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ive done quite a bit of research over the years on the [Denver International Airport], and my conclusion is that its haven for the wealthy and elite, if or when there any kind of disaster, WW3, 2012, solar flares etc.

The roof is very interesting, radar proof, but i also believe that its there to protect the structure against solar flares....

In Venturas documentary, they go to the outskirts of the airport, and discover that they are still building as of now. And its quite obvious whatever they are building, is underground.

They probably have underground tunnels connecting various place of the U.S. And Denver is right at the heart of America.

Denver is going to be the new capital of America at some point in the future.

takman, Survivalist Boards 19 Comments [3/2/2012 4:51:46 AM]
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Bollox

You'd think a survivalist would approve of that kind of thing.

3/2/2012 5:20:11 AM



*snork*

3/2/2012 6:17:02 AM

Brendan Rizzo

Who. Fucking. CARES?!

3/2/2012 7:18:51 AM

Doubting Thomas

Why would a bunch of rich and powerful people seek haven in an airport? I'd think a bunker built inside a mountain would be much, better, a la NORAD.

3/2/2012 7:52:12 AM

Like-Minded Madman

Construction is taking place at Denver Intl. Airport.

Therefore, Conspiracy.

THE LOGIC HURTS MY BRAIN.

3/2/2012 9:03:47 AM



"The roof is very interesting, radar proof"

I'm no building engineer, but I'm going to go out on a limb and suggest that most structures made of concrete and metal are radar-opaque.

3/2/2012 9:18:12 AM

Flah

Denver? Wait, does that mean that the Psychlos are going to attack any moment?

3/2/2012 9:40:52 AM



There is nothing going on in Denver.

Now shut up or my Illuminati friends will brainwash you.

3/2/2012 10:43:43 AM

Anon

>>The roof is very interesting, radar proof, but i also believe that its there to protect the structure against solar flares.... <<

The only think interesting about that roof is the sound inside the terminal during a rainstorm (I once spent two hours there waiting for the weather cleared enough for my flight to take off).

All metal is opaque to radar.

3/2/2012 11:39:21 AM

Pule Thamex

Very interesting takman, although I think you'll find that 2012 will very shortly not be considered as a cause for disaster, instead it will be superseded by 20anumbergreaterthantwelve, I'm guessing 13. Of course this could be before Denver assumes its new status.

3/2/2012 12:14:25 PM

Percy Q. Shunn

Is this some kind of Scientology horseshit?

3/2/2012 12:31:52 PM

Zagen30

They're doing construction at John Wayne airport in Santa Ana, too. That means it'll be the haven for all the Orange County rich and powerful.

Anyone know if all the Hollywood celebs will be heading to LAX?

3/2/2012 1:03:22 PM

aaa

3-A to HQ, Operation Red Eccentric Device is distracting them as planned; need more funding for crazy-ass statue. Over and out.

3/2/2012 5:30:05 PM

dfmfundies

@ Doubting Thomas:

I'd think a bunker built inside a mountain would be much, better, a la NORAD.

As an aside, Cheyenne Mountain likely would not survive a direct hit by a nuke.

3/3/2012 2:35:48 PM

MuffinOfFun

"In Venturas documentary..." Stop.

3/4/2012 2:39:08 AM

Reynardine

My clearest impression of the Denver International Airport is that it looks like a brassiere made for Romulus and Remus's wolf.

3/4/2012 6:51:41 AM

Table Rock

Radar proof? Even if it were true, how could that help hide a building that size that radiates heat, shows up on satellite, has millions of people moving in and around it, all kinds of transmissions that can be tracked. Let's not forget that IT CAN'T MOVE AND WE KNOW IT'S THERE. I don't think "radar proofing" is going to add to its stealth capability. Might as well make it "SONAR proof" and also "psychic proof" too while you are at it.

3/5/2012 6:12:09 AM

Table Rock

Radar proof? Even if it were true, how could that help hide a building that size that radiates heat, shows up on satellite, has millions of people moving in and around it, all kinds of transmissions that can be tracked. Let's not forget that IT CAN'T MOVE AND WE KNOW IT'S THERE. I don't think "radar proofing" is going to add to its stealth capability. Might as well make it "SONAR proof" and also "psychic proof" too while you are at it.

3/5/2012 6:33:11 AM

shadkat

As a Coloradoan, I always thought DIA looked like a terrible place to be if some real serious shiz went down, if only because it looks flimsy. I mean, hell, it can't even keep birds out.

Though I did have a teacher who once had a discussion with us that Denver wouldn't be a bad capital city if something happened to DC. Oh God, what if this is him?! LOL.

3/10/2012 1:50:12 PM
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