posted on Jun, 3 2010 @ 01:23 AM
Excellent thread, starred and flagged! I love the sense of exploration and adventure here. Those photos are truly amazing... I mean how many people
would actually go down there and document the place?!
Regarding the six million supposed inhabitants, the narrow passageways and tight spaces suggest that the underground labyrinth might have just served
a few dozen people at most. Anything more would have caused various supply and logistics problems relating to air, food, water, sanitation, and
transportation just to name a few. Imagine your local mall. Notice how wide the passages are, and to think they were only designed to temporarily
accommodate heavy traffic flow. What more six million long-term residents?
It could also be just a small cluster from a much larger network of underground facilities scattered throughout the city. But even then, you would
need much larger common access/service facilities. I just can't imagine six million people living underneath the city all at the same time, and for a
The idea of a small underground hamlet or village inspires me though! I can already imagine all sorts of stuff going on there