posted on Mar, 30 2009 @ 02:42 PM
reply to post by se7en30
The first part of identifying if secret bases exist is if they can be built in secret. This has been proven by the government itself with the opening
of some secret facilities to the public. They undoubtedly have other, probably much larger, facilities for our government officials in case of an
The second step is to find out who needs such bases or facilities. It was leaked out by government leaders that there is a "shadow government". They
would need places to stay that are not known to the public. There are also Top Secret research facilities that would need Top Secret places to do
their research. Throw in the possible storage of alien artifacts and other objects, and one can see the need for such facilities.
Now the hard part is determining where such facilities are. Once some facilities are rumored to exist in certain places, the job is to look for clues
and evidence to support such bases.
Dulce may very well be real, and with information coming out about the secretiveness of our government, it makes the case a little easier. As I have
stated in my earlier posts, it now comes down to tracking and tracing the support a base that large would need. This is boring compared to the
theories as what the base is used for, but it is a necessary step to proving there is a base. Maintenance, supplies, logistics and security sounds
boring, but that is where the evidence comes from that something is up. If someone finds a road going to a fence, and has pictures of semi-trucks
driving on such road, then there is a big chance such a facility exists.
It has been suggested the base is like a submarine when it comes to supplies, and that it could last for many months without any new supplies. I do
state that means it would need a whole lot of supplies and personnel for the turnout. Trucks and other vehicles would be noticed, unless they have
found a secret place to do such movements. Find those places, and the base may become a reality. Find a few people who are willing to come forward and
be interviewed about working at such places.
I am glad to see there are people who do not just jump in and state these places exist. Let's get some more evidence before the conclusions are
jumped to. The truth is out there, and sometimes getting the mundane facts can be boring. But once the evidence is found, then the other questions can
start being addressed.
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