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New Area 51 Documentary Promises Revelations.

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posted on Jan, 31 2011 @ 11:53 AM
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NatGeo Area 51 Doc. Promises Revelations



“Some of the things that went on there were hidden and are quite remarkable,” says Peter Yost at the TCA press tour. “It’s completely factual. The government declassified to us thousands of documents and footage. It’s solid, it’s real, it’s verifiable. We do have some surprises.”





UFO newshounds won’t have too long to wait. Area 51 Declassified debuts this spring, along with another Nat Geo project, Alien Invasion, which explores how Earthlings might handle First Contact.


Very interesting stuff to say the least. They are also coming out with a documentary centered around how humans might handle First Contact.

Do you think there will be any groundbreaking information revealed or will this be just another teaser or consipracy starter like most other Area 51 documentaries?
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posted on Jan, 31 2011 @ 12:10 PM
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not gonna hold my breath but i do have a feeling they are going to mix it in amongst world natural disasters, for optimum viewing by the masses.


why so you have to SEE it when you already know the truth within?



posted on Jan, 31 2011 @ 12:12 PM
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Ever wonder if by some chance that in certain cases that Hollywood is in cahoots with the TPTB? What I mean is, suppose some of these "fictional" movies or whatever are created with this concept in mind, to psychologically test the populace in their reactions to how they interpret certain movies? Even lies have a certain amount of truth in them. Look at how many movies/shows have been documented as being fairly scientifically possible, not to put the imagination down on the creators of the shows, but in some instances the accuracy is pretty spot on, even though we may not even have any experience with said technology.



posted on Jan, 31 2011 @ 12:15 PM
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I really don't trust National Geographic personally, and I doubt the government would just "hand over" anything suggesting the true nature of its operation. To me, National Geographic is just another government tool, another form of MSM that has been proven wrong by amateurs on several occasions (9/11 Thermite demonstrations for example). However, can't say I'm not interested to see these "surprises" or script that the government has written up. They would have to pull out some "surprises" none the less, to at least make it appear authentic enough to strategically direct the audience in a safer direction.



posted on Jan, 31 2011 @ 12:18 PM
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Somehow I expect this show to be exciting as Geraldo Rivera's special: Al Capone's Vault.

Hopefully I'll be wrong. But I'm not holding my breath.
A big build up with a giant let down.



posted on Jan, 31 2011 @ 12:19 PM
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Exciting, and definitely a move towards acceptance of ET's in the masses perspective.

When you look at what is being presented and how it happened, "Producer get's hands of documents everyone has been trying to for decades!" it kind of kills it. How much do you seriously think the government just handed over to this one producer?

I am keeping my hopes up. This sounds neat.



posted on Jan, 31 2011 @ 12:19 PM
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Wow, that's remarkable. If it was someother channel such as syfy or some unknown docunmentarist (sp?) Creating this, it wouldn't be a big deal. But this is nationalgeoraphic. They tend to be fairly credible and promise some ground breaking stuff. I look forward to this airing


 
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posted on Jan, 31 2011 @ 12:29 PM
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My guess is that this will just be a rehash of all the other documentaries out there with some new photos of the base from outside the gate thrown in here and there. They will probably do the Google earth view as well to show new buildings and such. All in all I doubt this will be anything groundbreaking. I like National Geographic, but they tend to just reshuffle the same deck of cards and deal it as "new" evidence and "ground breaking" new developments.




posted on Jan, 31 2011 @ 12:30 PM
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I wouldn't call them credible when it comes to this type of information, people have been trying to get this for decades. I doubt the government just "handed" it over; National Geographic is MSM, period. The government feels threatened by the increasing number of amateur and professional individual projects that are exposing many of it's current operations, and now they have formulated their own story in the meantime (through MSM) that they hope will at least neutralize some of these groups' efforts for the time being. They will just give enough for the sheeple to bite on, possibly all misinformation and making it appear like we have an all access pass to Area 51. Give me a break, this just doesn't add up at all.



posted on Jan, 31 2011 @ 12:39 PM
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Originally posted by LipanConjuring86
I really don't trust National Geographic personally, and I doubt the government would just "hand over" anything suggesting the true nature of its operation. To me, National Geographic is just another government tool, another form of MSM that has been proven wrong by amateurs on several occasions (9/11 Thermite demonstrations for example). However, can't say I'm not interested to see these "surprises" or script that the government has written up. They would have to pull out some "surprises" none the less, to at least make it appear authentic enough to strategically direct the audience in a safer direction.


