Hotel Closest To Area 51 Fully Booked As Almost 2,000,000 People Pledge To Storm the Secret Base

Deep in Lincoln County, Nevada, U.S, lies one of the most confidential locations on planet earth. The highly classified region is home to The United States States Air Force Facility, or at least, that’s what they want you to believe.

This forbidden zone has been apart of mainstream media ever since it’s inception and has fueled many speculations as to what is really going on there. This area is none other than Area 51.

The region has become the subject of many conspiracy theorists and UFO (Unidentified Flying Object) enthusiast. It is widely speculated that the region holds secret information relating to extraterrestrial life and many have even reported numerous UFO sighting throughout the forbidden location.

Area 51 Enthusiasts Booking Hotels For The Raid

Recently more than 2 million persons have volunteered to be “Tributes” to uncover Area 51’s hidden secrets. The event organized via the social media platform Facebook has garnered the whole world’s attention.

What started as a simple meme, according to the Campaign’s developer Matty Roberts, is quickly turning into a reality. Mr. Roberts, as a result, is starting to get nervous as to the possibility that he might face legal ramifications if the Area 51 raid is executed. Speaking from a confidential identity, the Raid creator had indicated that the whole situation was intended as a joke. Subsequently, his words should not be taken seriously.

The Facebook event became so widespread across the media, that it had even attracted the attention of the United States Air Force. The Air Force released a statement warning the prospective raiders that it “stands ready to protect America and its assets “. The spokesperson, Laura McAndrews further elaborated that the facility’s guards had been instructed to retaliate with force if the premises was invaded.

The Little A’Le’In Near Area 51

However, the prospect raiders are adamant in their pursuit to invade the confidential location despite warnings by the Air Force. This can be seen in the rise in hotel bookings around Area 51, with some such as Little A’Le’In being fully booked out.

Their close proximity to the base makes these hotels a perfect location for Area 51 enthusiast. Connie West, the “Little Alien’s “owner reported to NPR news outlet that business has been booming as a result of the prospective raid. Her hotel located 26 miles from the Air Force facility, consists of ten rooms and they have already been filled. She also has offered to use her 30 acres of land to hold Area 51 campers and at least 60 people have already indicated their interest.

What simply started as a joke has quickly turned in a serious situation within a couple of weeks. This not only shows the power of social media but the notoriety of Area 51. The facebook event creator is beginning to regret what he has started but is it too late? The only thing that is certain with regards to this possible invasion is uncertainty; the uncertainty of what Area 51 might reveal. The questions one should be asking should include: “Are we ready?”, “Will ET be found?”. Stay tuned to find out later this year as the enthusiast begins their preparation for the event which is scheduled to take place on September 20.

Swarm of flying ants over Britain is visible from space

(MSN) – The insects swept the southern part of the country early Wednesday morning in swarms so large they could be seen from space, according to the U.K. Met Office, which is the country’s national weather service. The flying ant invasion was picked up by a weather radar that mistook them for rain. “These ants are a particular size and they are probably hovering at a certain height in the atmosphere towards the

base of a cloud, and the sheer number of them would suggest there’s enough for the radar systems to pick up,” said BBC Weather presenter and meteorologist Simon King. King told the BBC that it was the biggest swarm of insects he had seen in the United Kingdom and was a more common sight in parts of the United States. Twitter users captured the phenomenon and the influx of seagulls that came with it. The huge number of flying ants is a yearly occurrence known as Flying Ant Day. READ MORE

Doctor Breaks Down the Complexities of Human Body That Prove God

Dr. Tommy Mitchell has gone through a spiritual evolution. The medical doctor, who once embraced theistic evolution, is now a young-Earth creationist who speaks and writes for Christian ministry Answers in Genesis.

Mitchell recently shared his story on an episode of’s “Answering Atheists,” focusing on some important details that convinced him of the complexities surrounding the human body. He also shared why he believes many doctors overlook these realities.

“Most of the doctors I worked with for years and years and years were atheists,” he said. “This whole issue of the complexity of the body just doesn’t really come up because you’re so busy taking care of grandma, you don’t sit back and go, ‘The heart or the kidney or whatever is so wonderful.’”

As for Mitchell’s own observations about the human body, he laid out a compelling case for why it all cannot possibly be the result of an accident.

Watch him break down his reasoning below:

“When you stop and really consider the complexities of the body — whether it’s the homeostatic mechanisms that allow the temperature to remain constant, or the acid-base levels to remain within very tight limits, or the way the kidney helps regulate the blood pressure and the fluid balance, or the blood-clotting proteins and they all have to be in exactly the same place at exactly the right concentrate or a small cut on your finger will cause you to bleed to death [it is compelling],” Mitchell said.

He continued, “When you really stop and take one step back and consider how enormously complex the body is, there’s no possibility it could be an accident.”

The doctor also spoke about his transformation from theistic evolution to young-Earth creationism, noting that the change-of-heart required some “unlearning a lot of the things” he had been taught.

