posted on Dec, 17 2004 @ 04:04 PM
Ummm... a few things, easily found in the public record:
1.) Rather than Area 51, it would be wiser to say "The Ranch" or Groom Lake, or Dreamland (air space R-4808E). It could very well be that "Area
51" does not exist, because it's not named "Area 51", but rather something involving Dream or Ranch, or Groom.
2.) The dry lake bed would be a terrible place to put an elevator, considering the nature of the soil and shifting earth. A much more reasonable place
to put the downward elevator (assuming it even exists) would be in Groom Mine, (owned by the Sheahan family). The Sheahan family lease it to the DoD,
and are only allowed to visit it during pre-approved and scheduled times, leaving plenty of time to hide it.
3.) It is well known publicly that the place is in use, and can even be witnessed in the Nova special "The Battle of the X-Planes" which was a
documentary on the competition between Boeing and Lockheed to win the contract that eventually turned into the JSF. Testing was done at Groom Lake,
and Nova was allowed a rare on-site filming.