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Take a peak at what lies in Area 51

Posted on Sunday, 5 June, 2011 | Comment icon 19 comments | News tip by: Persia

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For years its been the most famous "secret" base in the world, but just how secret is it nowadays ?

While the military have never been quick to even acknowledge that the base exists there can be little doubt that it does. National Geographic have recently published declassified photographs taken in 1963 and anyone can now look up Groom Lake on Google Earth and take a look at the area from above.

"A supersecret military base on the southern shore of Nevada’s Groom Lake has been the object of speculation over UFOs, and aliens for decades."

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Comment icon #10 Posted by citoyendumonde on 7 June, 2011, 16:05
Maybe what he is trying to say is: US is an imperialistic country with demesurate military power compare to the rest of the world(budget of US military = budget of the 20 next countries on the list- Russia,China-France-England.........etc). But Rome, Spain, France or England for exemple have done the same and that's why they were dominating the world at their time (imposing their ideologies too), nothing new under the sun. Where i am a little bit disapointed ......human being is not going to change anytime soon.
Comment icon #11 Posted by NavyDoc on 7 June, 2011, 18:07
LOL. The US military does nothing without being told to do so by the civilian command, so no, the US Military is not sticking it noses in everywhere. I would agree that the US should not be the world's policemen, but everytime there is a crisis, Europe (with the exception of the UK) pleades for the US to do the work and sacrifice life and money to clean up messes that Europe should be doing (RE: the Balkans). Which part of Europe are you from? The part whose asses the US saved or the part whose asses the US kicked?
Comment icon #12 Posted by citoyendumonde on 7 June, 2011, 18:46
Come on, Give me one conflict where the US entered without having any interest!! as i said before everybody do that but no hypocrisy please. for exemple why do you think that France helped the States to become a free country.....just by interest too (they did not want to see the archifoe Britton expanding their empire and power)and the US did the same in WW2 when the Nazi became a threat to their sphere of influence....before that, they did not really care about Europe being invaded by A H.......the world politics is an ugly thing. There is no place for sentimentalism we know that bu... [More]
Comment icon #13 Posted by Jakee. on 17 June, 2011, 14:17
NavyDoc, the user do get their noses into everything. The only reason they went into Iraq was to get the oil, same for the UK. There was no "Weapons of Mass Destruction", it is all a lie for the oil. Kill the dictator to get the oil. The US blew up the twin towers to cover something up.
Comment icon #14 Posted by Archimedes on 17 June, 2011, 18:26
I have a pet theory (mere speculation really) that the UFO stories surrounding Groom Lake were put around by or are actively encouraged by the US military to deflect from what they're really up to (testing the likes of the latest Skunk Works toys). They'd much rather have been speculating wildly about UFOs and greys than investigating their real activities.
Comment icon #15 Posted by Old Hippie Blogger on 18 June, 2011, 14:02
You are not alone in this thinking. Many have speculated about "Govt. Misinformation" and Groom lake. And the fact that the military tests new planes there is no real secret. But I seriously believe that there is more to Groom Lake than testing of new planes, but won't go so far as to say they have an "Alien" craft junk yard there. I worked in Las Vegas for a long time, and I have seen the transports that take people from there to ??? every day and then return. I believe that Govt. testing is part of that facility that goes beyond the testing of new planes, but so wha... [More]
Comment icon #16 Posted by Robbo on 18 June, 2011, 16:20
I believe that it is us who are responsible for the majority of this so-called 'disinformation'. Speculation about the unknown soon turns to conspiracy and before long you have all sorts of hacks dreaming up their own 'theories'. Most conspiracies arise because the truth is more mundane. You're not allowed in A51 because its top secret, they test experimental new aircraft - its location suggests that it is for public safety in case one of them crashes. The infamy of A51 should be starring you in the face, they wouldn't test anything that allegedly is alien in origin wit... [More]
Comment icon #17 Posted by Cherry- on 19 June, 2011, 15:33
Comment icon #18 Posted by Old Hippie Blogger on 19 June, 2011, 15:50
You are so correct, however, I think that the SEED of disinformation was planted by the Govt. knowing full well that it would bloom and the public would take it from there. Seeding disinformation to the public by the Govt. is nothing new. The problem of any type of reverse engineering location is the mass of people required for such an effort. They have to have a place to live. They have to have a place for their families. At A51, most of the employees live in the Las Vegas area, and go to and from A51 by jet daily out of the airport. How could you deal with the numbers of people is the loca... [More]
Comment icon #19 Posted by 747400 on 19 June, 2011, 16:02
But surely a top secret aircraft, however top secret, would have been easily recognisable as a plane, even if the 509th Bomb Group hadn't been let in on the fact that such a thing was being tested in their vicinity, and if that was the case, why hasn't it been declared that that was what it was long ago? it would make no sense at all to still keep it secret, unless they just wanted to keep the mystery going in the interests of the Roswell tourist industry. And as for the Russian suggestion, the objections to that are many and manifold, but that they hadn't anything capable of any... [More]

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