posted on Jan, 1 2013 @ 11:55 PM
reply to post by FosterVS
Even the berm that we know is there doesn't look like much of a bern on Google Earth. The slope is so gradual you don't get much of a shadow.
Regarding the spot near Hangar 18, you can see some brush growing in what appears to be a detention basin, making it more likely it IS a basin. Berms
would block water flow, but they can have a berm on the edge if the basin is filled with a drain pipe.
There has to be a bible at Groom on how to hide all the paperwork for construction. For instance, they have to meet union payscale, even if the place
doesn't exist, so the union has to see the billing (in theory). The construction has to either show up on Nellis paperwork, or it goes in a black
budget. [I suspect if we got the detailed billing on all the paving done by Nellis recently, the material used might exceed the scope of the
Page 5 has some lumber store purchases for Groom Lake.
I have more pages of EG&G billing, but they are similarly lacking in any cool secrets, other than some hardware store clerk ended up selling items to
a top secret base.
Everything ordinary has to be a just a little bit extraordinary at a secret base.