posted on Mar, 12 2013 @ 10:40 AM
reply to post by werewolf99
trying to break down something unknown only creates more unknowns.
say I have a building and this building is supposed to be a warehouse, but it is used by spies: it will leave loose ends. It will not be able to
function as both effectively so there will be a trade off. There will be too many people with briefcases goin in and out, not enough deliveries.
Sure, the spy agency would have be quite ignorant of how the world works to do such.
Maybe one or two employees might be spies placed in positions in this warehouse but not everyone because there would be much suspicion as you say.
1. People moving to places where there is apparently no place to go. 2. Things being moved when there was apparently no place to it have came from, or
go to. 3. Being herded around places. Naturally walking around places becuase of signs, or hills etc...
The first two points just show that assumptions should never be taken seriously or acted upon in a serious manner. I mean if there apparently is no
place to go or apparently no place to come from then it shows that your knowledge of these things is lacking because apparently there is if this is
Lastly I am not sure what you mean by your 3rd point, could you maybe explain a bit further and maybe give examples of all three points, because my
interpretation of what your trying to say might be wrong