Hay Sheds | Moses Lake, WA | March 2020
Growers here export thousands of tons of hay to Asian beef producers. Shiploads of what’s essentially tall grass link local farmers to those expensive steaks favored by Tokyo execs. (My total knowledge of global economics is now exhausted.) Ag experts would say the hay bales are storage/transport devices for solar energy. How else to get good ol’ Columbia Basin sunshine into trans-Pacific livestock? Some of us tinfoil-hat wearers see these giant hay sheds as the perfect disguise for inter-dimensional portals. I mean, don’t they look like wormholes? The export company would deny it all, of course. But that’s what a Gateway Sentry to parallel worlds would do.