It couldn’t be a secret

By Stephen. March 16th, 2010

Whatever that dish is, it can’t be a secret.  Not in these days of Google Earth.

I can easily imagine immortal people creating secret places to hide.  It would only make sense for them to do so.  Otherwise, they’d have to change identities every fifteen years or so, and, as Glenn points out, that must have become progressively more difficult in recent times. I can even imagine that they live in subterranean tunnels, providing (perhaps) a rational origin for cult theories about underground Illuminati. And, certainly, hiding in a less-traveled area like rural Oklahoma would only make sense. But they wouldn’t signal their secret locations by placing giant domes on top. — Stephen


  1. Noneness says:

    There’s nothing hooked up to it atm. Project stopped that never worked.

  2. You are right on the 15 says:

    You are so right. My fifteen years is up in NYC and I am moving off to Dubai just to shake off the connections and set up a new ID. It really isn’t that hard if you are calm and careful. There are so many good lives to live in many places.

  3. I need to talk to you please if you could spare the time this is not trap or I am not connected with anyone just need some answers

  4. greg crawford says:

    this is my correct email adddress have few questions not trapn any way

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