Currently owned and operated by Lehigh Southwest Cement, it was originally founded by Henry J. Kaiser as the Kaiser Permanente Cement Plant in
--Stevens Creek Quarry which is an directly adjacent to Lehigh Southwest Quarry and Cement, just outside of the Cupertino city limits on Stevens
Canyon Road, has been in operation since 1932, producing crushed rock for the building industry.--
This cement factory that, for reasons mundane or conspiratorial, operates 24/7. According to hearsay, it’s run by some company called Heidelberg
Cement. (Where its something for UFOs or a D.U.M.B for perform secret experiments for the government =P) There is the constant rumbling of machinery.
Sheds, multi-storied cement construction, pipes, other unidentified structures, spread here and there. It is like a part of some industrial town right
outside our piece of suburbia.
The skeletal structures, machinery, high-powered lights pointing all over the place, a compound nested behind some hills, its existence unknown to
most of the town’s inhabitants…set your imagination on overdrive and you’ve got yourself a scene from The X-Files.
TR-3B's propulsion system as follows: " A circular, plasma filled accelerator ring called the Magnetic Field Disrupter, surrounds the rotatable crew
compartment and is far ahead of any imaginable technology... The plasma, mercury based, is pressurized heated, and accelerated to create a
super-conductive plasma with the resulting gravity disruption.
The MFD generates a magnetic vortex field, which disrupts or neutralizes the effects of gravity on mass within proximity, by 89 percent... The
requirement for a dense material moving at relativistic speeds would explain the use of Mercury plasma (heavy ions)."
This technology was developed at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory by USAF in conjecture with Lockheed Martin and NASA
ALL right here in the Bay Area; LLNL, Lockheed, NASA-ARC. This including Mercury, which is a key ingredient to their technology, also known as
Quicksilver has been mined in Santa Clara county since the gold rush. New Almaden Quicksilver Mine in Santa Clara Closed down in 1927.
In 1939 the city of Cupertino consisted mostly of fruit orchards with very few inhabitants. Kaiser Permanente Cement was the only large manufacture in
the area. Few people were exposed to the dust and air pollutions put out by the cement plant. Trucks bearing raw materials and finished product could
travel from the plant to their destination with little impact upon the few residents living nearby.
These was the early days of the industrial revelation when almost nothing was know about the health risks of these pollutants. The community around
Lehigh slowly and continuously grew and orchards were slowly replaced by home and businesses. Then came the 1970's and the semiconductor boom. Apple,
HP, and other electronics companies started to spring up in this area and the population exploded as people moved here for high tech jobs.
Thus the birth of Silicon Valley. The demand for engineers was great so many of these new resident were well educated.
Today Santa Clara County has almost 1.8 million residents and the city of Cupertino which just 40 years earlier consisted mostly of farms and orchards
was replaced by home and more than 50,000 residents many of whom live in very close proximity to Lehigh Cement company.
This cement plant is the single highest source of mercury emissions in the Country (more than any oil refinery) and located in one of the highest
populated areas in the nation.
Look at the present photo and look at the one from 1948
All over the country their are Underground Bases some you hear of and others that are beyond top secret