Inviting others to walk freely about an abandoned base possibly endangering themselves. Even if there are individuals that work there somehow, there
wouldn't be much to gain by learning about it. They wouldn't release information about work being done, that's for d*mn sure.
So many ATS'ers seem to feel that they're owed something. When something is "secret" it's meant to stay that way. It's that way for a very good
reason. Even if you did find yourself perusing the halls of a base like that, it's possible that you wouldn't be doing yourself any kind of favor.
There are some things in the military that you just wish you could unsee. There's not many here that will likely take my word for this, but I really,
really, wish you would. Working on top secret programs isn't all glamourous like it's portrayed on television. There is no room you walk into where
multiple items are prominently displayed on pedestals for the curious passerby. No high-tech screens floating in the air or auto-turrets that pop out
of the ceiling when you trip over a laser on your way to a room filled with space-age tech. It's offices, old computers, no internet access to the
outside world or web, and every time that you walk in or out, you're checked thoroughly for data drives, cell phones or other. Anything that could be
used to record. The people you eat lunch with are just as likely to point the finger at you (your fault or not) if something wrong occurs, so no
'real' close relationships are to be made, and everyone's lips are shut tighter than a ***** ***** on prom night (decor), as they aren't aware who has
what clearance. Not to mention even the break rooms are under constant surveillance.
But if you do go ahead, and walk on in, be aware of this. Either one of two things happen. You find that it is abandoned and walk home sad that you
found nothing, or walk on in and get yourself arrested, spending the next portion of your life in jail or at the least under interrogation all just to
satisfy your curiosity. From that point on for an undetermined amount of time you will be monitored after which your home phone, internet, and cell
will all be placed on the watch list. Not fun if you're married or ever plan to be. All this, and you still will have learned nothing of note other
than that you shouldn't have been there in the first place.
By the way, before anyone yells "misinformant" or whatever, I try very hard to shed light on military projects here. Keep that in mind before you
point a finger, please.
All the best, everyone. Please be safe.
Edit: One last thing, super colliders do NOT create black holes. Even if one was by some chance created, it's size would be so small, so
infinitesimal, that it would close up in the blink of an eye. Many didn't even want Hadron created because of this silly scare. If you do a search
online you will find there were actual court hearings addressing this issue stating the very same as I have here. So no worries, folks.
26-9-2012 by SoulVisions because: Added black hole info.