Eric Korpela on UFOs and Conspiracy Theories

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Message 1697002 - Posted: 30 Jun 2015, 10:50:21 UTC - in response to Message 1696949.  
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Avrai bevuto troppo Picolit. Ma perche' non scrivi in Italian Cafe, che io cerco invano di mantenere vivo, invece che qui?
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Message 1706885 - Posted: 31 Jul 2015, 2:10:29 UTC

After 50 years, some of the secrets of area 51 were declassified. Several people involved in that "venture" were interviewed by the author of a book titled, The Red Eagles. The atomic energy scientists used area 51 to develop the detonation trigger for the atomic bomb. The Skunk Works also worked there to pioneer stealth technology used by the B2 bomber and the F-22 fighter. The weird test planes gave observers with a rich imagination a lot of "evidence" about aliens. However, the red eagles were Russian MIGs used to train pilots in "Top Gun." Area 51's nickname was "Moon Lake."

Given your interest, you might enjoy the book.
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Message 1715206 - Posted: 19 Aug 2015, 8:42:52 UTC - in response to Message 1691987.  

Be careful what you say, you could end up like Sir Tim Hunt! :(

Nope...we must cherish our differences in equality we have now! ;)

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