Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Have the Chinese Discovered Alien Bases or are They Building Their Own Area 51

Tim Ripley, an expert from Jane's Defence Weekly, compared the structures to grids in Area 51, the United States' military test base in Nevada.

There is no doubt that China is up to something in the Gobi Desert. Many sources say that they have located ancient alien bases in caves and close to newly discovered pyramids.  Others say that they are constructing a facsimile of Area 51, while some think it is a new test site for missiles and secret spy planes. All this speculation could easily be misinformation that is intentionally put into the public domain to keep the truth hidden.

Vast, unidentified structures have been spotted by satellites in the Gobi desert, raising questions about what China might be building in a region it uses for its military, space and nuclear programs.

Two images, available on the Google Earth Internet service, have prompted speculation.

One shows reflective rectangles up to a mile long, and the other a tangle of bright white intersecting lines, visible from space.

Other pictures show enormous concentric circles, with three jets parked at their centre.

In one picture, taken in 2007, a mass of orange blocks have been carefully arranged in a circle. In a more recent image, the blocks, each the size of a shipping container, appear to have been scattered as far as three miles from the site.

A further image reveals an array of metallic squares littered with what appears to be the debris of exploded vehicles, while another shows an intricate grid that is some 18 miles long.

Alien Bases Allegedly found near Chinese Pyramid
All of the sites are on the borders of Gansu province and Xinjiang, in north-west China. Some are less than 100 miles from Jiuquan, the headquarters of China's space program and the location of its launch pads.

The two reflective rectangles lie 70 miles from the nearest main road and there is no sign of any surrounding activity. Ding Xin military airbase, where China carries out its secret aircraft testing program, is relatively nearby, at a distance of some 400 miles.

Lop Nur, the salt lakes where China tested 45 nuclear bombs between 1967 and 1995, is about 400 miles away. Some experts have suggested the structures might be optical test ranges for missiles, to simulate the street grids of cities.

 Tim Ripley, an expert from Jane's Defence Weekly, compared the structures to grids in Area 51, the United States' military test base in Nevada.

Flat top on Pyramids for landing purposes

"The picture of the circle looks very like a missile test range, with target and instrumentation set out to record weapon effects. The Americans have lots of these in Nevada - Area 51," he said.

Conspiracy theorists believe Area 51 is home to the remains of an alien craft found at Roswell, New Mexico. The pictures from China provoked similar claims. "It looks like our own Area 51," said one commenter on Baidu, a Chinese website. "Can it be an alien base?" asked another.

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