Strange Domes to Line the Texas Coast in Preparation for Something to Come

Tuesday, October 16, 2012
By Paul Martin

FEMA Funding Impenetrable Dome Structures Around Houston

By Shepard Ambellas
theintelhub.com
October 15, 2012

HOUSTON — Disaster-proof domes that can sustain winds in excess of 250 mph will cost taxpayers more than $50 a foot.

FEMA has now offered to pick up the tab of at least $50 million dollars, to install disaster shelters in and around Houston that, according to the manufacturer, (ABC Domes based out of Sealy – Division of Golden Sands General Contracting out of Miami) are “almost impenetrable”.
The company has been building these type of shelters for decades.

The government has also offered to cover 75% of the cost on structures over 20,00 square feet in size. A facility of this size would cost around $1 million.

What is interesting is how recent reports vary in nature. Some say that the domes are to protect citizens from hurricanes while others say that FEMA equipment will be held in the domes.
If it is true that FEMA will store equipment in the domes, why now?

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