I was watching this documentary on TV about UFO's and they claim now that the US base dealing with them is not area 51, but another base which is just a training base, but nicknamed area 52. For one thing it is massive compared to the ground 51 covers and goes for miles.
One thing is certain that it is defiantly testing all sorts of tech and other things which they don't want other people or nations to know about.
One of the things that the TV show claimed was that it has a weapon that can bring down any flying object, be it ET or man made. For several things have crashed onto the ground it covers. Including a man made space probe that was out of control. Now sceptics claim that because the area 52 covers such a vast area, that anything falling out of the sky is just chance.
Now much as would like to believe they are shooting down ET, both explanations seem a little far fetched to me. For I can't see the reason for shooting down a space probe made at great expense by the USA. However it's a good idea to use both explanations to put people off what they are really up to.
The facts are that objects crash into the site way too often to be co-incidence. But it is not a weapon to shoot them down. In other words the objects were falling out of the sky and somehow landed in that place.
To me there is only one explanation. The USA have developed the Star Trek "Tractor Beam".
Of course in the TV shows and film they have precise control of the object that the beam latches onto. But that is fantasy. What they have at Area 52 is a tractor beam that can guide an object only. They can't control the speed of the object and I don't think they have any real control of where it lands. But they can make it change direction.
If you think about it that would be very useful technology. For it could guide a meteor or crashing space object, as in that probe, to a place where it would do less damage.
Most of the technological stuff in Star Trek was thought about and the series did work with NASA on it. Many scientist have developed things from watching Star Trek, so it's not stupid to think that somebody has been secretly developing the Tractor Beam.
Education for anyone aged 12 to 16 has made a mess of the world!