posted on Feb, 21 2015 @ 08:22 PM
a reply to: Pitou
Yes, thank you for asking. Being a foremost researcher of this subject through satellite and underground wave resonance research I have concluded that
these bases are self sufficient and able to support underground agriculture and water production, allowing members to stay underground for years.
Whether this is et tech I have no idea, but it is plainly obvious that bases are self sufficient and possibly get nutrients from minerals found
What surprises me most is the psychological impact residents must go through. I have heard from some 3rd parties that soldiers living in these bases
do so almost up to 1 year at a time. The loneliness they most face is astonishing, and such isolation can lead one to desperate measures in the realm
wherein carnal pleasures are concerned. But this is against any military law code and we should assume that these bases operate with the upmost
professionalism, but then again I have heard stories from 3rd parties about strange, ritualistic gatherings in these bases...