YUP!Originally posted by selfAdjoint
Mr. Knapp justifies his and Chuck's activities as "patriotic" and he carefully never mentions felony. Like it or not, the secrecy at Area 51 and elsewhere is supported by Federal law, and persistent lawbreakers, however justified they feel, are going to get tossed in the clink, and no judge in the land will buy their patriotism defence.
Whoops. I forgot.Originally posted by PhysicsRocks88
There couldn't possibly be trouble at area 51; it doesn't exist.
Originally posted by selfAdjoint
Back in the old days it was where they tested the stealth aircraft like the SR-51 and I believe the B-2. What they are doing now, I don't want to know, and I don't want al Quaida to know either. Being a nation means having some secrets from the public. You can't find out anywhere online the real secret of making a hydrogen bomb, although there are scads of pretenders.
So what is your point? We all know this.Originally posted by PhysicsRocks88
It may or may not be that making a hydrogen bomb is not online. However, there are more than enough instructions in books.
It's no secret, just like it's no secret how to fly to pluto. It's the doing it part that is difficult.