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area 51 Answered

can anyone prove or disprove that this is actually area 51?
at some time pres. clinton gave that branch permission to deny it's existence. you used to be able to see it from a hill or something, but they fenced it off and may have cameras there here's the link to the image: http://tinypic.com/k9zvaw.jpg, if that doesn't show up just go to google images and search for "arial view of area 51"

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zombiekiller42
zombiekiller42

10 years ago

I to have been in area 51 and all it is is a top secret plane.



if only it was from earth.

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am111
am111

11 years ago

hey ive been into area 51 myself and all that is in there is a new top secret plane and Lockheed Skunk Works' base of operation

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sci4me
sci4me

Reply 10 years ago

noooooooo way

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am111
am111

Reply 10 years ago

I have and I am not allowed to speak any further

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sci4me
sci4me

Reply 10 years ago

speak further!!!! If u dont, u suck!!!!!!!!!!! is there aliens or ufo's????? what about new technologies? time machines? TALK!!!!! or else...

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zascecs
zascecs

10 years ago

It looks more like a small airport... maybe for private jets or something.. lol

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zascecs
zascecs

Reply 10 years ago

...and if it's so secret, why would they let you find it on the internet?

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sci4me
sci4me

10 years ago

AREA 51 IS 110% REAL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Zaphod Beeblebrox
Zaphod Beeblebrox

11 years ago

i read an article on it but i forgot everything because the government erased my mind because its so top secret.

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Sandisk1duo
Sandisk1duo

12 years ago

Yes, area 51 IS real, i don't nkow what they do there. if you tired walking to the actual site, they will shoot to kill, and you wouldn't make it inside

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Re-design
Re-design

Reply 11 years ago

You can't even get near the place. People try to just walk near the fence and get escorted off.

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killerjackalope
killerjackalope

13 years ago

ok i typed in 'area 51' (no quotes) and it's bloody massive, though you can't go to maximum zoom on it...

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Pumpkin$
Pumpkin$

Reply 13 years ago

true... you never can:(

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killerjackalope
killerjackalope

Reply 13 years ago

second one out still makes most things pretty clear, there's a few chinooks sitting randomly and what appears to be miles of runway with oddly placed bunkers...

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Pumpkin$
Pumpkin$

Reply 13 years ago

probably were they keep marvin the martian;)

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Re-design
Re-design

Reply 11 years ago

Martin the martian.

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westfw
westfw

Reply 13 years ago

Just out of curiosity, can you zoom in any further on ANY military base?

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killerjackalope
killerjackalope

Reply 13 years ago

probably a few that are pretty de-classified, though even my old cadets base was censored, mainly because under certain situations a bunch of teenagers with rifles and a couple of bedfords would be all there is... that would probably scare any terrorist more than police/army, normals because we were the top marksmen and engineers, we had a habit of stealing vehicles... our leader organised a robbery in which I drove through an assault course chasing a landrover in a bedford. No more will be told of this... details are inconsequential...

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wingman246
wingman246

13 years ago

know what would be funny... ahhh... better not say anything like that or i might get a few mysterious phone calls (or whatever else they use to plant bugs)

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Pumpkin$
Pumpkin$

Reply 13 years ago

don't worry man, they've been doingg it since the clinton admin. they probably put you on the watchlist for just going to this website, I mean, they teach you how to build weapons on this site.

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Firebert010
Firebert010

Reply 13 years ago

I know for certain that I'm being watched on my computer. I would explain to you why, but that's telling ~.0

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Re-design
Re-design

Reply 11 years ago

Ah, you're just trying to brag.

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skunkbait
skunkbait

Reply 12 years ago

You're not the only one!

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Firebert010
Firebert010

Reply 12 years ago

Haha, how could they not?

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wingman246
wingman246

Reply 13 years ago

anythingcan be a weapon, just somethings are more suited as weapons...but, what if area 51 is the government's idea of a practical joke? thats probably what they want us to think.

