Tonopah Test RangePenn and Teller Bullshit S08E06 Area51 Part(1/2)
Tonopah Test Range (TTR), also known as Area 52, is a restricted military installation located about 30 miles (48 km) southeast of Tonopah, Nevada. It is part of the northern fringe of the Nellis Range, measuring 625 sq mi (1,620 km2). Tonopah Test Range is located about 70 miles (110 km) northwest of Groom Dry Lake, home of the Area 51 facility. Like the Groom Lake facility, Tonopah is a site of interest to conspiracy theorists, mostly for its use of experimental and classified aircraft. As such, it is not the focus of alien enthusiasts, unlike its neighbor. It is currently used for nuclear weapons stockpile reliability testing, research and development of fusing and firing systems, and testing nuclear weapon delivery systems. The airspace comprises restricted area R-4809 of the Nevada Test and Training Range and is often used for military training.
The Tonopah Test Range is owned by the United States Department of Energy and is managed by Sandia National Laboratories, a division of Lockheed-Martin, which operates the Tonopah Test Range under an Air Force permit with the National Nuclear Security Administration.
Penn and Teller Bullshit S08E06 Area51 Part(2/2)
P & T, I say 'Bullsh*t" to you, when towards the end of this NWO comedic tour, you showed a video of three lights in the sky, all the same size, and apparently floating to Earth in a smooth manner.
The person you got the video from said they thought it might of been some type of Area 51 secret project, but behind their backs, you laughed them off as crazy, saying the lights were flares.
I served in the US Army and went on nighttime maneuvers. I'm here to tell you personally that flares aren't perfectly round, and DON'T give off a constant illumination. And due to the parachute they're attached to, they fall to Earth in random, haphazard manner, with the light getting duller the closer the flare gets to the ground.
How much do the PTB pay you to make fun of people asking serious questions?
Lots of money; fresh Peruvian flake and an assortment of call girls ( Or maybe call boys? Into that Ted Hagard thing?) that drop by on a regular basis?
BTW Penn, you were born in 1955, so you still could of got into some action in SE Asia, but I can 't seem to find the branch of service in which you served your county.
Teller, that goes double for you. You were born in 1948 and would of been of prime draft age back in 1966-67.
Did either one of you get drafted or did you run and hide like the DICK, Cheney and other associated draft dodgers who are now the ones cheering on these endless 'Wars for Wall Street and Israel.'
Bet you both got college deferments, stayed in school, went to keggers and chased hot looking babes, since a LOT of their boyfriends were in Vietnam, getting their asses shot at.
And that 9/11 thing, where you make fun of people trying to find answers to those questions that won't go away, is despicable.
People seeking 9/11 truth should be encouraged, not made the butt of lame-ass jokes.
You two are below loathsome.
UPDATE: Top 10 Most Sinister PSYOPS Mission Patches
Mission patches are used by military and space organizations to identify, symbolize and describe a mission’s objectives and its crew. This tradition is also observed in the shady world of PSYOPS where each secret mission of the Pentagon gets its patch. These patches offer a rare glimpse into the Pentagon’s secret operations and the symbolism on them is rather striking: ominous and cryptic phrases, dark occult symbolism, references to secret societies, and sometimes even a rather dark sense of humor. Here’s the top 10 most sinister PSYOPS patches.Source: Vigilant Citizen
As it is nearly impossible to obtain information regarding these highly classified endeavours, mission patches offer a rare glimpse into the world of PSYOPS. Even if one is not well-versed in symbolism, it is easy to perceive a sinister “vibe” emanating from the patch designs. Laced with strange symbols, ominous creatures, obscure Latin phrases and even dark humor, these patches reflect the mindstate of those wearing the patches.
The trailblazer in this area of research is Trevor Paglen, who, in 2008, published the book “I Could Tell You But Then You Would Have to be Destroyed by Me: Emblems from the Pentagon’s Black World”. By the means of hundreds of Freedom of Information requests, he obtained and analyzed forty mission patches.
I'm no wussy, but some of those weird looking patches and sinister Latin phrases gave me the creeps.
Here's a link to the entire book and it's free to read.