posted on Nov, 22 2012 @ 01:59 AM
I think this idea is neither hard to do, nor hard to keep from anyone. Borrowing your idea, lots of mining operations just pull material out of the
ground, and processed else where. The majority of which pretty much looks like rock anyways. You could tell guys you're looking for "Insert blank"
Those with mining experience would assume we haven't found it yet, those with out wouldn't know if they were digging rock or Ore anyhow. Tons of
material moves out, no questions asked.
After you get your Hole, tunnels, yadda yadda, you bring in a new crew with the intent of making Storage facilities for military weapons, nuclear or
other hazardous wastes, a dump blah blah blah. Not to many people question things if they are getting paid and they don't seem like much.
Until you start getting to the " Finishing stages " Few people question the boss. IT only get's hard to keep it quiet when a tunnel that's got
walls is being fitted with plumbing, water, electricity and MASSIVE Blast doors. Until that point it's just a hole or tunnel. Hell, you can tell
everyone who works on the project it's a mining facility. The explanation Stays the same.
The reason I think it wouldn't be hard to do any of this, is for the most part when we're driving down the street and see construction vehicles, we
don't usually think much of it. Unless it's affecting traffic it's just random back ground imagery. I suppose once the structure starts, and nears
completion we go " I wonder what they are building there, " but do we dig into every piece of information we can find about a construction site?
I think it would be even easier if the location of construction is off the beaten track. I always think " Man's that's a great place to hide a
under ground bunker, when ever I see Big Green house buildings, Farms, water treatment facilities( The types with large silo looking structures. HUGE
Cylindrical buildings only a couple stories high but Several hundred feet in diameter. There could be ENORMOUS construction going on inside the
building and you would never know, and NEVER question it.
Similar reason I think Farms, Greenhouse areas would be easy too. From the road a green house doesn't look like much. You can't really tell what's
inside, and really most of us don't care. There could be anything going on inside, and dirt, piping and vehicles don't surprise us near these
places, they grow food. All of the Above doesn't even begin to look out of the norm. Farm land is even better. Given some farms are freaking huge,
with very little access to the property. There could be government crops on the outskirts near the road. Say Corn. Regular everyday site for a good
lot of us. Yet in the middle of Hectares of land they are digging out an area to build a bunker.
I'm always bothered when people assume All of these Secret bunkers are enormous. I mean some of them very well could be, but i think it would be less
likely for really massive underground structures to be built today with out some sort of cover. It would take too long, and with everyone and their
dogs owning cameraphones it's hard to get away from the public view. We put # that's completely ordinary online and claim it's extraordinary all
I do think how ever the OP is spot on with the assessment Mines would be the easiest place to construct such a place. You wouldn't even question it
if you worked there. Those in the know would know what, why and how they are doing things. The employee just operates the machinery and moves along.
He may say he works out in a mine in " Such a such" but it's not like too many mines last forever, or even take off. Some mines have been open for
many many years, others start digging and find out the material is no good, too risky or expensive to extract or aren't capable of producing enough
profit and are left as they are. I think this would be the simplest form of cover. Miners dig holes, don't ask questions.
So.... OP.... I was kind of wondering... Maybe we could go dig a tunnel sometime ha ha