posted on Nov, 14 2011 @ 08:14 AM
I think there's a mixture of fact and fiction in these.
The first one with the lines and squares across a large area looks more like an overlay. It's covering such a large area of terrain that it cannot
possibly be on the ground. The accuracy of that over large spaces of uneven land would be impossible.
The rest could easily be a mixture of plans for another ghost city of theirs, or military training facilities. The round shape with the planes in the
middle could be explained away as a terrorism training facility. It would be perfect for training special forces to deal with a hijack and hostage
situation, with obstacles representing airport structures and potential weak points etc.
I think it's important to remember that they could have been there for decades, from WW2 through the cold war and into today. Any number of events
could have demanded that the military create some training facility, and their development of satellite and GPS would have inevitably meant some
testing and experimentation on a large scale too.
The whole ghost city thing fascinates me. Although it's likely there was a whole lot of corruption in their creation, there's is a suggestion from
several economists that this was a better solution for investment and something the USA and European nations should have been doing instead of bailing
out the banks.
Most know that the $ is going to collapse. And it's likely that this will result in war.
China is once again best placed to deal with this now that they have numerous cities uninhabited and ready to go. They can evacuate millions of people
to these cities.
At the same time, they employed hundreds of thousands of people to build them.
For a large country like that, any attacking force would have a very difficult time deciding where to attack when they have so many cities to look
It's an interesting subject nonetheless.