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Area 51 employee speaks out

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posted on Jun, 23 2005 @ 07:25 PM
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www.ufos-aliens.co.uk...

Interesting. Don't know what to think though or what to believe which is the case with anyone who speaks out on this subject.




posted on Jun, 24 2005 @ 03:42 AM
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sounds like that blokes talking papoo (i like that word
), i dont really believe him, it sounds to...cliche (is that the word?), either way, i dont believe him, especially about the sr-75 or whatever, people get good views of the runways and im sure we would no more about this sr-75, are there acually any rumours of an sr-75? cos any black project usually gets rumours specualting dont they?>

[edit on 24-6-2005 by spyrolot]



posted on Jun, 24 2005 @ 04:41 AM
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i think that he would be talking trash. only because he would have been hunted down by the CIA rather quickly.
someone who works at Area 51 would/should know that!



posted on Jun, 24 2005 @ 09:03 AM
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Yeah, plus if you read carefully the physics knowledge is very basic
"Magnetic Field Disrupter (MFD). This generates a magnetic vortex which effectively neutralizes the effects of gravity on mass. The MFD also makes the craft considerably lighter, which means it can outmanouvre any other conventional craft. "

If it neatralises the effects of gravity it should weigh zero! Therefore how can it make the craft "considerably lighter". Very bogus

Cheers

Rob



posted on Jun, 24 2005 @ 09:25 AM
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are there acually any rumours of an sr-75?


It'd be news to me...and likely to my father, who works for Lockheed on the Raptor in GA...hehe...


I'm going to quickly go with "bogus" on this one...



posted on Jun, 24 2005 @ 09:58 AM
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heehee, bogus it is then
would be cool though..... but nah, some how there are always rumours about the top secret planes lol, and i have heard none of the sr-75



posted on Jun, 24 2005 @ 10:11 AM
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Mauch 15!

Wow, that is fast.



posted on Jun, 24 2005 @ 10:31 AM
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I actually "feel" that this is real, I heard many rumors my self of the alleged SR-75 Penetrator and TR-3B Astra.

Gazrok, no offense what so ever, but your father would not have the need to know about these projects, which are highly compartialized, so rumours can only be spread through people who worked at the Groomlake AB.



posted on Jun, 24 2005 @ 10:38 AM
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Are there any pictures, diagrams, sketches available of such alleged aircraft?

Would help clarify some UFO sightings, you'd think!




posted on Jun, 24 2005 @ 04:39 PM
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Fouch'e claims that he was working at Nellis Air Force Base in 1979 when he was told of a reassignment. He and 30 others boarded a blue bus with blacked out windows. Two guards armed with M16 rifles told them not to speak unless spoken to. When they got off the bus he realised he was at the Groom Lake facility. He says conditions were rather oppressive. He was issued heavy glasses, like welders' goggles, which had thick lenses that prevented him seeing further than 10 metres ahead, as well as blocking peripheral vision.


This seems pretty ridiculous, since they have a baseball diamond, a swimming pool, etc. at Groom Lake. Furthermore, in images taken within the facility, no one is seen to have such stupid goggles on.



Security was so tight that he could not go anywhere, not even to the bathroom, without an armed guard at his side.


That kind of defeats the purpose of having security clearances...



When the US military retired the SR-71 Blackbird back in 1990, it was stated that the aircraft would not be replaced because satellites would now do the job of spying. However, Fouch'e claims that the SR-75 has been designed to help the CIA/NSA satellites in orbit.


No, it was replaced by satellites and unmanned drone vehicles.



The SR-75 reportedly acts as a mothership from which the unmanned SR-74, or 'Scramp' is launched. The 'Scramp' is operated by remote control and is used to place small satellites in orbit and is said to be able to reach orbital altitudes of 151 kilometres and attain speeds of Mach 15, or just under 10,000 kmph


This is stupid. Even if this were remotely true, the drone wouldn't have the designation "SR" let alone the number "SR-74." This whole web page is ridiculous.

Zip

[edit on 6/24/2005 by Zipdot]



posted on Jul, 3 2005 @ 01:57 AM
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Zipdot is right. The thing that really destroys the credibility of this story is the use of the designation "SR-75". The "SR" prefix itself is actually a mistake. When the SR-71 was originally named, it was called the RS-71 by Skunkworks. When then president Lyndon Johnson announced the project to the public, he misspoke, calling it the "SR-71" by accident. Rather than embarass him by calling him out on the mstake, Lockheed changed the name. If Lockheed were to theoretically build an aircraft to launch satillites (or to do anything else) it would not call it by an improper designation. And oh yes, the name SR-75 originated when the Testor model company released a fictional aircraftof the same name, seen here.


