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Dulce Level Six Video

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posted on Jun, 30 2008 @ 03:36 AM
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And for those of you who want to put this Dulce crap to rest
I can get a GPR survey done of the place using 3D SAR/SynthSeismic
and DSP processing.

If I do it ground-based wideband with multi-sonic Synthetic Seismic
and GPR, I can get penetration to 2000 feet and better
with an area of 100 square miles if need be. i.e. Oil & Gas Strata Survey

I can also do an aerial/space survey at 20 meters plus at 25cm rez
or 100 meters plus penetration at 50 cm and 200m+ penetration
at 5 meters rez. AND DON'T ASK ME HOW I CAN DO THAT!!!!!

I'll give it a try in a few weeks and see what we get
and I'll post some 3D strata images of the area
with DSP'ed 3D imaging.

We'll put this to REST once and for all!

Spooks: I CAN DETECT active synthetic returns, backscattering
and diffusion SO DON'T BOTHER! Ever HEARD of DSP and multi-wave?




posted on Jun, 30 2008 @ 07:16 PM
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Please do this soon!!Let us know one way or another,I have always wondered why no one did this,hell I even tried to get some IR,Topological,etc sat images,to no avail.



posted on Jul, 1 2008 @ 12:18 AM
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Infra-Red photos won't do you any good because most installations
are MORE than 200 feet underground and will never register on
the IR sensors and Topographic maps only show surface features
which is good for only finding probable air vents.

What you need is Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) AND
a Synthetic Seismic survey. Since I have access to some
geologists who are ALREADY in that area looking for
mineable materials...I'll give em a couple of case loads
of JD and see what I can do to "Help Them" do some
advanced DSP image processing to make THEIR lives easier.

In that 120F+ New Mexico heat, doing a SynSeismic/GPR Survey is NO FUN
and the faster they do it the better it is for their physical comfort
so it's NOT HARD to convince them that a 1024 processor in-field
rasterizer/imager will DEFINITELY make their lives easier....
in exchange for some "considerations" to my fields of study!

...

he he he

I've already reviewed older Radarsat data which shows general
stuff that is part and parcel of ANY military laboratory complex
so that's not so interesting - Google Maps does surveys
like THAT SO MUCH BETTER!

I don't have access to RadarSat-2 data
but I do have my own unique solutions
to aerial GPR surveys which will come
online soon enough....

I won't publically divulge the obvious USA secret stuff that I find,
but I will put this Dulce crappola to it's final deservedly wretched
resting place....



posted on Jul, 1 2008 @ 12:29 AM
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I won't publically divulge the obvious USA secret stuff that I find,
but I will put this Dulce crappola to it's final deservedly wretched
resting place....


Seems like your contradicting yourself there since the Dulce base is a top secret US government facility.


I'm out for the night(listening to Beethoven symphonies),about to go to bed,will look over thread tomorrow,peace.~JKrog



posted on Jul, 5 2008 @ 06:44 PM
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I don't remember seeing on any seismic survey anything of INTEREST
in that area specifically on the private ranchlands.

However there IS an ELF facility relatively nearby used for communicating
with submarines using low-bandwidth, very long range, low-frequency sound
from what I understand! -- Which could be the cause of
the infamous Taos Hum ---

I don't have ANY CURRENT DEFINITIVE DATA either way,
but hopefully that will change by September/October.

For all we know, it's nothing more than a bunch of buried petro-pipelines
that some oil company wants kept confidential...I could understand that!
But until we look we won't know!



posted on Jul, 5 2008 @ 07:09 PM
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Well I gotta be away for like 3 months after tuesday,but u2u me as soon as you know.Ive added you as a friend.



posted on Jul, 5 2008 @ 08:52 PM
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The first wall was more interesting and seemed as if to display bodies and heads and yet when the video did pass it (as someone else mentioned) it seemd too narrow for the display.

