Underground warehouses take up the space of abandoned limestone mines in Indiana, Illinois, Missouri in the Midwest and Pennsylvania, New York, and Kentucky.
This warehousing below ground saves American businesses a lot of money every year and creates more jobs for truck drivers. In fact, those trucking jobs are increasing as fast as IT engineer & manager jobs and as fast as healthcare openings.
Mining operations can operate directly beside underground warehouses without encroaching on them, even their noise levels being contained by thick stone walls.
Look for businesses to increasingly move underground, because of drastically reduced energy costs and increasing spaces available.
Springfield Underground in Missouri is rumored to be an end-of-the-world survivalist bunker. It surely contains a lot of packaged and frozen food! Even food manufacturing happens in those limestone caves.
The Underground doubled in size around the time President Barack Obama took office: 2009 and thereafter. Currently, rumors circulate that the tunnels of the subterranean warehouse site connect to a mega-mansion in Missouri that may be planning for survivalist and governmental use after a nuclear holocaust.
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