posted on Dec, 9 2009 @ 06:55 AM
I'm failry certain that this is a case of seeing what you want to see. I don't see anything out of the ordinary, and am familiar with most of the
stuff shown. But I do dig the fact that they even go into imaginary details, fleshing out their ignorant fantasy even more, all the while catering to
those type of folks that eat this dribble up without fail.
For obvious reasons, there can't be a base of significant size hidden underground there without very, very telltale above ground signs and activity.
But to get past that argument, folks counter it with another fantasy about a vast worldwide underground network of super fast mag trains, lol. When
you bring up the impossibility of such nonsense due to common knowledge of the earths crust the same folks just make something else up and point to
something just as silly on the internet.
It's fun, hit someone in the face with reality and they just make stuff up in order to keep believing. It's like you have to turn the majority of
your brain off in order to understand how these folks think. I guess proving a negative is possible in there world.