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Originally posted by TXRabbit
Search is your friend, friend.
no, it wasn't UFOs
no, it wasn't a stargate
no, it wasn't HAARP or DARPA
no, it wasn't Project Bluebeam
Plain and simple - it was a series of electrical (read:man-made) transformers overloading due to severe thunderstorms in the area last Tuesday night.
Sometimes you just need to enjoy things for what they are, else every time a camera flash goes off, you'll think the klingons from uranus have come to embed their seeds!
You are correct that seemingly innocent, meaningless, or otherwise insignificant resources can lead to great discovery. Unfortunately for me, there hasn't been very much interest in Carswell as it has been historically viewed as relatively boring and uninteresting. However, according to my new research mentor the very fact that Carswell was the supposed first place that Roswell materials and evidence went to suggests that perhaps the base has gone somewhat out of it's way to avoid attention. That scenario is part of what brought this person to my aid because apparently there is a building contention that Carswell is considerably more than meets the eye or the military would not have wasted the fuel to come here and went straight to Wright-Patterson. The natural extension of this line of thought insinuates that there could potentially be anything ranging from a benign incident involving a tossed aside lid from a nuclear waste barrel to a fully fleshed underground research and retention facility exceeding any other in existence. Of course, that is probably unlikely, but unless we question and do our homework, we will never know what we can all learn.