Governors of five states are in a heated battle over a secret tech project known as "Operation Bluestar."
The stakes couldn't be higher for the states involved— the chance to disrupt $737 billion of the U.S. economy and impact 8 million jobs.
Forbes describes the end game of what's been put in motion as "world changing."
The top military think tank, the Rocky Mountain Institute, labeled its impact as the equivalent of "reinventing fire."
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Few Americans have any idea what Operation BlueStar is, or how it's about to transform this country. That's why 34-year Silicon Valley insider Michael Robinson performed his own investigation into it.
Robinson says there's an "economic war" brewing among the states trying to control Operation BlueStar, which could be the biggest development project of the decade.
He says California was the early front-runner to secure rights to the project, but that status has faded.
Texas Governor Rick Perry has viciously made his way to the forefront of the fight. He's even appeared on Fox News and other media outlets pitching his state's case.
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Besides California and Texas, three other states are fighting for control of Operation Bluestar. But, Robinson believes the base will encompass multiple states.
Robinson isn't the only one investigating Operation Bluestar.
Morgan Stanley released its own report on the project and determined that, "We are witnessing the most disruptive intersection of manufacturing, innovation, and capital experienced in more than a century."
Wired Magazine believes this will usher in a "truly transformative revolution."
But what Robinson has discovered that others haven't is unique evidence that points to the exact site that this secretive project, which is projected to be 1,000 acres and include a 10-million square foot facility, will be built.
Editor's Note: For full access to Robinson's research on Operation Bluestar, including a detailed map of America's most top-secret tech base, go here.