I think the idea wouldn't work. Do you really think that they'd have easily openable doors, like a bedroom door? No! They probably need keys, and a
complex password to open. Therefore, we probably wouldn't see much more than an empty hangar (they would have cleared all the stuff before we got
there. Plus, they'd lock the hangar doors etc. My guess is also that ALL the operations are underground, especially the UFOs and aliens if they even
were at Area 51. The really cool stuff would more than likely be extremely far down, and I'm talking probably 1,000 to 2,000 feet down. That way, if
they were bombed or if a nuclear disaster or something of the like happened, they wouldn't loose all the stuff.
The doors to the places where the stuff is held are probably quite heavy duty. Again... if you can drive a car through it, then it probably is not
Also, a large group of people would have a tough time going down the long road to the base. How do you: 1.) Expect to gather 1,000 people, nonetheless
a MILLION people and charge to the base without being noticed? It'd be like the scene in Independence Day with the RV's charging down the desert!
And if the group didn't use the road to the base, they'd see them.
My honest opinion is, Area 51 is nothing. Perhaps operation went on in there before, but as media attention (and, well, attention in general), they
moved, fearing espionage and infiltration. I think we need to pay attention to the nothingness of the western deserts. Why would the airspace around
Area 51 be so restricted, yet the satellite image be better than the image of my own home, in a town, not in the middle of the Nevada desert? Could
there be a base underground in the middle of nowhere? Could Area 51 simply be a cover up? I do think so. But why are they so closely guarding nothing?
Well, perhaps it is simply a transport hub, if you will. The JANET planes from Las Vegas arrive, the workers get off, and take an "underground
railroad" to the secluded base. When I say underground railroad, I don't mean it literally. I'm not talking, a train station beneath Area 51, with
an Amtrak train pulling up and taking the workers to said underground facility. It might simply be a network of underground tunnels that army cars
carrying the workers drive in.
I point you to this interesting find that I have made while checking around Area 51 on Google Earth this afternoon.
Coordinates: 37°37'25.25"N 116°53'27.35"W
Hole in the middle of the ground? Underground transport! It's almost certain to be a tunnel of some sort. You can see the slope down, even though the
image is 2D. Pretty neat, huh?
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