posted on May, 4 2012 @ 12:45 PM
No No You misunderstand. I'm not talking about above ground installations. I'm talking purely subterranean. Like I said I don't entirely beleive
the theory, just saying that it's been brought up before, it's not too crazy, the navy does test in those waters. Nuclear subs do patrol those waters
for whatever reason. Just saying.
I too don't subscribe to the super dooper hologram theories.
Although to add. we do have a need though to lace the area around the channel islands with sosus and other types of detection equipment. back in the
day russian spy boats were an actual issue with the los angeles coast line and harbor. We probably keep a close eye out for interlopers even today.
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Further edit about the elephant seals. The navy subs had a heck of a time dealing with seals and walruses during the cold war. turns out the active
sonar pings which sound like a octave sweep, to the seals sounds just like their mating call. they would hear the subs active sonar ping and then go
into concert replying totally screwing up the subs sonar. it was an issue. they have since solved it but still if they are testing stuff in those
waters then the seals could pose a problem. Either way i gotta admit the channel islands are a awesome place for both civilians and the military.
heck just a few days ago some fisherman on a half day charter just caught a 15lb King salmon a mile off redondo beach! pretty cool imho
on 4-5-2012 by BASSPLYR because: (no reason given)