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Originally posted by earthtone
Originally posted by libertytoall
Dropping a nuke underground would certainly make excavating a mass underground bunker easier. Maybe they have been building HUGE underground facilities uner the guise of nuclear tests.
Sadly once they finished building the facility underground they all died of radiation poisoning, that's why we never heard about it
Originally posted by greysave
Looks to me like a large underground particle accelerator. I believe they are doing something with energy by the looks of the large cables either for grounding or storing energy. If you look at the pictures provided by the OP and this particle accelerator notice the similarities. Notice the rings in the outer layers with a dense core. Also notices in the OP's pictures where the trailer and the preceding picture the rings and center core.
Original Posters negative with an outline of the structure notice the rings with the dense center structure.
Originally posted by spacedoubt
reply to post by skeptic_al
Nevada City is in California
Than the Nevada Desert is in Nevada.
There are actually lots of Desert types in the Nevada. Mostly determined by altitude.
I live in a High Desert...Very few Cacti..Lots of Jackrabbits, and sagebrush.
But what I like the most is the incredibly clear night time skies.
Anyway, I wrote that as a "so there" post....Nevada city=California.
edit on 20-12-2010 by spacedoubt because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by BO XIAN
reply to post by tauristercus
I've emailed a relative who worked there in a very specialized position. He should be able to answer SOME of your questions.
I don't know if he'll bother, or not.
He certainly had the experience, position and perspective to be very aware and knowledgeable about at least some of those craters etc. before and after the blasts.
I've sent him the link and asked him if he'd like to comment. We'll see. I don't know how busy he is currently. I'm 64 and he's a few years older than I am. If he's inclined with time on his hands, he might. If he's busy and doesn't want to be bothered with that part of his history, he might not.