I'm making this thread not exclusively for discussion, but for quantitative information involving this event.
In that regard, it differs from most of these threads.
Please don't get off topic, I'm not a mod, but there are plenty of joke threads already.
This one is about the evidence and population volumes.
As of August 3, 2019
The Facebook group "Storm Area 51, They Can't Stop All of Us" has
2,000,000 (2 Million) RSVP'd users as "Going"
1,400,000 (1.4 Million) listed as "Interested"
The nearby city to the area
in question for the event "Rachel, Nevada"
had a population of 54 people, during the 2010 census
If only 1 out 10,000 people who are RSVP'd to go, actually show up
, Rachel, Nevada will be visited, by over 200 people
Nearest lodging accommodations
to Rachel, Nevada that I am currently aware of, are available in "Alamo, Nevada"
Alamo Nevada had a population of 1080 people, during the 2010 census. It is slightly more equipped to handle this influx, than Rachel.
Unfortunately, Alamo is 50 miles from Rachel, Nevada.
On top of that, I have just searched through all of the listed motels and hotels in Alamo Nevada for September 20th.
There were only 6 rooms available, over September 20th. These were not individual rooms. These last 6 rooms were suites that were Queen and King
rooms. (Today is August 3rd)
So... Almost 2 months out, only 6 suite rooms available all the way out to 50 miles away.
By this information, it is reasonable to extrapolate this.
We are guaranteed to see, at minimum, HUNDREDS of people physically "attending" the Area 51 Storm Event.
Nearby lodging and hotels selling out, is tangible evidence that this is true.
Are there any insiders from the airline booking and/or car rental service industry here? Can anyone from those industries offer insight into any
numbers or fluctuations for the area there?
My next update to this thread, will be checking into "nearby" car services, and seeing how many vehicles that I can find, as booked up for the 20th
This may have started as a joke, but it is obvious now. There WILL be boots on the ground.
edit on 3-8-2019 by Archivalist because: