posted on Nov, 14 2011 @ 04:59 AM
My money is on this area being an ULF radio antenna testbed. most of the patterns reminds me of antenna type constructions. The circular pattern
looks like an explosion/radiation test site, where sensors can be placed in varying positions in and out of cover to record temp, pressure, etc.
Even the suspicious aforementioned "nuke site" due west ~20 miles (look for the humongous square blue holding ponds...SIX MILES LONG!) has both the
freakishly huge ponds, and miles of northward running canals (which terminate abruptly). Both features suggest much more than random make-work
projects. My gut says they are working with ULF via water.
On a side note, explore the south end of the 'valley', where there are green spots with apparent water (pretty much due south of the rectangle). This
region is hydrothermically active, and probably has been for centuries, judging by all the ancient ruins dotting the water sources.
And finally on the other side note, the rectangle is almost perfectly built to the golden ration (6000' x 3490' actual versus 6000'x3580' ratio)
edit on 14-11-2011 by blamethegreys because: (no reason given)