Here's Bob's own comments on his background and address to the skeptics. People associate Bob with John Lear who has some way-out there opinions... yet clearly Bob is more reserved than John. His limited relationship with John becomes clear in this video. Scientists too can have healthy, humourous friendships with people - all types of people with all types of opinions Area 51 Revisited Part 2 - Bob Lazar at C2C 15th nov 2009
Listen to Bob speak throughout these videos- he is clearly technically minded. Global disinfo campaigns don't happen? BS! Look at the shit thrown at Julian Assange. Imagine what would happen to him if he tried to speak out 20 years ago and had no means such as the internet to easily distribute his message and the evidence wasn't handed to him on a CD.
Now, to my knowledge, the Ununpentium 115 isotope described by Bob has not yet been synthesised. Skeptics suggest this indicates Bob's claims are false.
Listen to Bob's comments here:Area 51 Revisited Part 6 - Bob Lazar at C2C 15th nov 2009
Wrong. The scientific case for his claim regarding this element is still out and more substantial experiment, material testing and analysis will be required.http://lucianarchy.proboards.com/index.c....ead=5137&page=1
For more background, there is a balanced write upof element 115 here:
'Element 115 also falls in the center of the theoretical island of stability. The most stable isotope of ununpentium is predicted to be Uup-299, containing the theorized "magic number" of 184 neutrons. The most neutron rich isotope to date is Uup-288, which contains only 173 neutrons...
There is much debate regarding the possibility of a stable isotope of element 115. The element is expected to lie within the island of stability and recent results have confirmed its existence (see ununquadium). The recent synthesis of two isotopes of ununpentium has been taken to suggest that the existence of a stable isotope is unlikely. However, many critics fail to appreciate the nature of closed magic shells. In particular, most people focus solely on the much-talked-about N=184 shell. It should be pointed out that this is not the only closed magic neutron shell. Calculations have indicated a closed deformed magic shell at N=196 and a spherical closed shell at N=228. 'http://en.academic.ru/dic.nsf/enwiki/42248
One should be aware of the statistical / probabilistic limitations of heavy nucleon experiment wrt to confirmation and refinement of theoretical models and related calculations/ predictions as to islands of stability. With these aspects in mind, my statement above in terms of 'the case is still out' for Uup115 are valid.
'...a sufficiently stable isotope is not known at this time that would allow chemical experiments to confirm its position. It was first observed in 2003 and only about 30 atoms of ununpentium have been synthesized to date, with just 4 direct decays of the parent element having been detected. Four consecutive isotopes are currently known, 287-290Uup, with 289Uup having the longest measured half-life of ~220 ms, although the isotope 290Uup may well have an even longer half-life (only a single decay has been measured leading to poor accuracy).'http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ununpentium
Interestingly for Element 115 (=the number of protons), an up-to-date view of the island of stability from the American Physical Society is shown here:http://cdn.physorg.com/newman/gfx/news/hires/six-new-isotopes.jpghttp://physics.aps.org/view_image/3539/large/1http://cdn.physorg.com/newman/gfx/news/hires/nuclearmissi.jpghttp://physics.aps.org/viewpoint-for/10.1103/PhysRevLett.104.142502
Here are some other articles of interest:
'Discovery could challenge established theory of the nucleus'http://www.physorg.com/news202020721.htmlhttp://www.physorg.com/news199711994.html
'Six new isotopes of the superheavy elements discovered
Information gained from the new isotopes will contribute to a better understanding of the theory of nuclear shell structure, which underlies predictions of an "Island of Stability," a group of long-lasting isotopes thought to exist amidst a sea of much shorter-lived, intrinsically unstable isotopes of the superheavy elements...
Ellison says, "In the grand scheme, the theoretical predictions were pretty good" when the actual measurements were compared to the decay properties predicted by modern nuclear models. "But there were small-scale interesting differences."
In particular, the heaviest new isotopes, those of 114 and copernicium, showed smaller energies associated with the alpha decay than theory predicts. These discrepancies can be used to refine the theoretical models used to predict the stability of the superheavy elements.
As Gregorich puts it, "our new isotopes are on the western shore of the Island of Stability"—the shore that's less stable, not more. Yet the discovery of six new isotopes, reaching in an unbroken chain of decays from element 114 down to rutherfordium, is a major step toward better understanding the theory underlying exploration of the region of enhanced stability that is thought to lie in the vicinity of element 114—and possibly beyond.'http://www.physorg.com/news/2010-10-isotopes-superheavy-elements.html
Nuclear missing link created at last: Superheavy element 117 (Update)
...The experiment produced six atoms of element 117. For each atom, the team observed the alpha decay from element 117 to 115 to 113 and so on ...http://www.physorg.com/news189797683.html
More related information:http://www.scidacreview.org/0704/html/unedf.htmlhttp://www.scidacreview.org/0704/html/unedf1.htmlhttp://www.phys.utk.edu/news/2010/physics-teacher-09-17-2010.pdf
In our solar system, the superheavy elements lie in a difficult, hard-to-reach realm - created only through experimental synthesis, being subject to a good degree of uncertainty. Great insights have already been made... and perhaps, there are more to come.
