posted on Oct, 10 2014 @ 07:23 AM
a reply to: Firefoot
I am reviving this thread from 2009. Some of the information in the original thread is surprising: I thought this horrible and infamous ET joint
base had been destroyed. According to this thread, however, it was still in use as of 2009. Then there is THIS - the reason I revived the thread:
SATELLITE SEES HOT SPOT OF METHANE OVER DULCE, NEW MEXICO 2003-2009
"A satellite image of atmospheric methane concentrations over the continental U.S. shows the hot spot as a bright red blip over the Four Corners area
of New Mexico, Colorado, Arizona and Utah. The image used data from 2003 to 2009.
"Within that hot spot, a European satellite found atmospheric methane concentrations equivalent to emissions of about 1.3 million pounds a year.
That's about 80 percent more than the EPA figured. Other ground-based studies have calculated that EPA estimates were off by 50 percent.
"The new study, done by NASA and the University of Michigan, was released Thursday by the journal Geophysical Research Letters.
"The amount of methane in the Four Corners — an area covering about 2,500 square miles — would trap more heat in the atmosphere than all the
carbon dioxide produced yearly in Sweden. That's because methane is 86 times more potent for trapping heat in the short-term than carbon
NOTE: Even if this study ended in 2009 (which, given our government, may or may not be true) why do you think that the Dulce underground base was
leaking methane? Especially if it was supposedly shut down in the last century?