posted on May, 6 2013 @ 12:21 AM
Regarding this panel, you need to think of the location in respect to the function. For instance, they wouldn't put a fuel tank here for use for any
vehicle. The base has plenty of real estate to put up a fuel station. Regarding radar, they do have a hill to mount the hardware. If they wanted to
put a generator near the border, it could go much further back so nobody would notice.
Then there is the camo dude security zone. Once you get to the Cedar Pipeline ranch, you are in the dude free zone. Security will talk to you. But
people have jumped the fence here. There were some hunters that trespassed to follow their game. Oh, and bringing a gun onto a military reservation is
apparently pretty serious.
So the dude zone is roughly a bit north of Baldie to the south-most border point in the TIkaboo valley. But you don't see any security at Desert
Lake. And Jerry Freeman, if you believed his story, sneaked into the base from the DOE side. The point here is why bother placing security at Bald
Mountain at all.
Now Groom Lake tries to minimize the amount of infrastructure visible to the public. If they could see through rock, I presume the cameras would be
hidden. The dudes are visible, but they are a deterrent in theory. Of course, they attract attention too.
They could have the mother of all fences. Yes, the story goes that the area is open range. But the DOE and the TTR aren't open range. I'm sure if
Groom Lake wanted to be a cow free zone, it wouldn't be an issue.
So with this mindset, why is the panel located in that particular location?