“We Can Stop All of You:” Air Force Warns that They Are Ready to Protect Area 51

It started as a bit of a joke, but now the US Air Force (USAF) has told people not to go near Area 51.

As we have reported last week more than a million people have RSVP’d to an event on Facebook, planning a raid on Area 51 in southern Nevada to “see them aliens.”

The event, titled, “Storm Area 51, They Can’t Stop All of Us,”

would see a group of alien hunters meeting at 3 a.m. on Sep. 20, 2019 near the top-secret USAF Base to coordinate a plan of attack to reveal the truth behind the curtain. Thousands have commented on the page, which reads: “We will ‘Naruto run’ with our arms stretched behind us like Naruto Uzumaki in the Japanese anime series “Naruto.” We can move faster than their bullets.”

A spokeswoman for the Air Force has told The Washington Post it is “ready to protect America and its assets”.

Facebook user Jackson Barnes wrote on the event page: “Hello US government, this is a joke, and I do not actually intend to go ahead with this plan”.

“I just thought it would be funny and get me some thumbsy uppies on the Internet. I’m not responsible if people decide to actually storm area 51.”
But the Air Force isn’t seeing the funny side.

“[Area 51] is an open training range for the US Air Force, and we would discourage anyone from trying to come into the area where we train American armed forces,” the spokeswoman said.
Area 51 has the been the focus of enormous interest among a significant segment of the public for decades — an interest that inevitably spawned books, articles, and a variety of documentaries.

For some enthusiasts Area 51 was a clandestine site for UFOs and extraterrestrials, but it is better understood as a U.S. government facility for the testing of a number of U.S. secret aircraft projects —

including the U-2, OXCART, and the F-117. Declassified documents help demonstrate the central role that Area 51 played in the development of programs such as the F-117, and the operational employment of the aircraft. Other declassified documents reveal Area 51’s role in testing foreign radar systems and, during the Cold War, secretly obtained Soviet MiG fighters.

Benton County wildfire burns nearly 42,000 acres near Rattlesnake Mountain

A wildfire in Benton County near the Yakima County line has grown to 41,920 acres, according to the Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR). The fire wa1s 61% contained Friday evening.

The Cold Creek Fire broke out Thursday on State Route 24 and jumped onto Rattlesnake Mountain, according to Benton County Fire Protection District #2. It is burning on the north slope of the mountain.

The fire nearly doubled in size overnight Thursday due to persistent winds, according to DNR.

Crews had planned to pre-burn the top of Rattlesnake Mountain to diminish fuel for the fire but decided to hold off on that measure until Friday, because crews “believe we can keep the fire contained where it’s at,” according to Benton County fire officials.

High winds and tough accessible terrain prevented crews from getting a good handle on the fire Thursday.

In early June, Benton County Fire said they put an alternate dozer line on the south side of the mountain as a preventative measure for this type of wildfire.

“We are hopeful this line will hold if it jumps the top of the mountain,” Benton County fire officials said in a Facebook post.

Smoke from the Cold Creek Fire could be seen on GOES satellite Thursday afternoon. Satellite footage showed how the fire progressed, as well as the ground it had burned. Scarring from the Powerline Fire, which scorched at least 7,800 acres

Residents who live north of Acord Road are advised to turn on sprinklers or wet their yards and be prepared to evacuate if necessary, according to Benton County fire officials.

Several agencies responded to the wildfire, including Benton County Fire, Hanford Fire, Tri-Cities Fire, Walla Walla Fire, Bureau of Land Management, and U.S. Fish and Wildlife.

Irrigation tunnel collapse threatens 104,000 acres of farmland

FORT LARAMIE – A portion of a tunnel on the Gering-Fort Laramie irrigation canal has caused water to back up and breach the canal a mile upstream from the collapse and will essentially bring irrigation along the canal to a halt until it is repaired.

More than 104,000 acres of farmland in Wyoming and Nebraska could be affected by the collapse and the ensuing lack of irrigation water.

According to Division 1 water superintendent Brian Pugsley, the tunnel collapsed sometime in the early morning hours of July 17.

“All we know right now is that sometime early this morning, the number two tunnel on the Gering-Fort Laramie canal collapsed,” Pugsley said. “Essentially, it plugged the tunnel and in turn it backed water up into the canal and essentially breached the canal approximately a mile upstream from that tunnel.”

Bureau of Reclamation spokesperson Jay Dallman said the incident happened sometime around 3 a.m. July 17.

“During the early morning hours today, somewhere around 3 or 3:30 a.m., the Goshen Irrigation District became aware of a problem in the Fort Laramie canal because of some high and low water alarms on the canal,” Dallman said. “When they investigated, they had this apparent collapse in the tunnel a mile and a half south of Fort Laramie. They then shut the water off at Whalen Dam.”

Dallman said the GID personnel contacted the Bureau to stop water flows out of Guernsey Reservoir.

“They called us and asked us the reduce flows out of Guernsey reservoir, which we did,” Dallman said . “Now there is no water going into the For t Laramie canal. There are 13 miles of canal there, and that water has to go somewhere before we can get the tunnel dewatered to even do the inspection.”

