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Bob Lazar 25 Years Later

Submitted by on May 15, 2014 – 5:51 AM9 Comments | 4,392 views

 

He really has nothing more to say than he ever has, except for a little bit of back peddling.

Even compulsive conspiracy believer Stanton Friedman can’t get behind Lazar. I am not certain whether that discredits Lazar, or stems from Friedman being jealous of someone who might really know what is going on, but others have tried to confirm Lazar’s background, and failed utterly.

As for Lazar’s claims of the fuel for these craft, Element 115, it is better known as Ununpentium and we have created it under laboratory conditions It is so unstable as to only be able to remain in existence for only the tiniest fractions of a second, as told in this article about its discovery

If you have a yen for the history of this, here is a documentary on Lazar.

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I would like nothing more than the proof of various cryptids, alien civilizations, even alien visitors to be found. But that proof will come only through rigorous science and objective analysis, and by holding evidence to the highest standards of scrutiny. Born in south eastern Pennsylvania, i have found myself at one time or another living in Chicago, Cleveland, Raleigh-Durham, on the island of Kaua'i and finally landed on the Olympic Peninsula of Washington State. I have turned my hand to various professions from early work in 3d graphics to historic building restoration, carpentry and log home building to working in a bronze art foundry on the WWII Veterans Memorial. Currently I am a writer, script writer and working for a non profit organization called Empowerment Through Connection which is involved in equine assisted therapy for veterans, at risk teens and women.

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  • Arclight

    I wonder…most of the law enforcement community has access to programs and other data bases that reveal anything from financial information to what vehicles you have owned to where you paid rent or purchased real estate. It would be highly unusual for any of Lazar’s information to be lacking from any of these induces…

    If Lazar were to be targeted by law enforcement, for a crime, like maybe “unauthorized release of classified information”, or has some type of negative contact with police, in the suspect category, investigators would then data mine the system for Lazar. At that time his “erased” identity would be revealed… if he has one…

  • mustangmorris

    Lazar is full of B S . Just listening to him drone on , there’s no doubt he’s making it up. And Stanton Friedman is a carpet bagger praying on peoples wish’s and fears

  • RednGreen

    I don’t know what to think of this. What has he gained if he did make all this up? On the other side of that, if what he is saying is true, how is this guy still alive or not locked up for what I’m certain would be considered divulging extremely sensitive confidential information? Sure he said there were attempts on his life, but one would have to believe they would most certainly have eliminated him if they really wanted to.

  • Prince Akeem

    you sound terrified of the truth. this guy passed every lie detector test he was given and even his background was verified. everything he said has stayed consistent. you probably believe in a jesus but call this guy a liar despite the veracity of his testimony, including element 115. But you are terrified so I forgive your coping mechanisms of dismissing his claims as lies with such spite and resentment. It’s typical.

  • mustangmorris

    Seems to me this crap is your religion pal so your going to believe it no matter what. Terrified ? of what. Its nuts like you that scare me.

  • Henry

    Because he did not gain anything is not proof of his honesty, it could as easily be that he simply failed in the attempt.

  • Henry

    No part of his education or other credentials has been verified. The only part of his story that is verified is that he worked at Groom Lake, but nothing about what position he held there is given.

    Element 115 has been created in laboratory conditions, as said in the link posted above in the article, but again, is so unstable as to exist only for the smallest fractions of a second before breaking apart, as is true with all heavy elements theorized to exist above the high end of the known periodic table.

    The burden of proof is on Lazar, and his following, to show the truth of his statements. None has yet manifested.

  • Jon

    So they did prove he worked at Groom Lake then? Are most of the positions that were there easy to confirm or is it all fairly secretive for anyone who worked there? Just wondering.

  • http://GhostTheory.com/ Henry

    A name by first initial and last name that match his appears on a list of employees. No positions held appear on the list. That is the beginning and end of his credentials. Professors he claims to have studied under say they have no recollection of him, schools he claims to have attended have no record of him, professionals who have spoken to him say he has little or no knowledge of the field he claims to hold a degree in, there are no records of him ever working in his field except for his claims about Area 51.