Some estimate that there will be a 90% depopulation operation headed our way in the form of a disaster that will kill off most of the world's
population. Attention has been focused on such places as the Denver International Airport (DEN). I will examine the practicality of an attempt to use
DEN as a shelter in mobilizing people there as well as sheltering them. I will be combining this DEN conspiracy with another one -- the Georgia
Let's start with 10% of the population. It would be smart to keep the "right" people. You know, so as not to kill the valuable ones that "TPTB"
do want to keep to resume and further civilization once the dust settles. I bet the really "valuable" ones are in some different countries or at
least require a plane ride to get to wherever safety is. So, 10% of the world's 6.697 billion people is about 669 million people. The Dubai
International Airport has the largest floor area of any building, but it has only 16.1 million sq. ft, which would fit 16.1 million people (1 skinny
person per 1 sq ft) without anyone really being able to move to say the least. So, I'd say it's safe to say that the 16.1 million figure is way too
high. Later I will get to how many people could practically survive on the total land area of the DEN airport. But, let's continue anyway just to
see how unfathomable it is to save the 500 million people mentioned in the Georgia Guidestones.
Some people speculate that the Denver international airport (DEN) is being made into some kind of storage bunker for the ones who will survive an end
times catastrophe that is supposed to be invoked. At its current size, it serves only slightly relatively fewer passengers than Dubai. If we can
assume they need the same operating space (I can't find figures for DEN's floor plan area), then DEN can hold a little less than Dubai's, but
let's just give DEN more space for simplicity's sake since it does have underground trains (and who knows what else). So again, let's fit 16.1
million skinny people per 1 sq ft of space. That's no where near the 500,000,000 figure given by the GA Guidestone that some people cite as a source
for the ballpark number of people to be remaining for a future depopulation, but...let's use this as our number of lucky folk who will be saved,
since at least it's less than the 10% first mentioned. (500 million is 7.465% of the 6.697 odd billion people on Earth now.)
So, we have 500 million people to move into this airport. I think we would agree that you can't do it too slowly or everyone will realize very
important (?) people (or just people!) have gone missing. That means you have to do it as fast as possible to strand the rest of the world so they
don't have time to storm the place to save themselves when they realize where everyone is going. Based on the math and some unsafe and convenient
assumptions (see below*), it is actually 100% possible to fly in 500 million people to the DEN airport in ... 3.0002 years! That's three years of
non-stop 777 Boeings dropping off people to DEN!
*for one, of the 606,006 flights per year at DEN, not all are Boeing 777-300s, so it is only speculation that this is possible
For proper perspective, in 2009 the busiest airport in the world (Atlanta, GA) only served about 88 million people. In contrast, as we just did,
assuming every flight to DEN carried 550 people, DEN would have served 333,303,300 people in a year or roughly 3.7 times as many people than the
busiest in the world! But, let's assume we could get everyone there in a reasonable time...how many could we fit?
The most densely populated place on Earth is Macau, China, with 48,003 people per sq. mile. (Comparitively, New York City's is 26,403 per sq. mile.)
With 53 sq. miles in area, at Macau's density, DEN could hold 2,544,159 (2.5 mil) people. With this figure, we would need 200 Denver Int. Airports to
rush the lucky chosen ones to if we were to fit them all!
Based on these figures, if there were a flood in store for most of the globe or if there were some other major disaster, rushing a significant number
of people to any underground bunker or shelter of somekind is extremely impractical (impossible?). Flying them in would be the fastest way, and we've
seen that we would need 200 airports of the likes of Denver's International Airport in order to shelter 500 million people at the highest population
density of the world*.
*I've ignore Manhattan and such cities because they house people in skyscrapers
What some would find creepy is that DEN had 606,006 movements for 2009. That's 6+06+006, and backwards 600 & 60 & 6 -- the "number of the beast."
Coincidentally, currently the Boeing 777 holds the most passengers. So there are some Biblical references for anyone into that!
My figures and math are below. I used the Boeing 777-300, which holds more people than any other aircraft and can fly the farthest at more than
halfway around the world. I got my stats on how many flights are made per day at DEN from wikipedia, in case anyone wants to check (references at
GA Guidestones: 500,000,000 people remaining to "harmonize with nature"
Boeing 777-300 capacity: 550 passengers
DEN "movements": 606,006 per year includes in & outbound, 1,660 per day
500,000,000 / 550 = 909,090 inbound flights needed
606,006 in&out per year = 303,003 inbound
909,090 inbound flights needed / 303,003 = 3.0002 years
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