This is from the same company that produced a model of the now-debunked F-19 stealth fighter.



posted on Jul, 3 2005 @ 02:11 AM
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I have been a bartender and waitress for over twenty years. I have known hundreds of people and have heard it all, both by the imbalanced and the sober. Here is one story confided by a reliable source.

He told me a close relative of his, an uncle I believe, once worked at "Area 51." This uncle said that there were many underground levels at this installation, where secret scientific research is conducted. This research is beyond the realm of what most of us would ever believe. DNA manipulation and the creation of animal/human hybrids! I'll never forget the look of horror in this man's eyes as he described the pitiful sights and sounds of these unfortunate abominations. I had nightmares for weeks.

He also stated that several races of ET's worked along with our scientists. It seems feasible that alien/human hybrids where probably developed too, but his Uncle never actually saw any of them.

I have no reason to think that this person was deliberately misleading me, as his confession came only after months of hearing my candid revelations about my own UFO sightings. But that's an other story!



posted on Jul, 3 2005 @ 02:27 AM
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Originally posted by Gazrok


are there acually any rumours of an sr-75?


It'd be news to me...and likely to my father, who works for Lockheed on the Raptor in GA...hehe...


I'm going to quickly go with "bogus" on this one...



Would he tell you especially if he knew you belonged to this site.



posted on Jul, 3 2005 @ 11:52 PM
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The Magnetic Field Disruptor is a device which bends time and space around the outside of these so called discs crafts that the military has. It is used to decrease inertia and g-force by up to and no more than 89 percent!!!! This technology is used on such crafts as the TR-3B or the Ion Powered aircraft. Their powersource is a nuclear reactor because it is the only powersource capable of powering these secret crafts without the use of fuel of some sort. In hence it can go on forever!!! The only problem is that the pilots flying these aircrafts would be exposed to radiation which can pose as a serious risk to them. Pilots can only withstand up to 4 gs of force, anything more than that would kill them.



posted on Jul, 4 2005 @ 12:19 AM
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Originally posted by uhoh
Their powersource is a nuclear reactor because it is the only powersource capable of powering these secret crafts without the use of fuel of some sort. In hence it can go on forever!!! The only problem is that the pilots flying these aircrafts would be exposed to radiation which can pose as a serious risk to them. Pilots can only withstand up to 4 gs of force, anything more than that would kill them.


Before I really start laughing...

IF in fact a nuclear reactor is being used then the fuel source is electricity. So what about the equipment to turn radioactive heat into electrical energy? Where's the turbine? The heat exchanger? How about the heat signature of such aircraft?

Pilots in fighter aircraft routinely undergo G-Forces as high as 8-G, up to 9-G in some high performance maneuvers.

Go back and do your homework.



posted on Jul, 8 2005 @ 12:24 AM
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Don't worry i already did!! All i know is thats what i was told by my friend who used to work for the government.



posted on Jul, 8 2005 @ 05:16 PM
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The stuff that you had said about g-forces was right, but the other information about the use of Nuclear Reactors was true, according to my friend.



posted on Jul, 8 2005 @ 05:54 PM
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A friend that worked at skunkworks years ago (when the stealth was still secret) said that he drank beers with a guy that worked on a different project....
they were supposidly (you know how beer talk goes) working on antigravity at that time...
no where close to perfection, but it could be used to lighten loads and planes as well as diminish the effect of gravity and Gforce upon pilots...

I wouldn't even have mentioned it, except it seems very similiar to this description...
perhaps THIS story is disinfo to "nutify" any leaks of the real experiment that my friends friend was working on...

Boeing recently disclosed that they were doing zero point research and succedded in reducing the weight of a plane by some really small percent (i want to say 3%)
but the energy requirements didn't make it feasable yet...

so it is feasable science... just early yet... but then... the military is always 30-40 years ahead of the public.



posted on Jul, 9 2005 @ 06:09 PM
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Hmmm intersting lazerith interesting.



posted on Jul, 9 2005 @ 11:34 PM
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im inerested lazerous, but im thinking bushleague on the a51 worker




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