The ‘Nazca’ Lines Of Alaska

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posted on May, 12 2013 @ 05:03 PM
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Originally posted by Silcone Synapse
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They could be used as sattellite callibration maybe-They look similar to lines which criss cross part of the Nevada desert,which is also a military zone and I seem to remember reading on ATS that those were something to do with the tuning/callibaration of sattellites in space.

maybe it was for the black knight satellite ....hmmmm




posted on May, 12 2013 @ 05:08 PM
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Alaska has millions of trails like that, many of which are seasonally tended to. When the seasons change the vegetation can get out of hand and a lot of the surrounding landscape gets marshy from the melt. They're used by hunters/trappers, campers, hikers, kids, military, even animals.



posted on May, 12 2013 @ 08:49 PM
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Originally posted by OrionHunterX

Any guesses what these might be? An ELF grid for communications? Or the handiwork of some ancient civilization for purposes unknown?


Nope. We made them within the past 50 years.

No ELF grids, but powerlines, pipelines, and survey lines. They exist in many other places... you can drive right up to them and see that there's nothing particularly mysterious about them.



posted on May, 12 2013 @ 09:07 PM
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If its on the north slope, I would say they are the tracks of oil survey vehicles.



posted on May, 12 2013 @ 09:18 PM
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Anytime something like this comes up, always someone who says "aliens". Never taking in the fact that it could be manmade and that at some point human civilzation could have been more advanced than we are now until a cataclysm happened.

Bah whatever.
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posted on May, 12 2013 @ 09:59 PM
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A restricted military zone....????

What - like one with bases and roads and stuff.....ROADS and stuff !!!!!



Sheesh.



posted on May, 12 2013 @ 10:32 PM
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Great find! S&F for you!
OK, maybe I am way out in left field (I stay there a lot
) but in reading through the links you provided I noticed something.
I found the below quote from this link
Link Provided by OP



Several residents claim to hear the "Taos Hum": a low, grumbling noise on the threshold of audibility.


I know that there have been quite a few threads lately about different people in different areas hearing strange sounds. I wonder if they are somehow related? Just a thought...
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posted on May, 13 2013 @ 01:26 AM
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Originally posted by Martin75
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Great find! S&F for you!
OK, maybe I am way out in left field (I stay there a lot
) but in reading through the links you provided I noticed something.
I found the below quote from this link
Link Provided by OP



Several residents claim to hear the "Taos Hum": a low, grumbling noise on the threshold of audibility.


I know that there have been quite a few threads lately about different people in different areas hearing strange sounds. I wonder if they are somehow related? Just a thought...
edit on 5/12/1313 by Martin75 because: spelling


Don't think it's left field at all, possibly lines left from underground electrical currents on a wavelength we don't see nor understand, that increase power and leave tell tail marks, and are effected by the rotation of earth, magnetics, etc. I tend to think many of these phenomena are actually natural and appear more due to the disruptions in the environment, as well as meteors etc. I don't see elements and forces as inanimate objects, but living organisms in their own right, it's just we don't understand them as they are on way different dimension than we are,

Possibly...sounds Twighlight zoning but there it is...



posted on May, 13 2013 @ 02:58 AM
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Originally posted by lonewolf19792000
Anytime something like this comes up, always someone who says "aliens". Never taking in the fact that it could be manmade and that at some point human civilzation could have been more advanced than we are now until a cataclysm happened.

Whoever said they were made by aliens???
Now since you brought it up they probably were!!



posted on May, 13 2013 @ 03:44 AM
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I know what would make a straight line across terrain... A space based laser, which is and probably has been technologically possible for quite some time now



posted on May, 13 2013 @ 04:05 AM
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Originally posted by AFewGoodWomen

Exactly...my point.
Where are the people that constructed these things??? These things had to be a major effort..]


They would only be a major effort if you don't know how easily it can be done have a look here it's not rocket science and can be achieved with the simplest of tools!

The link below shows how to set out and measure over flat and rough terrain it's simple when you know how.

ftp.fao.org...

So the actual method of setting out a STRAIGHT line over even very rough terrain and for vast distances is not the hard part.



posted on May, 13 2013 @ 07:09 AM
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Originally posted by wmd_2008
They would only be a major effort if you don't know how easily it can be done have a look here it's not rocket science and can be achieved with the simplest of tools!

The link below shows how to set out and measure over flat and rough terrain it's simple when you know how.

ftp.fao.org...

So the actual method of setting out a STRAIGHT line over even very rough terrain and for vast distances is not the hard part.

I don't think I agree with you. The methodology described in the link you provided is of the garden hose variety. What you're seeing in that aerial image are dead straight 'lines' that are tens of miles long, some 100ft broad and over hills and valleys.

If you insist that these were made according to the method employed in your link, then how about these lines in Nazca?



