posted on Jan, 28 2013 @ 08:08 PM
They may. I think we could easily cover all the typical ins and outs of fields with about 30 people a night, but even that is a stretch, you're right.
That would never be sustained for a whole month.
After driving the area, I got some ideas about how to cover all the obvious ins and outs, there aren't that many roads in the area so unless people
are going out with night vision, we're likely to spot a van pulling up. Many of the roads have high hedge lines that would be impossible to get
over/through. And we musn't forget that farmers ARE vigilant. They are also out looking to shoot people off their property, and they have a right to
do that, which is why we can cover all the legal road entrances etc quite easily, but yes, we'd never cover each field.
So as I mentioned, points A or B (or both) from that previous map would be perfectly fine to locate each night, requiring a minimum of 2 or 3 people
on each. In fact, depending on the interest, if it's so small, I think that would be the preferable route to take - JUST cover the Silbury Hill field
where it happens. And that's fine with me for year 1 of this investigation.
A point I didn't make is that of rotation, if there was a lot of interest, that people rotate around outposts over the course of each night. But that
would need some pretty heavy transportation. Ultimately, yes, the angle of the idea you're commenting on is probably way too over ambitious at this
stage, but I think it can be scaled up or down as necessary.
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