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Originally posted by capod2t
reply to post by avocadoshag
According to some of the conspiracy whistle blowers, these tubes are, and have been, in place for some time. No one, of course, has provided evidence of this. I wish I could remember exactly which people alluded to them, but I most likely learned this through interviews at Project Camelot
John Lear spoke of them and others too. Supposedly they are world-wide and provide super fast travel.
For what it's worth.
Originally posted by Phractal Phil
The promotional video bills it as absolutely free of problems. I wonder if they factored in the cost of hardening the system against terrorist attack.
RAND Document No: P-6092 Year: 1978 Pages: 35 Title: Trans-Planetary Subway Systems: A Burgeoning Capability. Author(s): Robert M. Salter Cost: $ ? Keywords: Railroads; Tunnels; Underground structures; Urban transportation ABSTRACT: Describes a subway concept called "PLANETRAN" comprising electromagnetically supported and propelled cars traveling in underground evacuated tubes, able to cross the United States in one hour. It is designed to interface with local transit systems, and the tunnel complex also contains utility transmission and auxiliary freight-carrying systems. Tunnels represent a major problem area and most of the cost. They will be placed several hundred feet underground in solid rock formations. It will require advanced tunnel-boring machines, such as hypersonic projectile spallation, laser beam devices, and the "SUBTERRENE" heated tungsten probe that melts through igneous rocks. PLANETRAN is rated as a system high in conservation of energy. For every car being accelerated, there is one decelerating in an adjoining tube. The decelerating cars return energy to the system. The tubes have a reduced atmosphere, making drag losses much smaller than for aircraft. Coast-to-coast energy costs are expected to be less than $1.00 per passenger. (Presented at the AAAS Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., February 1978.) 35 pp
We recently came across a very interesting list from a book called Entrances to Subterranean Tunnels "Underground Alien Bases" (UAB) ISBN: 0-938294-92-X (UAB) which purports to list all the known underground entrances to bases. Here is where they are!
If you doubt the possibility that the U.S. government “Black” projects engineers have he ability to secretly construct an underground tube-shuttle system, think again. Here is a quoted article that appeared in the Los Angeles Times newspaper on June 11, 1972.
Thanks for the links capo di tutti.