Discussion in 'Science and Technology' started by Data Holmes, Apr 10, 2009.
Re: CIA confirms Area 51 is real & a base for secret spy planes
If CIA says it, it's probably a lie.
I had thought it was common knowledge that Area 51 itself is a real place. Of course there's none of this UFO Alien crap going on - *that's* the fantasy.
In another 50 years, they'll admit the aliens are really at Area 52.
Edit: Apologies for stepping on Kaziarl's joke, missed it until after the post.
Yeah, they made great model kits back in the 1950s and '60s. Unfortunately, the "revival" of Aurora turned out to be a scam.
I had their UFO from The Invaders, and one of their models of aliens (Superman). I think I had their Spock too, I remember cutting some copper screening from a hobby shop to be the lid for a tiny communicator.
There are no aliens there. The real aliens have been manipulating the government for ages. Obama is the current beneficiary of their patronage. Area 51 was just a dodge to keep people from the real truth, but with the International space station, the aliens no longer need a landing site on Earth.
Enough with these silly aliens theories. Everyone knows the only aliens on Earth manipulating our governments are genetically modified humans from the future.
I've actually seen decent evidence to suggest that Aurora was never a plane, but a procedure - something to do with automated inflight refueling, and that's what the AU and R may have stood for. I forget what the rest of the acronym was.
I think that was BLACKSTAR
Blackswift is about as good as it gets.
Air Launch is hard.
and AN-225 are the only platforms that can do air launch with any real payloads, and AN-225 is cargo only these days--only ferrying Buran around for a bit.
Interim Hotol and MAKS, and Svityaz were only just possible.
I don't think Aurora existed, or it it did, it wound up melted
nah, Kirtland AFB, backs right up to Sandia Natnl labs
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