Wednesday, 29 April 2015

Bob Lazar, Element 115 & UFOs: 25 Years Later

On 27th August 2013, a team of researchers and scientists at GSI from Lund University in Sweden, headed by Dirk Rudolph, reported the creation of 30 atoms of superheavy Element 115 (Ununpentium), an energy source which government whistleblower Robert "Bob" Lazar had claimed, back in 1989, was used to power alien spacecraft which the US government had allegedly captured and had been reverse engineering.

Lazar claimed he was a technician hired to carry out such reverse engineering on a flying saucer at S4, near Area 51. According to Lazar, there were a total of nine of these saucers which he saw stored there.

This amazing discovery confirms research which was already carried out in 2004 by scientists at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, in collaboration with the Joint Institute for National Research in Russia, after they announced the discovery of two new superheavy elements - Element 113 and Element 115.

The isotope of Element 115 was produced by bombarding an Americium-243 nucleus with a Calcium-48 nucleus.

Lazar claimed that S4 was provided with cylindrical discs of Element 115 (Ununpentium) which were then fused together, turned on a mill cone and had a wedge extracted from the centre. These wedges would allegedly then be inserted into a reactor on the bottom level of a flying saucer to be bombarded with protons in order to release anti-matter.

Despite many people believing that Bob Lazar is a fraud or disinfo agent, many other government sources, including Boyd Bushman (Senior Research Scientist at Lockheed Skunks Works) and John Lear (US Air Force pilot who has flown many missions for the CIA) have confirmed that Lazar is the real deal. Additionally, Lazar's court case also proved some of his claims about working for the Office of Naval Intelligence, as did documents retrieved from Los Alomos Labs along with a newspaper article from that time.

In 2014, 25 years after he originally came forward Bob Lazar was interviewed once again by George Knapp (see videos below). When Lazar mentioned the 2004 discovery of Element 115, Knapp responded by saying "but it wasn't stable."  Lazar agreed it wasn't stable. Neither Bob Lazar or George Knapp seemed to know about the creation of 30 atoms of superheavy Ununpentium in 2013 and didn't mention it.

Lazar has had numerous interviews and has passed polygraph testing with flying colours. Once thing is certain: he truly believes that what he is saying is the truth. His claims may also back up the claims of self-proclaimed alien abductees Betty and Barney Hill, who were allegedly abducted by aliens from Zeta Reticuli in 1961.



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