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Area 51 - 50th anniversary!

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  • Geoff Richardson
    In the aftermath of the Second World War Major John Seaberg, an aerospace development engineer at Wright Patterson AFB, conceived the idea of a very fast jet
    Message 1 of 2 , May 23, 2005
      In the aftermath of the Second World War Major John Seaberg, an
      aerospace development engineer at Wright Patterson AFB, conceived
      the
      idea of a very fast jet capable of over-flying Russia at 70,000ft. -
      well out of the range of Russian weapons. This jet would be equipped
      with the latest "intelligence gathering "equipment, cameras etc. and
      would be capable of obtaining highly detailed photographs from a
      safe
      altitude - this aircraft was to become known as the "U2".
      Legislation
      was passed that gave the CIA the power to deny almost anything and
      an
      area of land in Nevada was requisitioned in order to test the
      prototype of the U2. This area of land would become to be known as
      Area 51 and this coming weekend will be celebrated as the 50th
      anniversary of it's existence.
      But what has reputedly taken place within the confines of Area 51 in
      that 50 year period, see:
      http://www.thewhyfiles.net/Area51.htm

      And Area 51 cannot be mentioned without thinking of one of the most
      controversial names in Ufology - Bob Lazar - physicist or out and
      out
      fraud? Many experts regard him as the latter but is there now
      evidence
      to support his claims?
      See: http://www.thewhyfiles.net/boblazar.htm

      These articles contain audio and video files (Windows Media)

      Peace,
      Geoff Richardson

      www.thewhyfiles.net
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