posted on Feb, 13 2013 @ 03:26 AM
Here is a Live Science article entitled:
Mysterious Chinese Buildings Explained
This has probably been covered before. I find it odd though the article pops up claiming to explain anything about these structures out in the middle
of the desert when they have made no attempt to even dig for rough information to explain them.
Here is the text of the article:
In 2011, an ex-CIA analyst discovered mysterious structures in the deserts near Kashgar, Western China. The structures included some large
buildings as well as a big, U-shaped complex
Though they are in the desert, they are near rail lines and the airport.
secretCredit: Google MapsBut though the exact purpose is unclear, the sites are probably commercial or industrial locations experts say.
structures aren't far from Kashgar, one of the main cities in the Xinjiang province of China.
In general, the region of Kashgar has been
singled out by the Chinese government as a special economic zone that should undergo major development over the next several years
So what is it? An explanation that isn't an explanation at all. Did the CIA let the cat out of the bag on something they shouldn't have, or does a
LiveScience blogger have too much time on their hands with not enough time to actually investigate something?
edit on 13-2-2013 by boncho because: (no reason given)