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Interview With a REAL Area 51 Worker - TD Barnes

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posted on Jan, 14 2020 @ 06:37 PM
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At about 22:00 he asks TD about Bob Lazar.
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posted on Jan, 14 2020 @ 07:09 PM
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a reply to: FosterVS

Any meat? Can you give us a summary?



posted on Jan, 14 2020 @ 07:15 PM
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You need to provide some context here, not just post an hour-long video. And for the record, there is no mention of Lazar at 22:00



posted on Jan, 14 2020 @ 08:28 PM
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originally posted by: schuyler
You need to provide some context here, not just post an hour-long video. And for the record, there is no mention of Lazar at 22:00

Bob Lazar is mentioned at 22:55



posted on Jan, 14 2020 @ 08:29 PM
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originally posted by: KKLOCO
a reply to: FosterVS

Any meat? Can you give us a summary?


Taking about a nuclear powered space craft which could get to mars in 500 days

Far too stoned to ponder on whether that’s really good or really bad and I can’t be bothered to exit the page and reaching for google but I can be bothered to look in the fridge for food

One things for sure, don’t go to mars stoned



posted on Jan, 14 2020 @ 08:38 PM
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originally posted by: schuyler
You need to provide some context here, not just post an hour-long video. And for the record, there is no mention of Lazar at 22:00


I guess I made the mistake of assuming that anyone with some knowledge of Area 51 would know who TD Barnes is. My mistake.

"Thornton D. “TD” Barnes, author, and entrepreneur, grew up on a ranch at Dalhart, Texas. He graduated from Mountain View High School in Oklahoma and embarked on a ten-year military career. He served as an Army intelligence specialist in Korea and then continued his education while in the US Army, attending two and a half years of missile and radar electronics by day and college courses at night. Barnes deployed with the first combat Hawk missile battalion during the Soviet Iron Curtain threat before attending the Artillery Officer Candidate School, where an injury ended his military career.

Barnes’s career includes serving as a field engineer at the NASA High Range in Nevada for the X-15, XB-70, lifting bodies and lunar landing vehicles; working on the NERVA project at Jackass Flats, Nevada; and serving in Special Projects at Area 51. Barnes later formed a family oil and gas exploration company, drilling, and producing oil and gas and mining uranium and gold.

Barnes currently serves as the CEO of Startel, Inc., a landowner, and is actively mining landscape rock and gold in Nevada. He serves as the president of Roadrunners Internationale, an association of Area 51 veterans, and is the executive director of the Nevada Aerospace Hall of Fame.
Two National Geographic Channel documentaries feature Barnes: Area 51 Declassified and CIA—Secrets of Area 51. Numerous documentaries on the History Channel, the Discovery Channel, the Travel Channel, and others also feature him.


td-barnes.com...
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posted on Jan, 14 2020 @ 09:10 PM
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originally posted by: FosterVS

originally posted by: schuyler
You need to provide some context here, not just post an hour-long video. And for the record, there is no mention of Lazar at 22:00


I guess I made the mistake of assuming that anyone with some knowledge of Area 51 would know who TD Barnes is. My mistake.

"Thornton D. “TD” Barnes, author, and entrepreneur, grew up on a ranch at Dalhart, Texas. He graduated from Mountain View High School in Oklahoma and embarked on a ten-year military career. He served as an Army intelligence specialist in Korea and then continued his education while in the US Army, attending two and a half years of missile and radar electronics by day and college courses at night. Barnes deployed with the first combat Hawk missile battalion during the Soviet Iron Curtain threat before attending the Artillery Officer Candidate School, where an injury ended his military career.

Barnes’s career includes serving as a field engineer at the NASA High Range in Nevada for the X-15, XB-70, lifting bodies and lunar landing vehicles; working on the NERVA project at Jackass Flats, Nevada; and serving in Special Projects at Area 51. Barnes later formed a family oil and gas exploration company, drilling, and producing oil and gas and mining uranium and gold.

Barnes currently serves as the CEO of Startel, Inc., a landowner, and is actively mining landscape rock and gold in Nevada. He serves as the president of Roadrunners Internationale, an association of Area 51 veterans, and is the executive director of the Nevada Aerospace Hall of Fame.
Two National Geographic Channel documentaries feature Barnes: Area 51 Declassified and CIA—Secrets of Area 51. Numerous documentaries on the History Channel, the Discovery Channel, the Travel Channel, and others also feature him.


td-barnes.com...

