posted on Sep, 14 2009 @ 10:34 PM
I've posted in other threads about this, as I have friends in
the oil & gas industry who do minor work in synthetic seismic
surveys in that area which is heavily populated by ranchers,
oil & gas leasesholds and of course Indian reservations.
It's also hot as hell down there and one should NEVER
go in that area without taking along a bottle of Gatorade
for every one to 2 hours you plan to spend there!
While the surveys done by my colleagues is on public lands
or done from authorized locations and is NOT near the Archuleta Mesa,
I can say so far that the 3D synthetic seismic data sent to me
as part of some testing of a digital signal processing program
I've created indicates no particularly overt examples of an
underground base. All i've seen is evidence of old, long-buried
water culverts, some water wells and fracture basins from old lakes
and well holes from previous explorations. Again while the depths
were limited to less than 1000 feet, I think we need to be more careful
as to what is espoused regarding the Dulce area until a full-scale
synthetic seismic survey is done right to the Pre-cambrian rock bottom
specifically within the Mesa areas that so many have espoused
which, by the way, is on Indian land!
And regarding some previous warnings, please be careful of the local
Ranchers who tend NOT to take too kindly to people trespassing on their
lands and spooking the cattle. And I shouldn't have to mention that
I have PERSONAL experience as to how fast a 1500 to 2000 lbs bull
can run when it's annoyed! As one can imagine, It woudn't be nice
to have a bunch of yahoos trouncing upon private land and having
either a angry bull's horn stuck up their wazoo or face the business
end of a rancher's gun who thinks you're a modern day cattle rustler
which is a rather common criminal act in these recessionary days!
And under the laws of New Mexico and Texas, the ranchers can
pretty much shoot first and ask questions later if you're considered
a rustler/invader, so to inject some COMMON SENSE into this forum
DO YOUR RESEARCH AND GET PERMISSION FIRST before you
rumble around in a wild, unexplored west that doesn't actually
Other than that, someone needs to do a full-blown survey....I've got
the software that can plots the hits into a 3D stratagraph so if there's
any volunteers to go down there in a safe and legal manner,
I don't mind using all that computer horsepower I've got to do
some 3D imaging studies to find or confirm the existence of
that currently mythical Dulce Base.
U2U me if you've got some data for me to massage and plot!