Refer to Bob's claims on thermoelectric conversion in the alien craft, post the antimatter reaction process. This article on scientific developments related to thermoelectric conversion may be of interest:http://www.physorg.com/news177761180.html
Other pieces of information:
At approximately 4.40min into this (2009) interview Bob Lazar makes brief reference to a 'geo-organ' as described into an alleged MJ-12 Roswell autopsy document which can be read at:http://lucianarchy.proboards.com/index.cgi?action=display&board=ef&thread=8972&page=1
In Ed Fouche's (1998) book, Alien Rapture, there are two separate MJ-12 documents which have not been seen elsewhere and are not available at majesticdocuments.com
The first of these is apparently part of the missing "Attachment D" first referenced in the Eisenhower Briefing Document. It is entitled "OPERATION MAJESTIC 12 PRELIMINARY ANALYTICAL REPORT, ATTACHMENT D, PART B, Section 3, Preliminary Autopsy of Extraterrestrial Biological Entity (s)" It is dated 5th July 1947 and purports to have been authored by Dr. Detlev Bronk at Roswell AAFB.
Read more: http://lucianarchy.proboards.com/index.cgi?action=display&board=ef&thread=8972&page=1#ixzz18t907AutArea 51 Revisited Part 12 - Bob Lazar at C2C 15th nov 2009
It would be interesting to know if Bob made this claim prior to 1997/1998 (he first went public in 1989). Did Bob make the claim prior to public release of Ed's Alien Rapture? I believe Col. Corso also made reference to a 'geo organ' in his 1997 book 'The Day After Roswell'. One to look into...
OTF's recent post raises the mathematical symbols seen by Bob Lazar. Given also his geo-organ comments, I wonder if there is a strong link to Roswell. I have previously noted the CARET LAP symbol similarity to the Roswell symbols described by Jesse Marcel Jr. I posted this on OMF:
Together with my comparison to the hydrogen wavefunctions and electron cloud patterns modelled in physics, there appears to be a very strong similarity between the CARET symbols and the Roswell I-beam symbols drawn and demonstrated by Jesse Marcel Jr.http://roswellproof.homestead.com/beams_symbols_compare.html
Now watch the video report on Discovery Science: The World's Strangest UFO Stories. Roswell
Take particular note of part 2 and part 3 of this video below. It gives the witness account of M.D. Jesse Marcel Junior and his statements on the Roswell debris and the I-beam symbols discovered by his father in 1947. Stanton Friedman interviewed Major Jesse Marcel Senior as part of his Roswell investigation.
PART I[DSC] WSUS - Roswell The Truth-1.avi
PART II[DSC] WSUS - Roswell The Truth-2.avi
PART III[DSC] WSUS - Roswell The Truth-3.avi
PART IV[DSC] WSUS - Roswell The Truth-4.avi
PART V[DSC] WSUS - Roswell The Truth-5.avi
In the same video, part 3, Dave Thomas reiterates USAF claims regarding Project Mogul that the funny symbols on the Roswell 'weather balloon' were actually scotch tape inlaid with symbols used for a certain type of toy. However Jesse Marcel Junior refutes the USAF claims and states that these symbols are NOT the same. Jesse shows his reproduction of the Roswell I-beam symbols. Beware the disinformation and fake symbols out there on the internet regarding these symbols. (See part 3 of the videos above, 6.10min onwards)
Jesse Marcel Jr's affadavit of the Roswell I-beam symbols is available online.
[Source: Karl Pflock, Roswell in Perspective, 1994.http://roswellproof.homestead.com/beams_symbols_compare.htmlhttp://roswellproof.homestead.com/Marcel_Jr.html
More investigation brings up the claim that Jesse Marcel originally drew these symbols from memory on Sunday, July 6, 1947 after seeing the Roswell material presented by his father and he later made another rendition in 1989.
We'd have to ask Jesse Marcel Jr to verify the date that he first drew these symbols, but from the video above and the symbols shown in his affadavit, it's clear there is a strong match of the CARET symbols to his Roswell I-beam symbols.
More interesting reading here from Jesse Marcel Sr and other Roswell witnesses: 'The figures were composed of curved geometric shapes...' http://www.sunrisepage.com/roswell/witnesses.pdf
Just a reminder of that technological gift - Roswell:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roswell_UFO_Incident