area.
Jacques Vallée helped with a movie out there. Back in the 70's when I was traveling out to the west coast on "secondary highways", I chose a route that passed INL and was surprised by the eerie lights out in the desert and all the miles of fences with area 51 style warnings. INL was Founded back in 1949 so they must have been playing with nuclear submarine plants since then.



posted on May, 18 2014 @ 05:20 PM
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a reply to: Cauliflower

USS Nautilus was the first nuclear powered sub. She was authorized in 1951 and launched in 1954.

IIRC, they were looking at power plants before they started building the first atomic bombs.
edit on 5/18/2014 by Zaphod58 because: (no reason given)



posted on May, 18 2014 @ 07:42 PM
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The plot thickens.
So maybe the German U boat program was working on nuclear propulsion starting about 1935?

There were Norwegian U boat facilities established in Norway.




These included Bergen, Narvik, Trondheim, Hammerfest and Kirkenes. Over 240 U-boats were stationed in Norway at various times during the war, most of them were members of the 11th U-boat Flotilla which had 190 U-boats in its fleet during the flotilla's career.


No history lesson would be complete without the Norwegian heavy water sabotage(probably an inside job to fool Hitler).

en.wikipedia.org...



posted on May, 18 2014 @ 07:48 PM
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a reply to: Cauliflower

The first navalized reactors didn't start development until the 1940s. The Norway pens were to give the German boats faster access to the Atlantic, as well as a forward base for repairs.





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