posted on Aug, 22 2013 @ 07:39 AM
This thread is still going on after like 10 years or so (forgot the actual date)? I'm pretty sure OP decided to go on about his life elsewhere at
this point. These kind of organizations come to you, you don't go up to them. Depending on the organization, they may not care about your silly ATS
activities, and there's nothing you can do to erase your tracks at this point. If anyone is serious about working there, consider the following.
- Am I over 18?
- Have I involved myself with advanced research before?
- Has my research been noticed by corporations like Lockheed, NASA, and so forth?
- Have I won many awards for my excellence?
- Do I have a good track record for following the law, not disclosing information, be mature, not rant around against the government online or
anywhere that may be recorded?
- Have I been able to sustain a high-level job such as an aeronautics engineer at Lockheed for at least 6+ years?
- Do I have good patents under my name?
- Do I manage my money well?
- Do I have a history of gambling or addiction?
There are likely a lot of other profile requirements, but it's safe to say that they may like people who can build amazing things, but they take
secrecy as top priority. Area 51 isn't the only organization for secret research, but it's the most popular one. If you want to be found, there are
ways. If you want to be a mere guard, good luck with that. I guarantee you won't last a few days in that sun.