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megapun13
megapun13

13 years ago

is there an area 50?or 49?48?47?46?45?44?43?42?41?40?and so on?

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Re-design
Re-design

Reply 11 years ago

Well there is but that's where they store their cleaning supplies and it's not a secrete.

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Rock Soldier
Rock Soldier

Reply 11 years ago

No, but there's and area 52.

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Spl1nt3rC3ll
Spl1nt3rC3ll

13 years ago

Area 51 itself is real, that's been proven. Simply look at Google Maps. It's what's in it that's the conspiracy. Is it a normal military base, secret weapons testing base, or an "Intergalactic Alien 'airport'"

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Spl1nt3rC3ll
Spl1nt3rC3ll

Reply 13 years ago

Most of the UFOs there are human made prototype aircraft, like stealth bombers. Of course people will call them UFOs because know one has seen them before, hence the word "classified".

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Spl1nt3rC3ll
Spl1nt3rC3ll

Reply 13 years ago

Can you direct me to Area 51 please? I'm looking for alien wessels.

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The Ideanator
The Ideanator

Reply 11 years ago

Ahh, I see what you did there.

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Pumpkin$
Pumpkin$

Reply 13 years ago

i tried, something is going wrong the login window just stays there and then it freezes

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Rock Soldier
Rock Soldier

Reply 11 years ago

They're (were) on to you!

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Pumpkin$
Pumpkin$

13 years ago

I heard the military was making some kind of engine called scramjet it's supposed to go like, i don't know, MACH 15!

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killerjackalope
killerjackalope

Reply 13 years ago

ram jet, it gets the majority of its energy from burning air once up to speed, they use them in blackbirds already, but it's a dangerous and unpredictable type of engine as it can backfire, as in full thrust backwards...

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Kiteman
Kiteman

Reply 13 years ago

Ramjets are jet engines with no moving parts. Unfortunately, they have to be going at at least 400mph before they work. Scram jets are hypersonic ramjets. They don't even light until the vehicle is already doing Mach 5, but can (in theory) give speeds up to Mach 24. NASA's X43A has been flown at around Mach 9.6 so far. A B52 dropped a Pegasus rocket, which pushed the small prototype to operating speed, and then the X43A itself ran for about 10 seconds. Rough calculations give Mach 10 as London to New York in 20 minutes!

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killerjackalope
killerjackalope

Reply 13 years ago

oh yay that means i can argue with americans in person...

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Pumpkin$
Pumpkin$

Reply 13 years ago

you're british?

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Kiteman
Kiteman

Reply 13 years ago

Aren't we all, deep down?

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Rock Soldier
Rock Soldier

Reply 11 years ago

I don't think Indian's are.

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killerjackalope
killerjackalope

Reply 13 years ago

I think we count... though in a few years I may not, half scottish half northern irish, scotland aren't too british of late and N.I. already has its own government but is unlikely to become one ireland...

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gyromild
gyromild

Reply 13 years ago

LOL..the americans and the brits at my former workplace argues all the time, while the canadians and kiwis sit quietly on the side reading the news.

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CameronSS
CameronSS

Reply 13 years ago

20 minutes at Mach 10...After taxiing out to the runway, taking off, getting out to the open ocean, climbing to altitude, and accelerating-then backwards at the end. You'd still spend well over an hour in the plane.

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CameronSS
CameronSS

Reply 13 years ago

No, he means scram jet. They are two different types of jet engines with no moving parts. In a ramjet, the air entering the combustion chamber is subsonic. In a scramjet (supersonic combustion ramjet), the air in the combustion chamber is supersonic.

Wikipedia on ramjets
Wikipedia on scramjets

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killerjackalope
killerjackalope

Reply 13 years ago

Ah right i mixed scramjets up with the jato systems for some reason, think i was thinking of scramble command so scram...

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Kiteman
Kiteman

Reply 13 years ago

Not exactly secret, there's a commercial concept-model on the cover of February's Popular Science magazine.