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What are Aliens?•The universe was created 13.8 billion years ago.•Know there are billions of stars in our galaxy alone, each withmany planets.•In that much time wont at least 1 other planet will inhabitintelligent life?•Know that is there is a great possibility they are out there.•May have contacted us 1000’s of years in the past.
Stonehenge Cont. Composed of many rocks brought together to make a circle. Largest rock is known to be up to 30 feet and weigh 25 tons. There arent any stones near the sight for 156 miles. How where ancient civilizations with there limited technology able tomake the rocks stand upright and in some cases on top of eachother? Historians have trouble explaining. I believe aliens may have visited them and exposed them to theirtechnology.
Pyramids of Giza Cont. Stand about 450 feet tall. 2 ½ million blocks of limestone each weighing at 2 to 70 tons. The stones of the pyramid align together with such perfection it is lessand a fifth of an inch apart. Egyptians kept records about everything they ever did; every kingthey had, every war they fought, and everything that happen. Yetthere is no records for them ever building the pyramids. They were 747 feet in length and still perfect squares with 90˚ angles. How where the stones moved up to the top of the pyramid?
AREA 51: THE WORST-KEPT SECRET AROUNDBy Patrick J. KigerA 2009 Los Angeles Times article once called Area 51 “the most famous military institution in the world that doesn’t officially exist.” Since thetesting facility was founded in the 1950s on an abandoned World War II bombing and artillery range 80 miles north of Las Vegas, Area 51’spresence has been perhaps the worst-kept secret in the history of secrecy. The site does not appear on U.S. Geological Survey maps, andimages of the area have been deleted from recent government-produced satellite imagery. The Air Force long has responded to civilian requestsfor information about Area 51 by denying that there was a facility by that name, though in this 1998 letter, the service did acknowledge theexistence of an “operating location near Groom Dry Lake” that conducted classified activities.Nevertheless, newspaper articles, such as this 1955 United Press account of the crash of a secret plane at Area 51, long have routinely reportedthe existence of the secret base. And over the years, slip-ups occasionally put officials in the awkward position of having to walk back or scrubthe public record to remove confirmation of Area 51. This Space Review article reports, that in 1974, for example, astronauts on the Skylaborbital station innocently aimed their camera at Nevada and took pictures of the secret facility. (This CIA memo to then-agency director WilliamColby describes the resulting cover-up efforts.)Such efforts at enforcing secrecy had limited success. This 1980 Cox News Service dispatch, apparently based upon information leaked byaerospace industry sources, describes the testing of B-2 stealth bomber at the site. Other holes have been poked in the shroud by amateuraircraft spotters who’ve hovered for years around Area 51’s perimeter, laboriously scrutinizing the sky with binoculars and picking up bits andpieces and gradually assembling the puzzle. This 2005 Las Vegas Sun article profiles Glenn Campbell, the leader of a ragtag group of spotterscalled the Interceptors, who included a builder of scale models of secret aircraft and a former traffic engineer fixated on gravity research (a long-rumored activity at the site).Pictures taken by a Russian satellite and published on the Web in 2000, they confirmed what amateur aircraft spotters, conspiracy buffs andUFOologists had long assumed—thaat the site contained a complex of buildings, a gigantic hangar and a runway to enable testing of secret next-generation aircraft prototypes. From the Federation of American Scientists, here are the pictures, including some computer-enhancedversions, and a detailed analysis. FAS has even been able to track improvements made to Area 51, including a new 11,960-foot-long, 140-foot-wide runway that apparently was built in the 1990s to replace an older runway.In addition to U.S. experimental aircraft, the Air Force apparently has tested captured enemy planes at Area 51 as well. This 1984 AssociatedPress article mentions a captured Soviet MiG-21 that crashed nearby in 1984, killing the Air Force general who was piloting it.But whatever actually goes on inside Area 51, those real activities undoubtedly pale in comparison to the outlandish rumors. As this 1996 NewYork Times article notes, some UFOologists have suggested that the government may be testing captured extraterrestrial spacecraft inside therestricted site. The Internet rumor mill also maintains that wreckage and bodies of alien spacemen recovered from the alleged 1947 UFO crash inRoswell, New Mexico were spirited away to Area 51 for analysis and reverse-engineering. In the late 1980s, a man who claimed to be a formerArea 51 employee surfaced to claim that the military was developing an anti-matter-powered flying saucer there. (Here’s a TV newsinterview with him.)The state of Nevada actually has given nearby state route 375 the official name of the Extraterrestrial Highway, a tongue-in-cheek inducement tothe UFO-seeking tourists who pump dollars into the local economy. The “official” Area 51 website maintained by the Las Vegas TourismBureau, breathlessly notes rumors that Area 51 has been used “for the creation of exotic energy weapons, weather control experimentation andmost interesting, time travel and teleportation technology.”
InterviewMrs. Foggarty Do you think aliens ever came to earth? No, I don’t think they came to earth because aliens aremore of a non-fiction thing. They are more towardsfantasy and science fiction. How would you explain the building of Stonehenge andPyramids? They could have found an alternate method. A machinethat made heavy lifting easier. Back then people hadmuch time on there hands and could have made thesemonuments.
Questions Do you think aliens visited us in past? How many big pyramids are in Giza? Do you think aliens exist?
Follow-Up• If you want to learn more about aliens you canwatch the Ancient Aliens on the history channel.