posted on May, 7 2015 @ 11:13 AM
I'm willing to bet that whatever was at Area-51 means a lot to the select few who get the privilege of working there.
Let us assume that alien-type craft were housed/experimented with there at one time. The implications of such technology would so massive, that
convincing someone to keep it secret wouldn't be hard.
"For the good of not only the USA, but the world" would probably be something told to the researchers, and they'd most likely believe it.
Also, have you ever met someone who's devoted their life to science? For someone like that, getting a chance to work with technology light years
ahead of anything else is a secret worth keeping. If they were to spill the beans, they'd loose the opportunity to continue working/playing around
with the technology. That's worth keeping to yourself, right?
No -- we'll never get any "leaks" or "insider" information out of those fellows -- they are in a private club unto themselves, and they don't
want to spoil it for themselves. We the public get their eventual hand-me-down scraps in the form of touch screens and Bluetooth wireless speakers.