posted on Apr, 19 2008 @ 03:51 AM
Is it just me, or does it seem like people don't believe in huge underground housing/cities? I mean, I know your post is showing proof or something
of an underground base, but is there really any question about this? I thought it was public knowledge of the huge amount of square footage
underground at/around Nellis Bombing range. I have visited there before and I believe on government sites even, there are mentions of this. Many are
used for study, for protection in case of a complete all out nuclear war. Maybe I'm reading this post and it's replies wrong, and if so I'm sorry.
I have take a public tour of several areas outside of Las Vegas in which the Atomic bombs were tested. I believe they publicly admit that there are
over a million square feet (by far more I'm sure) of buildings underground that have their own deep water supplies, electricity, food growing, etc...
All of this built for a worst case scenario. If I remember right, I think they said they could support something like over 1000 or more employees for
at least a year with what they have now. I'd be willing to bet they can grow all sorts of food down there as well. The water reservoirs are
enormous and if rationed, I'm sure would last well beyond that. Anyhow, I feel like I've rambled. I was just curious if these underground
bases/cities are myths to people. Not meaning to hijack this thread, just reading it seemed that people were a little skeptical and needed proof.
The proof is out there, just search the various government websites.