You can't make these with ropes, chains, pacing with a passometer or pedometer and so on. That would have taken scores of years to make a 100 ft broad straight 'line' over undulating terrain tens of miles long! And then, for what purpose?


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kix

posted on May, 13 2013 @ 07:17 AM
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I am surprised not one has made the connection of these and the other 2 ats threads about a secret base in Alaska, and the other of a underground generator or something left by an ancient civilization. The parallels are I think more than coincidence.

One Story if I recall correctly even had a news report about it that could not be obtained from the TV news sattion in Alaska and then denied by the network..

Interesting, due to the fact of escort jet fighters...I did not know we were still at the cold war.



posted on May, 13 2013 @ 07:19 AM
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Originally posted by OrionHunterX

Originally posted by wmd_2008
They would only be a major effort if you don't know how easily it can be done have a look here it's not rocket science and can be achieved with the simplest of tools!

The link below shows how to set out and measure over flat and rough terrain it's simple when you know how.

ftp.fao.org...

So the actual method of setting out a STRAIGHT line over even very rough terrain and for vast distances is not the hard part.

I don't think I agree with you. The methodology described in the link you provided is of the garden hose variety. What you're seeing in that aerial image are dead straight 'lines' that are tens of miles long, some 100ft broad and over hills and valleys.

If you insist that these were made according to the method employed in your link, then how about these lines in Nazca?



You can't make these with ropes, chains, pacing with a passometer or pedometer and so on. That would have taken scores of years to make a 100 ft broad straight 'line' over undulating terrain tens of miles long! And then, for what purpose?


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Well here is another method of setting out lines

Setting out lines for Dummies

It's not DIFFICULT is it that's the point I am trying to make,how many people were used ,do you know how long it took to make the Nazca lines , do you know why they made then,the answer to those questions iS NO! any talk of navigational aid or landing strips for aliens gives me a right good
why, well if they did visit us I am fairly sure that after navigating from another system landing on Earth is not a challenge!!!



posted on May, 13 2013 @ 09:58 AM
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My first post ever after lurking for years.

I was a pilot, and you see these lines in the Canadian north. Cutlines. No great mystery, it's the result of seismic exploration, surveying, logging, various ways of exploring and exploiting the north. They're useful when you're flying at low altitudes, you want to know where the nearest one is in the case of engine loss. Easier to put the plane down in a cut line than in the forest. This would definitely apply to the alaska lines mentioned, though I can't speak to Peru or other areas.

Check out this link. www.avcanada.ca...



posted on May, 13 2013 @ 10:09 AM
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pretty interesting, hopefully we can figure out what these are used for in the next couple years



posted on May, 13 2013 @ 10:28 AM
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Why do we argue over the 'meaning' of the lines on the Nazca plain? Whether an alien intelligence, the finger of 'god(s)', or the will of a charismatic ancient religio-political figure, there's no way to bridge the gap between the modern thought process and the possible thought patterns of possible entities from aeons ago.

( steps off of soapbox )

On Subject: I have to agree with most of the replies iv'e seen. Even here in FL, a quick flyover of anywhere reveals long-disused utility access roads, entire housing development grids from the 50's that were never developed, and land parcel demarcation lines artificially created by the periodic clearing of the various parcel's yard waste to the outer edges, or repeated harvesting in a giant square, creating ditches where there were none, etc...

Excellent thread, tho!
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posted on May, 13 2013 @ 10:49 AM
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Now we're outsourcing work to aliens? I thought they wanted us to be they're slave labor! I think they are probably access roads to explore for oil or minerals,maybe cut so straight as to define the parcels to be leased out



posted on May, 13 2013 @ 11:01 AM
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Thank you.



posted on May, 13 2013 @ 11:43 AM
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In case you guys didn't notice this. Here's a comment from the website linked.




I am commenting on the mysterious lines. First, the ELF is not only used by the military, I am in the mineral exploration business, and we use the same frequency in a survey called VLF, or Very Low Frequency. It uses the ELF/VLF station in Wash. The lines are all over northern North America, from Alaska, the Yukon, Nwt, Nunavut, to Quebec. They are cut lines for geophsical surveys, or for oil/gas exploration. The thin ones are cut using chainsaws, and form a grid pattern, to get a balanced section of land. IP (induced polarization) is one of the surves used on the cut lines, where they lay a few km of wire on the ground, pump electricity into the bedrock and test for ore bodies. When they find an interesting target, they may cut more lines at different angles. The wide lines are often done by bulldozer, and with the help of line cutters (guys with chainsaws). But I am still wondering about that blacked out area on the AK/YT border. It's a no fly zone: we were crossing it with helicopter and were told to go around. Weird... Cheers, Mike


I'm off to check the area out in Google-Earth.




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