Re: Is This Concept Art Of A Mysterious Space Launch Mothership A Missing Link In Area 51's Past?

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Message posted by Scott Cook on February 01, 2019 at 10:42:48 PST:

Just a side note that may be of interest. Here in Washington I live in and am a firefighter for an area known as Quincy. We have many data centers due to cheap power and heavy fiber line cutting through the area. One of the data centers (I cant remember the name of it) has a data storage section for Boeing. Their portion is separated from the rest of the other storage areas. Even has its own security people. Who is allowed to enter that area is very limited. One of the people allowed in there is our fire marshal. He stated one time when he had to do an inspection of the area they at first wouldn't allow him in, but was instructed that they couldn't prevent him from entering as he had already been cleared to do so. He stated that the room was rather large, as most rooms at a data center are large, he said that one of the traditions of Boeing buildings was they hung historic pictures on the walls as art. Our fire marshal said that some of the pictures in the data storage area were pictures of plains that he had never seen before. One of the security guards mentioned to him to not take notice of the pictures. Another interesting note, a friends company bought a building from Boeing in the Renton area, hanging on the walls were pictures of Boeings projects for the Moon landings. The one that hung in his office was a picture of the moon rover that traveled only 20 feet while on the moon. The mission, jokingly, was to see if they could repair it while on the moon surface, they could not. The tires were flat. Rumor is that someone wanted to save weight so they let the air out of the tires. Boeing engineers hard at work.

In Reply to: Re: Is This Concept Art Of A Mysterious Space Launch Mothership A Missing Link In Area 51's Past? posted by jklier on January 26, 2019 at 17:40:25 PST:


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