Bob Lazar talks about S4 and ET UFOs

By | September 29, 2008

Bob Lazar talks about S4 and ET UFOs

Assuming Lazar is on the level, and some believe he isn’t, there are other possibilities besides aliens from another world. The “others” might be more advanced humans who went underground, a past ancient civilization that isolated itself in some hidden place on the earth, a compartmentalized project (our own secret craft), some other species (reptilian?) that evolved intelligence and is hiding out using advanced stealth technology (bigfoot suits?), etc.

2 thoughts on “Bob Lazar talks about S4 and ET UFOs

  1. Patrick

    If I had to bet on it, I’d guess by looking at this guy and listening to him, that he’s telling the truth, wouldn’t you, Xeno?

  2. Xeno Post author

    Lazar seems to believe what he says, true, but what about the supposed large quantities of non-radioactive element 115 (115 protons in the nucleus) which Lazar says generated an anti-gravity field used to power the disks?

    Bob Lazar stated that the Element 115 used as the fuel and gravity source in the “Sport Model” Flying Disc was stable. On February 2, 2004, scientists at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, in collaboration with researchers from the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research in Russia (JINR), announced that they discovered two new super-heavy elements, Element 113 and Element 115. The Isotope of Element 115, produced by bombarding an Americium-243 (95Am243) nucleus with a Calcium-48 (20Ca48) nucleus, rapidly decayed to Element 113. – GravityWarpDrive

    Some background:

    Atomic weight is not a weight, it is approximately equal to the number of protons and neutrons, with a little extra added by the electrons. The stability of the nucleus, and hence the atom’s radioactivity, is heavily dependent upon the number of neutrons it contains. … The most well-known form of plutonium, for example, has an atomic number of 94, since it has 94 protons, and with the 145 neutrons in its nucleus, an atomic weight of 239 (94 protons plus 145 neutrons). In World War II, its very existence was highly classified. A code number was developed: the last digit of the atomic number (94) and the last digit of the atomic weight (239). Thus, in some of the early documents examined by the Advisory Committee, the term 49 refers to plutonium. –

    From ATS:

    The isotope of Uup that was created had 173 neutrons and an atomic weight of 288, and the predicted stable isotope of Uup should have 184 neutrons and an atomic weight of 299.… As to whether or not that predicted model is correct is anyone’s guess. However, according to Joe Vaninetti’s diary, the stable isotope of the Uup used to fuel the discs has 156 neutrons and an atomic weight of 271. … If you aren’t aware of the Vaninetti aspect of Bob’s story, then you should give it a look. I’m not saying that one should believe Bob’s story because of this, I am saying that the 115 should neither be used as evidence for nor against Lazar.

    If there was a stable element 115 with only 156 neutrons, why wasn’t it created first by the process which created the unstable element 115 with 173 neutrons? Perhaps it was. Perhaps as with Plutonium, its very existence is highly classified.

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