posted on Apr, 19 2011 @ 09:12 PM
I finally took the plunge after lurking here for a while. I'd been closely following the birds that had been falling out of the sky since new years
eve, and ATS was one of the few places on the internet that was looking at multiple explanations of the phenomena - and the ATS community has provided
me with beautiful maps and collections of data. (My own thought it that the initial fall in Beene Arkensas was likely precipitated by a gas explosion
- either from the nearby fracking wells, or from the freight train lines that run through town.)
I finally signed up because I passed by a building the other day, and can't figure out what it is - and I was hoping you could steer me towards some
information. The building I'm curious about is a big boring looking thing in Princeton, NJ that has a sad cold-war feel about it. It's near several
energy research facilities.
It's the trident shaped building next to Princeton Power Systems. Heck, it may be part of PPS. It might actually be something very boring, but since
it's unlabeled on google maps, I'm now even more curious about what it could be.
Thank you for your help, and I'm looking forward to joining the conversations in these parts.