posted on Mar, 27 2009 @ 01:30 PM
reply to post by djvexd
Those same submarines are brought into a port every three months and refueled, maintained and restocked. It is true a place can get a lengthy supply
so there are less trips, but there would be a major movement of transportation to get the people and supplies to the base. Where are those movements
of troops? Where is the roads or access points when such a massive amount of items and people are transferred? They would also need to pick up waste
products. Where are the waste management vehicles and maintenance to those systems?
The devil is in the detail, and so far there is nothing to show how a large base is to be supported in the middle of nowhere with no one noticing. Why
no video of the trucks and vehicles going to the middle of nowhere?
Yes, there can be a base at that location. The next step is to prove there is a base, and that is to track down the support it needs. A submarine
needs just as much support, even though it can survive months at a time without fresh supplies. A base could keep a large population and supplies for
months at a time, but then it would need a massive logistics campaign to restock and re-man it.
Edited to add:
A submarine can move around to other ports for supplies. A base has to have the supplies and personnel come to it.
[edit on 3/27/2009 by kidflash2008]