posted on Jan, 22 2011 @ 07:25 AM
After working through a few difficulties following the publishing of my recent novel, I am back, and plan to provide a few more details about
particular items I previously discussed.
To begin with, I want to provide just a bit more information about the Dulce Canyon facility. To go back to its origins, at the end of World War II,
the facilities at Los Alamos were above-ground. Once it became clear that an Allied vs. Soviet conflict was developing at the end of the war, instead
of winding down the project, efforts were made to expand the associated facilities for what appeared to be, and was, a protracted “conflict other
than war,” as the military classified it.
That was the origin of the Dulce Canyon facility. There was a need for a larger, safer, and more covert location to deal with how to take the raw
nuclear material from Oak Ridge, and prepare it for use as a nuclear warhead. That was the purpose of Dulce Canyon facility then, and the purpose it
has served since. The original DUMB (Deep Underground Military Base) was thought to be fairly large, but it was expanded twice during the Eisenhower
administration, as the Cold War heated up, and there may have been further expansion since, but I cannot speak to that with any knowledge.
Now let me explain how and why I have knowledge of this facility. At Cape Canaveral AFS, and with the military support we provided to NASA at Kennedy
Space Center, I had to deal with all military public health, bioenvironmental engineering, and medical health issues in dealing with the nuclear
materials we had available. Naturally, I cannot discuss what all we did at the Cape with nuclear materials. The most widely known functions would be
when we had launch missions dealing with RTGs (Radioisotope Thermoelectric Generators) we would use in shuttle and deep space probe missions. In most
cases involved with warheads, RTGs, and other sundry items, we received these from the Dulce Canyon facility. While I received most major and
specific mission reports from one office there, I had a contact that I dealt with. That is how I learned the vast majority of the information about
Dulce Canyon that I now know.
While this does not preclude the possibilities of whether alien technology was being placed there, with a knowledge of how the military functions, it
makes little sense to place such diametrically opposed missions at the same location. After all, we have a great number of other facilities that
known even less than Dulce Canyon.
I hope some people will find this helpful.