Area 51.

I have never heard of Area 51.

Since Shackman who suggested this title for this post is off grid sans a computer, I wouldn’t be any wiser till I read his post, if he ever writes at all.

From what I have gathered in the Wikipedia entry for it, I am glad that I am ignorant about this subject.

I am sorry that I am unable to contribute anything more on the subject.

Shackman has suggested this week’s topic. You can see what the other writers of the LBC have to say in their respective blogs.  Maria, Pravin, Ashok and Shackman.

14 thoughts on “Area 51.”

  1. Aw come on- extra terrestrials are funtospeculate on LOL – maybe of is a uniquely western phenomenon. Still no computer but I shall return.

  2. I have always been fascinated by area 51 and all the lore that surrounds it.
    I have never had a problem believing that we are not the only intelligent
    (odd choice of adjective) beings in the universes.
    I feel we have been and are visited by others. and why our governments keep it such a secret is beyond me. it’s such a part now of modern culture that people deserve to know what’s going on. pilots and astronauts have encountered UFO’s and have spoken of it publicly.
    perhaps if we broadened our scope and became ‘earthlings’ we would lose so much of the negativity and racism for our earthly brothers!
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    1. I strongly believe that there are beings like us or perhaps even more advanced / less advanced than us out there in many of the planets in space. I just don’t want to spend time on pursuing research on the possibilities and speculating.

  3. This means you’ve never seen my favorite movie, Independence Day; that saddens me… lol Since I don’t believe in aliens I know that’s not what it’s for but I used to hope it could be. Now that I really know what it is and what it’s for, I must admit to being a little disappointed… sigh… 🙂
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  4. I suspect there are many such areas around the world…and probably in very remote places with only a few personnel in the know. There have always been curious people, scientists – either with degrees or not.

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