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UFO conspiracy theories argue that various governments , and politicians globally, most especially the officials of Washington, D. Such conspiracy theories commonly argue that Earth governments, especially the Government of the United States , are in communication or cooperation with extraterrestrials despite public claims to the contrary, and further that some of these theories claim that the governments are explicitly allowing alien abduction.
Alien Hunter Explains Why He Won't Be Going to Area 51 to Look for 'Little Green Men'
Has man been visited by other races from other worlds? Explore the fascinating evidence for and against the existence of extraterrestrials. Less than miles from Las Vegas, is the most famous secret military installation on the planet: Area For decades, the U. But now, the secret is out. If you think about it, it'll likely be an alien machine that encounters our probes searching for intelligent life.
For UFO believers and conspiracy theorists, discovering the secrets of Area 51, a tightly guarded military installment in the Nevada desert, has always seemed like the ultimate if nearly impossible quest. For decades, there have been rumors of a massive federal coverup to disguise the fact that captured aliens and their spacecraft are being held at the facility. Nearly 2 million people have said they will turn out. While the gate-stormers are unlikely to come back with alien souvenirs, they are right that the government is trying to hide something. In the late s, I represented workers at Area 51 who were suffering from health issues and trying to find out what toxic substances they had been exposed to on the base.
Dozens of young, good-looking, often costumed people were running around filming each other with semi-professional video rigs. Or at least film themselves talking about it. Joining them was a ragged army of hundreds of stoners, UFO buffs, punk bands, rubberneckers, European tourists, people with way too much time on their hands, and meme-lords in Pepe the Frog costumes all here because of the Internet, the ironic and the earnest alike, for a party at the end of the earth. Lazar is a cult figure in UFO circles; he claims to have studied flying saucers at Area 51, the classified air force base in Nevada where the US government is rumored by some to make secret contact with extraterrestrial beings. One of those listeners was Matty Roberts, a college student, anime enthusiast and video gamer in Bakersfield, California. Things snowballed.
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Volume 49, Number 2, Summer Late one night I was returning to the base after a weekend visit with my family in Texas. I was driving on a totally deserted stretch of highway. The sky was moonless but very clear, and I could make out a range of ragged hills off to my left, silhouetted against the background of stars. Suddenly the entire countryside was lit up by a dazzling blue-green light, streaking across the sky just above the horizon.
Editor's note: What started as an internet joke has generated a stern military warning after more than a million people "signed up" to "raid" Area 51 a secretive military installation in Southern Nevada long fancied by conspiracy theorists to be hiding evidence of a crashed UFO with aliens. The purpose of the planned raid is in order to " see them aliens. Since you have a longstanding scholarly interest in extraterrestrial life and even wrote about the possibility of advanced civilizations in the distant past on Mars or Venus I presume you've canceled your classes for Sept. To be honest, I was completely unaware of this "raid" until you brought it to my attention! I work in SETI , the scientific search for extraterrestrial intelligence, and believe me, no one wants to find evidence of extraterrestrial life more than those of us in this field. We scour the skies for evidence of such extraterrestrial technologies with some of the most advanced equipment in the world for understanding what's going on in the sky, and we haven't found anything compelling yet.