If Hillary Clinton were to declassify Area 51 files, would the public hear about UFOs and spy planes?Regardless of whether people are invested in extraterrestrial revelations, there is an important point to be made about Clinton's declassification discussions. "I would like to think that, whoever the president is that every piece of classified information that exists inside the federal government that is no longer necessary for our national security, should be declassified," he said.
Antonio La Rubia Aliens- alien sighting: on sept 15, 1977 a 33 year old bus driver noticed a UFO in a field across from his house. He tried to run but a bright light seemed to paralyze him and he was captured by robotic looking aliens with football heads and handless arms, with one podium like leg. He was later found lying in the same field hours later.
Project Grudge: While Area 51 was not a top-secret base designed to study extraterrestrials, the U.S. Air Force did study the existence of UFOs. Project Grudge was a short-lived program launched in 1949 to study unidentified flying objects. The mission followed an earlier program, known as Project Sign, which published a report in early 1949 stating that while some UFOs seemed to be actual aircraft, there was not enough data to determine their origins.
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Project Iceworm In the 1960s, the U.S. Army embarked on a secret mission to build a series of mobile nuclear missile launch sites under the Greenland ice sheet. codenamed Project Iceworm, to test its feasibility, the Army launched a cover project called "Camp Century". engineers built a network of underground buildings and tunnels, including living quarters, a communications center and a nuclear power plant.
Peter the Wild Boy 1785... "a feral 12 yr old found in the German forest in 1725. Peter walked on all fours, ate grass & leaves and never learned to speak.He was brought to London and lived at the castle,virtually a "pet". He is buried in Hertfordshire,England.
Svalbard Global Seed VaultIf Armageddon happens soon, any hope of bringing the world’s crops back is buried 390 feet under a Nordic mountain. The Svalbard Global Seed Vault on the island of Spitsbergen currently houses over 500,000 of the world’s plant species.