there's also a test site almost straight east of there in North Western New Mexico. just accross the state line in New Mexico. I've seen both sites on google earth, very impressive not that I'd ever want to go there in person! I wasn't aware that there was a reference to one in Maine though. I'll have to do some looking for that one..Originally posted by snowgo666
Follow Groom Lake Road from Area 51 west south west and you'll come to the Nevada Test Site. You know what all those weird looking potholes potmarks and craters are on the ground surface? They were not made by alien landing craft. Can you say megaton.[xx(]
FYI there is another Area 51 up in the deep dark snowy woods of Maine. Lots of sledders go there but few come out. All other sled boards and the gub'mint denies that it exists[?]
Nope. But if you go NE of a place called Bingham, you'll find 3 huge swaths of cleared timber land. These are the former OTH B (Over the Horizon Backscatter Radar) system that the US used to peer at the aerial activity in the eastern block countries of the former Soviet Union. Receive sites were in Cherryfield Maine also visble in Goggle earth. The technology really pissed off the Russians. The OTH B was the largest microwave oven ever constructed. While we were working up there one winter we had some surveyors in a helo fly in front of the tower and ground screen aray while it was operational. Guys from GE Guaranteed them they were sterile for at least the next month. That's called smok'in the Kohonas!Originally posted by codyc123
[br]is the one in maine on google earth?
You can't really be that dull can you?Originally posted by extremesummerfilms
[br]So. Just, please, tell me, are you serious? What are the conditions now.