posted on Aug, 4 2012 @ 12:32 PM
Just to throw in some perspective, it isn't the project with the Chinese, IMO. It never is any one thing we see. It's always scale with them. I see
one very secure aircraft shelter that, indeed, one bomb could put the whammy on.
Now how many hundreds of aircraft shelters are within a few miles in any direction? Perhaps dozens there and not hundreds..but how many more? That is
what blows me away about the Chinese. If they need a new widget, they don't build a factory to make widgets. They make a CITY of factories to build
millions of them.
In the case of tunnels.. Well... They dig like moles on crack, apparently
The researchers at Georgetown University, led by a former senior Pentagon official, concentrated on a 3,000-mile network of tunnels dug largely in
Sichuan province by the Chinese Second Artillery, a secretive unit responsible for protecting the country’s nuclear
Now that article isn't about planes or their Air Force, but that isn't why I mention it. It's the fact they need to test something? Why they just bore
themselves tunnels longer than the drive from New York to Los Angeles.
I'd never take one thing we see...like this OP example....and figure we know anything by it. Not really...China is just in a class all their own for
scale of effort and games within games for what the world sees and thinks it knows about them too... Just my two cents.
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Wrabbit2000 because: (no reason given)