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38,400-acre land area once known as "Area 51" was withdrawn from public use by the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, a predecessor to the U.S. Department of Energy, more than 54 years ago under Public Land Order 1662 filed June 25, 1958.
June 1958 An area comprised of 38,400 acres of land surrounding the Watertown base was officially withdrawn from public access under Public Land Order 1662. This rectangular addition to the Nevada Test Site was designated "Area 51."
August 1961 The airspace over Groom Lake became part of a new Restricted Area called R-4808N (replacing the former Prohibited Area P-275), that covered both the Nevada Test Site and Area 51. It prohibited overflights below 60,000 feet.
January 1962 The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) expanded the restricted airspace above Groom to 22 by 20 nautical miles. Eventually, the airspace was restricted continuously, at all altitudes.
August 1984 Approximately 89,000 acres of public land and private holdings northeast of Groom Lake were closed to the public for "national security reasons."
October 1993 The U.S. Air Force filed a notice in the Federal Register seeking to withdraw 3,972 acres of land from public on the eastern perimeter of the DREAMLAND section of the Nellis Air Force Range.
April 1995 The Air Force seized 5,000 more acres of public land to prevent civilians from viewing the base from nearby hilltops that had been overlooked in previous seizures.
On 29 September 1995 President Bill Clinton signed Presidential Determination No. 95-45. It stated in part: "I find that it is in the paramount interest of the United States to exempt the United States Air Force's operating location near Groom Lake, Nevada from any applicable requirement for the disclosure to unauthorized persons of classified information concerning that operating location."
1) Where would the government ET craft or even an ET itself to bring to Area 51?
When a group of widows tried to file a wrongful death lawsuit against the government for improper disposal of "toxic" substances, and the death of their husbands (who were workers at Area 51), it resulted in the following "hush" order:
1) Where would the government acquire an ET craft or even an ET itself to do the alleged tests and experiments?
2) Why would the government pick Area 51 to do work with ET's when it is the first place any conspiracist would look?
Rumors of ET’s at Area 51 like mentioned have been going on for over 50 years. If they have been true, why have they not come out with it yet? What are they waiting for? Or where has this technology come up in new inventions?
During the 1960s, computer processors were constructed out of small and medium-scale ICs each containing from tens to a few hundred transistors.
The first microprocessors emerged in the early 1970s
Since the early 1970s, the increase in capacity of microprocessors has followed Moore's law; this originally suggested that the number of transistors that can be fitted onto a chip doubles in one and half year but present technology doubles every two years,
The perfect spot to hide ETs is in the most secure base in the world. It is a secluded and established base, far from the prying eyes of the media
Veterans are talking, and–surprise! surprise!–they aren’t telling any tales of space aliens or UFOs:
The veterans’ stories provide a glimpse of real-life government covert operations, with their everyday routines and moments of excitement.
The stories of the veterans reveal lots of secret stuff going on at Area 51 back in the 1960s, but, alas, there isn’t a single story of extraterrestrials or alien space ships. There are, however, lots of stories about secrecy and test-flying A12s and Blackbirds
The main example is the Microprocessor.
Co-inventor Stanley Mazor wrote in his paper The History of the Microcomputer , "Intel’s founder, Robert Noyce, chartered Ted Hoff’s Applications Research Department in 1969 to find new applications for silicon technology... Ted Hoff thought it would be neat to use MOS LSI technology to produce a computer. Because of the ever growing density of large scale integrated (LSI) circuits a “computer on a chip” was inevitable.”
Dan Burisch is a microbiologist who received his Ph.D. from the State University of New York, Stonybrook, in 1989.
In 1994, he was assigned to work in an underground laboratory at S-4/Area 51, five floors under the Papoose Mountain installation at Nellis AFB, Nevada.
Dr. Burisch says the being at S-4/Area 51 was called “J-Rod.”
“We had meetings, and I ended up in a meeting with an alien. I called him J-ROD – of course, that’s what they called him."
“This ET craft was a controlled craft that the aliens wanted to present to our government – the U.S.A."
He demonstrated his rocket in the summer of 1971 and was taken to Area 51 in order to take a look at a similar engine as the one he developed for his own rocket.
According to David's conclusions this engine must have been of extraterrestrial origin.
The Edwards Agreement was the culmination of a chain of events that started on 5 July 1947 when debris of a crashed alien spacecraft was found in Roswell, New Mexico, and several alien bodies, of Greys, were found.
(Interestingly enough, in the so-called Brookings Report, discovered by Professor Stanley McDaniel, the Brookings Institute, in 1961 warned NASA that it would be better to withhold any information about alien civilisations from the public because "Anthropological files contain many examples of societies sure of their place in the universe, which have disintegrated when they had to associate with previously unfamiliar societies espousing different ideas and different life ways.").