Foundation Headquarters - Central Division 

Best regards to Frank Lloyd Wright and Buckminster Fuller...  

Many people ask, "Why West Texas?" Well, first we begin with  the socio-political analysis. The United States has the least  influential government of the global industrial nations. The U.  S. Federal government does not have supreme power to monitor  actions of its States. It is granted the simple task of  defending the continent against destructive invasion and  coordination of human/health related services; it also happens to  print the money and control the national fiduciary obligations.  The Constitution grants particular legislative amnesty towards  the States, which by majority agreement, created the Federal  government. The practical applications of this sovereignty are  most typically used in State-commercial transactions, wherein it  stands to benefit the State to grant antitrust immunity to its  vendors which in turn provide better prices and service, mostly  along the lines of consistency, not effectiveness. An extension  of this State sovereignty is directly tied with the arrangement  by which the Foundation can operate as a federal tax-free  institution.  

Aside from the fact that the Foundation does not need the  above services of defense against national intrusion (we have  better weapons than the Defense Department) nor the human/health  programs (our members are independently wealthy upon acceptance),  the State of Texas (which overtly opposes Federal power) has  granted the Foundation immunity from federal intervention, on the  condition that the Foundation agrees to pay all State-required  taxes (a minimal amount) and further agrees to act in the behalf  of the State of Texas (and by pre-existing duty to the United  States of America) in time of war or other aggressive climate.  At the Federal level, we also have our own constituency of  representatives who look out for the Foundation's best interests.  

In relation to the real estate aspects of Foundation  operations, there is a further requirement to own all territory  from the center of the Earth to the upper atmosphere above  represented by a conic-section of all definable space to be  controlled by the Foundation. This is because the Foundation's  technology development procedures sometimes require the use and  application of all available territory for testing and  evaluation.  

The headquarters at Foundation - Central Division occupies  10000 square acres of land in an undeveloped region of Texas.  The land is enveloped by a perimeter nucleostatic field which  repels all forms of toxic radiation and targeted matter. Within  the field, the area is monitored by defensive neodynum laser  turrets only used against unauthorized intrusions (vaporization  is standard). At the center of the concrete-surfaced area are  the exposed top levels of the building which houses the  Foundation Central Division. Forty-two of the building's  forty-five floors are underground. A geodesic wall-structure is  used to withstand the great pressures found at the lower levels.  The building is designed as a closed-system with complete  environmental support systems and a super-structure impervious to  radiation.  

Unique to the construction of the building itself is the fact  that the underground complex was built from the top down.  Neodynum lasers exhibit the useful trait of vaporizing matter  when tuned to the molecular resonant frequency of the target  material. Thus as construction of each successive lower level  was commenced, the earthen material was eliminated without an  additional landfill and allowed the unitized construction of each  level to be completed individually. Additional substrata modules  may be added as needed by the same technique.  

At ground level are the general administrative offices and  Conglomerate Division operation centers. These are the lowest  security levels and are expendable in time of surface devastation  or aversive climate. The top floor is a combined public  communications center and aviation control tower. The outer  offices overlook the paved surfaces and aerospace design lift  area which brings projects for testing up from their secured  storage below the surface. The floor partition at ground level  serves as a bulkhead for closed-system operations; this barrier  completely cuts off the lower floors from surface conditions and  seals the cylindrical substructure from the external environment.  The entrance to the complex is held secure by bio-scan access  controls which read off an individual's (up to 10 bodies at once)  energy patterns. Unauthorized entrants are warned of possible  vaporization.  

Access to the rest of the building system is through a series  of IPG turbolifts with integral bio-scan equipment which will  limit access according to current levels of authorization of the  passenger. The next five floors are designed as biomedical  facilities and research centers. Each level is tied in with the  M-1000 system and communications center for interface with the  external environment. The lower the floor in the building, the  higher the security level and more closed-system adaptable the  level becomes. At the bottom floor resides the M-1000 fluidic  memory banks and plasma storage cells. This level is  self-powered by integral IPG units built expressly for  computational system power. M-1000 power comes from an  individually dedicated 25 Megawatt IPG which is used for all  major system components. Peripheral devices are line-powered by  equally dedicated IPG units.  

In the development of closed-system technology, much has been  adapted towards the self-sufficiency of the Foundation complex.  Some energy is derived from geo-thermal taps on the lower levels  which is conventionally converted into electric power. The tap  system is passive and provides free heat to the entire system.  Air content is filtered and renovated through an environmental  control system which selectively breaks down monoxides and toxic  waste gases into their mononucleic components. Waste management  is accomplished via molecular synthesizers which reorganize the  structure of carbon-based material into either useable basic  elements for recycling or byproduct fluid and gas combinations.  A certain (classified) portion of the system has been dedicated  to Excaliba development and is directly adjacent to the equipment  lifts to the paved quadrant. Other similar areas are oriented  towards MET development and transport technology.