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Google Secret Floating Command Center Off The Coast of California


San Francisco’s local KPIX 5 has recently reported that a four-story stack of shipping containers on a barge has been spotted off the coast. It is out in the open for all to see, but its purpose has been closely guarded. Virtually no one wants to talk about the barge and what it is there for. The harbor office at Clipper Cove and the Treasure Island Development Authority as well as the U.S. Coast Guard have all declined to comment on its purpose or who owns it.

“I don’t know anything about it, honestly I don’t. It’s a complete mystery to me,” someone answering on the intercom at the Clipper Cove said.
The most prominent theory about the barge is that it is an isolated Google development command data center.

Google is actually building a floating marketing center, that much has been confirmed by KPIX and others. But this center will focus on the Google Glass. Little more is known about it, including it’s location… aside from the fact that it is said to be just off somewhere on the West Coast.

To lend to the theory that this is in fact what has been spotted, Google refused to respond to requests for comment. 

But the building on the barge has abruptly come to a stop this week. An insider source confirmed that this was indeed Google. The source, working for the San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission explains that, “Google has spent millions on this. But they can’t park this barge on the waterfront without a permit, and they don’t have one.”

Larry Goldzband, the executive director of the Bay Conservation and Development Commission said Google is free to build off the coast if they like, but they will need to define the purpose of the structure, something which they have thus far refused to do about this floating center.

Still, Goldzband continues, “The law is crystal clear in this case: The Bay is not to be used for something that can be built on land,” so that purpose will have to justify why it could not be built on land.

An expert on such building projects said “it’s not at all certain that BCDC approves the Google structure. They may end up with egg on their face and a lot of money lost in the drink.”

(Article by James Achisa)

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