Surely the interview must be about more than just his credentials. Care to tell us a little about the actual interview? It's your place to whet my appetite enough to make me want to watch it. So far you haven't done that. Have you not watched it?
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posted on Jan, 14 2020 @ 11:48 PM
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Read his bio on his site. No alien stuff. He worked mostly with radar and secret aircraft. Said the USSR started putting up satellites over them and knew their launch times. They had to start waiting until the sats were out of range to test aircraft.

He never talked to others working on other projects. Against the rules. Said the best thing at area 51 is the food. Best food in Vegas. Anyone that worked there would say the same.

I don't recall Lazar ever mentioning the quality of food which adds another layer of doubt in my mind.



posted on Jan, 15 2020 @ 03:32 AM
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The culture of the place sounds challenging with all the secrets, games and pranks to out do the other guy. Having a swarm of drones that can take any shape. Using cardboard cut outs with some blowers to pretend they have some new exotic plane tech as the satellites go by. Spoofing radar signals for some all round general confusion.

So is the recent Navy anti gravity patents a psy op to confuse the Russians? Is the tac tak video just an electromagnetic trick? Is TD Barnes still punchin for team America?



posted on Jan, 15 2020 @ 06:10 AM
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The Nerva project was public knowledge in the 60’s . The Atomic Museum in OakRidge Tennessee had an educational program of small booklets that were available to teachers for classes on several programs. See the link below.

en.wikipedia.org...



posted on Jan, 15 2020 @ 07:19 AM
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originally posted by: kwakakev
The culture of the place sounds challenging with all the secrets, games and pranks to out do the other guy. Having a swarm of drones that can take any shape. Using cardboard cut outs with some blowers to pretend they have some new exotic plane tech as the satellites go by. Spoofing radar signals for some all round general confusion.

So is the recent Navy anti gravity patents a psy op to confuse the Russians? Is the tac tak video just an electromagnetic trick? Is TD Barnes still punchin for team America?


I will say, YES!



posted on Jan, 15 2020 @ 12:54 PM
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Heads up this TD Barns guy is really hard to understand! And if you listen to him he does contradict himself here and there.

I have no idea if Bob Lazar was at Area 51 or not, I'm also pretty sure after listening to TD Barns he had no idea either. You can't say everything was "secret secret" and then say "no Bob Lazar was not there ever!".

This video is not worth the 57.29 mins.



posted on Jan, 15 2020 @ 03:13 PM
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originally posted by: FosterVS

originally posted by: schuyler
You need to provide some context here, not just post an hour-long video. And for the record, there is no mention of Lazar at 22:00


I guess I made the mistake of assuming that anyone with some knowledge of Area 51 would know who TD Barnes is. My mistake.


Nice copy and paste. TD Barnes is, to put it mildly, in the academy of the overrated. He was a very low level employee in the service, an E-4, where he operated radar in Nevada, and when he got out, went to work as a contractor associated with the CIA, i.e.: He never "worked for the CIA" as an employee or agent. And he doesn't know much at all. His books on Area 51 are typo-ridden self-published accounts. His web-site is a God-awful mess that looks like it was put together in the early 90's just as the web was invented and hasn't been updated since. Further,

1. He knows absolutely nothing about Bob Lazar. He claims "Lazar was never there," but how could he possibly know? He was not there at the same time. He was not in a position to know the many hundreds, if not thousands of people who worked there. And he was never involved in any project involving crashed saucers. To put any credence in his lack of knowledge about Lazar is laughable.

2. He knows absolutely nothing about tic-tacs or those incidents. When asked about them he goes off on a tangent about our need to know about Russian radar capabilities, but that has no direct bearing on the tic tacs. He claims they must be our top secret stuff, but there is no reason he knows more about them than you or I. He makes a valiant effort to sound relevent, though, when he talks about our technological capability to make things appear to be present when they really are not. I happen to know that is a real thing and we can talk about it some time, but the fact that such a capability exists in no way explains tic-tacs.

The interview itself was pretty poor. I don't think the interviewer had a handle on the subject. That is not Barnes' fault, nor yours, but the whole thing comes off like interviewing the janitor of the physics building on the latest developments in quantum mechanics. You are not going to get very far in advancing the state of the art when you do that.


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posted on Jan, 15 2020 @ 03:34 PM
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Agree, from numerous accounts from people dealing with these projects is that everything is so compartmentalized. If they are working on the same project etc then maybe they would know each other but if they are working on different areas of the base and in completely different subject matters then I am not so sure they would ever cross paths.

I would say radar technology and working on spaceship are a little different. I am not a 100% Bob Lazar believer by any means either I just think that this interview was weak and there are too many variables at work




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