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So are any of you going to try and explain the fact that the area is approximately 3960 feet above sea level yet maintains its water level?
A WELL-KNOWN U.S. nuclear submarine lost its way in these passages and disappeared forever. It was reported to have been lost IN OPEN SEA ELSEWHERE to keep the American people in total ignorance and to justify an enormous pay-off to an eccentric U.S. billionaire (who died in recent years) for providing the fictitious "recovery" effort.
USNS Glomar Explorer (T-AG-193) is a large ship currently being used as a deep-sea drilling platform. The vessel was built for a secret operation, Project Jennifer, by the United States Central Intelligence Agency to recover a sunken Soviet submarine, K-129, which had been lost in April 1968.
First I have to say, being extremely familiar with the local geology, that unless you have some great new energy source to provide cooling for the several hundred degree temperatures found relatively close to the surface, and some astounding "unobtanium" to withstand the constant strain and numerous slipping faults, there is no way I can envision any tunnel system from most any point around Hawthorn to any point westward under the Sierras.
Not trying to rain on anyones parade, but hopefully providing a different view and some clarity.
Originally posted by ignorant_ape
oh - and here
is a hi res crop of the area - its blatantly obvious that it is crops - you can even see a fallow area
Thanks for your post socalsonly. No, I am referring to that (wink-wink) system. I am refering to a completely separate Navy underground tube transportation system that extends world wide, the hub of which used to be below the submarine pens in San Diego and was accessed by an escalator. If you are uncomfortable with this question you might give us a simple "I can neither confirm nor deny..."
No, I would be referring to the fully automated battleship "Fleet 21".
No, the one I am talking about is about 40 feet long and has an opening in the top for the ROV's. If you are uncomfortable with this question a simple..."I can neither confirm or deny" would be satisfactory.
I can neither confirm or deny