LA to NY in 30 Minutes: 10,000 MPH Tunnel Train Used for Underground Bases?

Bullet TrainVia the Intel Hub:

The Vary High Speed Transit System (VHST) was a Rand Corporation concept that was presented to the military industrial complex in the 1970′s.

The concept was way ahead of it’s time, exactly what the secret sinister government needed to connect their vast expansions of underground bases throughout the United States and in various regions worldwide.

This could offer an explanation for some of the recent strange sounds and booms across the country. The late (and presumably murdered) Phil Schneider spoke about what he called an Electro Magneto Leviton Train System that traveled at speeds in excess of Mach 2.

The VHST and its proposed routes, (vast advanced tunnel systems) at the time of it’s conception in the early 1970′s, fit and follow other underground base researchers findings as well as some of my own. An interesting aspect within the Rand Corp. document is the fact that the tunnels are way to expansive to pump all of the air out at once to create the frictionless environment needed travel at speeds in excess of 10,000+ MPH.

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11 Comments on "LA to NY in 30 Minutes: 10,000 MPH Tunnel Train Used for Underground Bases?"

  1. martinfromcanada | Apr 18, 2012 at 3:28 am |

    I call bullshit on this 

  2. I could this being built in china or japan but in the US never since they never want to spend money and not to mention the corruption .

  3. What bums me out about cool, fun, and interesting articles such as this one is the idiotic typos all through it that make you wonder about the writer. Not that I believe this info presented, but it is fun to ponder.   Why can’t people who write use the appropriate versions of “to/too” “your/you’re”, etc.  Just makes the writer seem like they are not able to do exactly what they are presenting themselves as – namely, writers who write.

    • There are writers, and there are editor,and proof writers. Also the’re grammar Nazis like you, who only have opinions is on easy to learn, boring grammar. You missed a comma in you comment.

      •  Did you intentionally misuse commas here and write in a stilted, almost retarded manner?

      • Bunglesamoron | Apr 19, 2012 at 3:17 pm |

         I really hope that your misuse of proper grammar while correcting someone else for the same is meant to be ironic. I agree it’s difficult to fluidly read something that has repeated typos.

  4. its, not it’s

  5. True info, horrible delivery. 

  6. Doesn’t this train appear in the song I.G.Y. by Donald Fagen?

    On that train all graphite and glitter

    Undersea by rail

    Ninety minutes from new york to paris

    Well by seventy-six we’ll be a.o.k.

  7. “…the tunnels are way to expansive to pump all of the air
    out at once to create the frictionless environment…”


    This simple solution would be to setup parallel air tunnels
    with air locks that would move the air from in front of the train to behind it…done!
    Im sure this was thought of and implemented


    These underground bases exist… Just google images and put in
    “tunnel boaring machines”… there are thousands of these … what do you think
    that have been up to over the last 25 years… its more than just water and
    highway projects…


    Food for thought..

    NORAD was moved from Cheyenne Mountain back in 2006 to an
    above ground non nuclear hardened military base….ok … where would you move such
    a critical center that would be an improvement?!?!?!? Hmmmm… not where they


    Mount weather was out’ed in December 1, 1974, because better
    facilities were build  



    What better place to hide all the black projects without
    congressional or public scrutiny…

  8. must be the Coors SILVER BULLET!

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