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posted on Apr, 30 2012 @ 09:31 PM
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But you already said that you use binoculars to view the supposed S4 location from 40 miles away.

I probably could not see the rocky mountains from 10 miles, let alone you seeing any dirt roads from 40 miles


The story adds up perfectly imo, otherwise I would not be here pushing my views on others...to help them see the light!




posted on Apr, 30 2012 @ 10:08 PM
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But you already said that you use binoculars to view the supposed S4 location from 40 miles away. I probably could not see the rocky mountains from 10 miles, let alone you seeing any dirt roads from 40 miles
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Google Earth has fine views of the area. You can see what passes for roads are out there.

Note that desert air is quite clear. How else do you think photographs of Groom Lake come out so well from Tikaboo. It is a combination of low moisture in the air and high altitude. I was viewing the supposed S-4 site from 9500ft.

There is nothing there but empty desert. Climb the mountain (Bonanza Peak) and see for yourself. There is an actual trail as opposed to what passes for a trail at Tikaboo. Elevation change is about 4000ft, but there are countless switchbacks.



posted on Jun, 4 2012 @ 05:36 AM
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Bob Lazar is one of the main people who have come forward, who knows what he's talking about. He gives clear descriptions, and scientific explanations based on his own theoretical research.





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