posted on May, 11 2011 @ 12:44 PM
The lines of the rectangular grid with such smooth "sand" between them are actually the edges of the concrete roofing slabs we are looking down on.
They are camouflaged by being made with desert sand, keeping them the exact colour of the surrounding sand, and being level with the ground. The small
metal domes placed at regular intervals on the grid are air intakes. Access to this (military) facility is via a vehicle lift at the top of the road
spiraling up the large dome.
The facility is deep and vast, with its own hydroponic food supply and large underground recreation areas. It is staffed by scientists who are
allowed to go home for a week every month, and who know what would happen to their families if they were to reveal anything they are working on to
anyone, by military minders and clerks, and by a staff to keep everything running, (cooks, cleaners, maintenance, gardeners, medical staff, etc,) who
live on site to prevent information leaks. This also prevents attention being drawn to the site by vast numbers of vehicles accessing and leaving it
There are also long underground tunnels connecting the facility to other military installations.
Living there is quite pleasant, unless you are one of their guinea pigs.
Naturally, all the above is pure speculation.