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Originally posted by FunkyBassist0010
Dont you think area 51 is a distraction from dulce? i was in school and all of a sudden a load of ideas and stuff about area 51, dulce, UFOs, and chapter 322 just popped into my head :S
Hardly anyone EVER talks about dulce, its all area 51, maybe these pictures you find on the net the government might have put them there themselves, tryi to give out little pieces of info about the facilitys to keep the idea running. Stop people talkin about dulce
Originally posted by SteveR
Why would no-one be able to get to an island? Private boats are popular these days
Originally posted by eMCe
the island theory is a great one. And its the freaking government how hard would it be for them to find an island and use as a black ops/R&D base? @ first it kind of seems a little 007ish but really it is just as likely as Area 51, Dulce and what have you.
Originally posted by picklewalsh
I do think this island idea could hold some water (pardon the pun). Its like here in the UK there is a island that was used for biological and chemical testing, they say this island is toxic and dangeriouse. But could this not be a cover to keep people from venturing to close to the island for fear that they might discover something?
Just a thought
Originally posted by DiabolusFireDragon
... When people started to take notice and began asking questions all the goodies were moved elsewhere and Area 51 became an excellent distraction. When everything was moved, who knows. I'm sure there's probably still some neat stuff there, though.
Originally posted by Kamikazi
Corf has it on the money, people need to look at the bigger picture here. The military advances 44.5 years to our every 1 year. That would mean that from 1950 - 2000 the gov./military advanced 2225 years, that would put military technology at the year 4231, and us at 2006. Tell me that doesnt make you wonder!