The growing chambers also didn't match what appeared to be the same size aliens and looked more like a very large fetus.

I don't think anyone who would take a tour of anything real like this would ever be the same again........as long as they're able to remember it.



posted on Jul, 5 2008 @ 09:11 PM
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Originally posted by aleon1018
The first wall was more interesting and seemed as if to display bodies and heads and yet when the video did pass it (as someone else mentioned) it seemd too narrow for the display.

The growing chambers also didn't match what appeared to be the same size aliens and looked more like a very large fetus.

I don't think anyone who would take a tour of anything real like this would ever be the same again........as long as they're able to remember it.


Good point,scary to think of what really is down there.You better be a rock to deal with that #.



posted on Sep, 15 2008 @ 07:24 PM
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As per some Synthetic Seismic friends who were
in the Dulce area earlier in summer 2008,
I am starting to receive some 3D synthetic
seismic good for up to 250 feet (80 metres)
in depth and swaths up to 500 feet wide
(using a newer technology called widescan
pulsed acoustic imaging which scans wide
and VERY DETAILED but not deeply) which was
done from various roadways near Dulce, NM
so as not to intrude upon private Indian lands
and Private ranch lands.

On a visual basis from the first 2D slices it is
rather disappointing that I see nothing much more than
probably older/abandoned irrigation pipelines
less than 0.5 metres in diameter at less than 30 feet
in depth, obvious despository fill from recent
(i.e. last 10,000 years) erosion and simple wells
that have for the most part been abandoned or are
simple working wells with some more than 250 feet deep.

So far I have NOT seen anything out of the ordinary
nor any obvious large-scale tunnel-work.

This is NOT TO SAY that there isn't any deep underground
tunnels or "cities", it's just that the survey was not
full-scale and was done from roadways
and is NOT deep enough for a real good look
because of time constraints.

The crew were testing out a new computer imaging
system of mine and did not have enough time off
from their "Day Job" to really do a good and hard look
across a wide area.

A further testing of my imaging system will allow for
a deeper look of greater than 4000 Feet (1300 Metres)
sometime in the New Year as the crew returns to the
area for further Oil & Gas work and Systems Testing
In this case they will have enough time to do a wider
search where the imaging, although not as detailed
as the widescan system, goes much deeper and longer
and I can do shallower angles to get further away
from the roadways around Dulce, NM

What I HAVE NOTICED however is some unusual
weathering patterns on specific hills from
aerial photographs which allows me to pinpoint
areas I want a closer look at in the future.
These areas do not seem to be landslides
or erosion but deliberate construction.
However these may be simple earthworks
and road/house building projects.

Some of those lands are private so I will have to use
a different imaging system to allow me access to the
underground synthetic seismic data that I wish to
examine.

I won't promise the moon since deep seismic survey is
more of an art than a science and is open to interpretation
at deeper depths. However at a depth of up to 250 feet,
I currently see nothing unusual that would be consistent
with a deep tunnel works project or "Underground City".
What I do see however is a lot of small diameter
irrigation pipes, small-scale water wells and
obvious erosion fill.

I'll keep you all posted as a I get more data...



posted on Sep, 15 2008 @ 07:38 PM
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There IS on area of interest however that I find a little weird:

maps.google.ca...,-106.853778&spn=0.007711,0.013003&t=k&z=17&iwloc=addr

which may be either simple image stitching problems
on Google Maps or may be something more sinister.....

Take a look...What do YOU think?



posted on Sep, 15 2008 @ 07:41 PM
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Hmm teh above link didn't work quite right

****maps.google.ca...
q=Dulce+New+Mexico&ie=UTF8&ll=36.752429,-106.85469&
spn=0.003855,0.006502&t=k&z=18&
iwloc=addr****

Copy the above link to a word processor and get rid of the asterisks
and then copy as a SINGLE LINE to your web browsers address bar
or type it all in WITHOUT the asterisks....



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