Pugsley said the Goshen Irrigation District (GI D) i s currently pumping water out of the tunnel downstream from the collapse. Until the water is gone, he said, it’s impossible to know how much of the tunnel collapsed, how it will be repaired or how long it will take to be repaired.

“We don’t know,” he said. “We don’t have any idea . All I know right now is that GID is working on pumping what water is still in the tunnel from the downstream side. They were going to start pumping water out of that. They were going to bring some engineers in from the Bureau of Reclamation to do some evaluation or analysis on what the extent of damage is.”

According to a press release from the GI D, approximately 104,000 acres of farmland in Wyoming and Nebraska use the canal to irrigate.

“The districts are working to assess the extent of the damage and formulating plans to repair the tunnel and canal bank,” the press release said. “At this time, there is no projection of how long it will take to complete the repairs and restore the canal to service.”

The loss of the irrigation canal could prove disastrous for local farmers who rely on it, as temperatures for the next 10 days will remain in the 80s and 90s with sunny conditions.

Is A New US Mideast War Inevitable?

In 1951, Turkey ended a neutrality dating to the end of World War I and joined NATO. In the seven decades since, there has been no graver crisis in U.S.-Turkish relations than the one that erupted this week.

Turkey has just received the first components of a Russian S-400 air and missile defense system, despite U.S. warnings this would require the cancellation of Turkey’s purchase of 100 F-35 Joint Strike Fighters.

“The F-35 cannot coexist with a Russian intelligence collection platform that will be used to learn about its advanced capabilities,” said the White House.

The sale has been canceled. The Turkish pilots and instructors training in the U.S. are being sent home. Contracts with Turkish companies producing parts for the F-35 are being terminated. Under U.S. law, the administration is also required to impose sanctions on Turkey for buying Russian weaponry.

Wednesday, the Pentagon warned Turkey against military action in an area of Syria where U.S. troops are deployed. The Turks appear to be massing for an incursion against U.S.-backed Syrian Kurdish forces Ankara regards as terrorist allies of the Kurdish PKK inside Turkey.

How America and Turkey avoid a collision that could wreck NATO, where the Turks field the second-largest army in the alliance, is not easy to see.

U.S. hawks are already calling for the expulsion of Turkey from NATO. And expulsion of U.S. forces and nuclear weapons from the Incirlik air base in Turkey in retaliation is not out of the question.

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan sounds defiant: “We have begun to receive our S-400s. … God willing, they will have been installed in their sites by April 2020. … The S-400s are the strongest defense system against those who want to attack our country. Now the aim is joint production with Russia. We will do that.”

While potentially the most crucial of recent developments in the Middle East, the U.S.-Turkish situation is not the only one.

The UAE is pulling its forces out of Yemen as Congress seeks to restrict U.S. support for Saudi forces fighting Houthi rebels there and to sanction Riyadh for the murder of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi.

If the UAE pulls out, and the U.S. cuts its military aid, the Saudis cannot prevail in a war they have been unable to win with our help after four years of fighting. And if the Houthis win, the Saudis and Sunni Arabs lose, and Iran wins.

This week, to strengthen the U.S. presence for any confrontation with Iran, President Donald Trump is sending 500 additional U.S. troops to Saudi Arabia.

While the U.S. and Iran have thus far avoided a military or naval clash that could ignite a major war, the “maximum pressure” sanctions Trump has imposed are choking Iran’s economy to death. How this ends in a negotiated resolution and not a shooting war remains difficult to see.

In Doha, Qatar, the U.S. is negotiating with the Taliban over the conditions for a withdrawal of the 14,000 U.S. troops still in Afghanistan. And with the Taliban controlling more of the countryside than they have since being ousted from power in 2001, and conducting regular suicide bombings in Afghan cities and towns, it is hard to see how this Kabul regime and its army prevail in a civil war when we are gone, when they could not while we were there.
In this new century, leaders of both parties have plunged our country into at least five wars in the Middle and Near East.

In 2001, after ousting the Taliban and driving al-Qaida out, we decided to use our power and ideas to build a new democratic Afghanistan. In 2003, we invaded and occupied Iraq to create a pro-Western bastion in the heart of the Middle East.

In 2011, Barack Obama ordered U.S. planes to attack Colonel Gadhafi’s forces in Libya. We brought him down. Obama then backed Syrian rebels to overthrow the dictator Bashar Assad. In 2015, U.S. forces supported a Saudi war to roll back the Houthi rebels’ victory in Yemen’s civil war.

None of these wars has produced a victory or success for us.

But taken together, they did produce a multitrillion-dollar strategic and human rights disaster. Meanwhile, China gained much from having its great rival, the world’s last superpower, thrashing about ineffectually in the forever wars of the Middle East.

“Great nations do no fight endless wars,” said Trump.

Yes, they do. As the British, French, Germans, Japanese and Russians showed in the last century, that is how they cease to be great nations.