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The riddle of China's Area 51

Tuesday, August 15, 2006

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What began as a curious query by a German internet user, has now got people from all sides speaking. A terrain viewed on Google Earth seems to have unravelled one of China's military secrets; a military area quite similar to America's Area 51.

Sources close to the area have not denied its existence though the scale of military activities seem to be more than what was perceived.

I have only one concern as of now: There is a conspiracy theory doing rounds that Neil Armstrong landed on Area 51 rather than the moon..Now, if the secrecy of this area will be revealed, will China drop its mission to the moon next year!!!?

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posted by Anand, 3:14 AM

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