I agree with that completely. I have seen way too many biased shows on National Geographic promoting their own propaganda.
Which kind of makes this Area 51 documentary all the more curious. If National Geographic is just another MSM tool then it would be interesting to see what the MSM wants us to think about Area 51 and other such topics.



posted on Jan, 31 2011 @ 12:44 PM
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Yeah NG is pretty credible. Problem will be that most people already have their minds made up about whats in Area 51 and if NG airs anything that differs from that then the A51-Truthers will start screaming that NG is just another MSM government shill covering up the truth. Even if it's the truth they will be in denial because its not what they wanted to hear.

As much as I want to believe there's secret alien technology research and experiments going on in Area 51 I'm pretty convinced that, like the Dulce base, it's nothing more than an R&D base for advanced but normal humanly created technology. Despite what many UFOlogist believe, there are no aliens nor will NG reveal the presence of aliens at Area 51. I think anyone expecting such will probably be extremely disappointed watching this show.

If aliens are indeed visiting here and have been then disclosure is NOT going to come from National Geographic.



posted on Jan, 31 2011 @ 12:48 PM
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That's an interesting and valid point. As others have said, I highly doubt we'll be given the raw information I know everyone wants as that would be a security risk. Although it's also interesting to note why this information is being released to the public, we all know that the above top secret information will never be released so easily.



posted on Jan, 31 2011 @ 01:15 PM
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These endless promises of "revelations" and "disclosures" are like pornography, all smoke and mirrors, the promise of everything yet the delivery of just the same rehashed material in a different form with a different front man/woman.

It would be something of a break from the norm to have a programme that actually delivered on it's promise to deliver something new and previously unseen, to reveal something that instead of stirring the waters added some clarity and sense to what has gone before.

I don't really mind if it's disclosure of little green men and their flying saucers, or it turns out to be secret aircraft all along and they reveal the weird and wonderful experimental aircraft from the 40s to the current day.

Sadly I expect to be thoroughly disappointed when the show airs in the UK.



posted on Jan, 31 2011 @ 01:35 PM
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Oh, have we established that there is a base at Dulce? Even a normal military base, sans aliens? I don't think so.

Groom lake is a military base. No space aliens, just black projects.

To really do a "special" on Groom Lake, you would need the film crew on scene, 24 and 7, 365, for several years. That will never happen. Second best is to use declassifed documents. Much truth is out there. With the Roadrunners, you get the truth, just very dated truth.



posted on Jan, 31 2011 @ 01:42 PM
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Originally posted by gariac
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Oh, have we established that there is a base at Dulce? Even a normal military base, sans aliens? I don't think so.


www.abovetopsecret.com...



posted on Jan, 31 2011 @ 03:48 PM
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A thread on ATS hardly proves there is a base at Dulce. I climb Tikaboo and photograph Groom Lake. I present irrefutable evidence Groom Lake is real and growing. The Dulce fanatics have yet to do the same. Oh, they arm chair view the Dulce area and spot a mine or maybe some odd looking bit of dirt that allegedly is an entrance to the alleged vast underground base.

At this point I've said all I want to say about Dulce on this thread, lest it be considered that I hijacked it. I just get annoyed when Dulce is mentioned in the same breath as Groom Lake. One base is fact, the other base is a religion.



posted on Jan, 31 2011 @ 05:00 PM
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There has already been a post discussing this Nat. Geo. documentary that is coming out.
www.abovetopsecret.com...
It sounds pretty interesting but who knows if this documentary will satisfy the Area 51 enthusiasts out there.



posted on Jan, 31 2011 @ 05:12 PM
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"Area 51 Declassified" is the first documentary to focus solely on the actual, documented history of the Groom Lake test facility in stead of the usual mythology that we have seen in previous television programs. The National Geographic crew had unprecedented access to declassified documents, interviews, and subject matter experts. The only drawback is the relatively narrow emphasis on some of the older projects (U-2, A-2, etc.), but hopefully this will be framed in a wider context.

National Geographic is also working on "The Truth Behind Area 51," a documentary that will probably cover all the things missed in "Area 51 Declassified." It, too, will be a documentary that is solidly based in well documented fact and credible sources. There will necessarily be some overlapping material in the two shows but each will offer material that has not previously been aired in any television show about Area 51.

The History Channel is offering a new perspective on Area 51, as well, in the "Outliers" episode of "How The States Got Their Shapes." The show is part of a miniseries that examines the unique aspects of each of the 50 states. Nevada is unusual because more than 80% of the state is federally owned and restricted from public use, encompassing such secretive test facilities as Area 51, the Nevada National Security Site, and Tonopah Test Range. Again, expect to see factual information trump fantasy.



posted on Jan, 31 2011 @ 05:16 PM
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Good, I look forward to it.



posted on Jan, 31 2011 @ 05:34 PM
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Oh, sorry I did a search and nothing came up about the subject. Mods feel free to merge or whatever necessary to continue discussion of the topic at hand.



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