Welcome to the vortex at DIA

In 2003, NASA constructed a sophisticated microphone array on the grounds of Denver International Airport to gather data on how wake vortex effects planes landing at the airport, according to this federal document.

“Two Doppler LIDARS (Light Detection and Ranging) were deployed as the ground truth wake track sensors at DIA. A CTI pulsed LIDAR as well as the MIT Lincoln Laboratory Continuous Wave LIDAR [which] emits a continuous beam of 10.6 micron wavelength…The array consisted of 252 Panasonic electret microphones installed in custom printed circuit boards which were, in turn, mounted in plastic ground plates.”

See photos of what they found below.

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So what does a former pro-wrestler-turned-Hollywood-actor-turned-politician do now that he is no longer governor of Minnesota? Host a new show on cable where he investigates the world’s most controversial conspiracy theories, of course.

Though the first few episodes of Conspiracy Theory have focused on standbys like the 9-11 conspiracy, Ventura tells Denver’s 9News that Denver International Airport is at the top of his to-do list.

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Noctilucent cloud, meteor vapor trail or nuclear explosion aftermath?

Sorcha Faal over at WhatDoesItMean.com says so.

According to an article she posted in November, “yet unidentified aircraft” fired a “1 Kiloton nuclear armed cruise missile” at Denver International Airport was subsequently shot down by the U.S. Airforce. The airborne explosion was apparently reported by witnesses in Colorado, Utah, Nevada and California, an event that “Western propaganda” claimed was actually caused by meteorites. Reports by Russian Space Forces give the true story, Faal says, and links to a photograph taken by a skywatcher in Grand Junction, CO, as further proof.

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The blog Pakalert Press compiled a list of “known or suspected U.S. Underground Bases.”

Click below to read what they said about DIA.
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This is interesting…

A 19-year-old AWOL soldier escaped from federal custody while being transported through DIA in October. Somehow Private Terrance Hilton, part of the 1st Special Troops Battalion, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division based at Fort Carson, broke free from his handcuffs on Concourse B and managed to elude military captors and security, essentially disappearing from the airport.

According to FOX31, an active search for Hilton was called off after about an hour.