Bob Lazar

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Robert Scott Lazar (born January 26, 1959) is an American physicist who has claimed to have worked on reverse engineering purported extraterrestrial technology at a site called S-4 near the Area 51 Groom Lake operating location. S-4 is located several kilometres south of Area-51. Lazar said that the UFO ran on an antimatter reactor that used the (then un-synthesised) element 115 as fuel [1][2]. He claims to have read US government briefing documents that describe alien involvement in human affairs over the past 10,000 years. Lazar's claims resulted in bringing the secret site commonly known as Area 51 to the attention of the public. His story has recently gained attention due to an interview with Joe Rogan, as well as a 2018 documentary about his life “Bob Lazar: Area 51 & Flying Saucers”.

Claims[edit]

In May 1989, Lazar appeared in an interview with investigative reporter George Knapp on Las Vegas TV station KLAS, under the pseudonym "Dennis" and with his face hidden, to discuss his purported employment at "S-4", a subsidiary facility he claimed exists near United States Air Force facility Area 51. He said the facility was adjacent to Papoose Lake, which is located south of the main Area 51 facility at Groom Lake. The site consisted of concealed aircraft hangars built into a mountainside. Lazar said that his job was to help with the reverse engineering of one of nine flying saucers. Bob claims one of the flying saucers, the one he coined the Sport Model, was manufactured out of a metalic substance similar in appearance and touch to stainless steel. In a subsequent interview that November, Lazar appeared unmasked and under his own name.[3]

Lazar claims that the propulsion of the studied vehicle was fueled by atomic element 115 (moscovium, first synthesized in 2003) or E115. Lazar explained that E115 generates a gravity wave.[4]

In addition, Lazar claims that during his onboarding to the program, he read briefing documents describing the historical involvement with Earth for the past 10,000 years by extraterrestrial beings, Grey aliens. These aliens are from a planet orbiting the twin binary star system Zeta Reticuli.[5][6]

Lazar's story garnered media attention and controversy, as well as supporters. The scientific community, however, is skeptical of Lazar's claim as he makes them without any hard evidence or proof of what he is claiming.[5][6] What is undisputed is that Lazar first brought the secret test site popularly known as Area 51 to the attention of the general public.[7][8][9]

Education Claims[edit]

He claims to have Masters degrees from MIT and Caltech, though there does not appear to be much evidence to support his claim. He states this is because that the US Government are trying to discredit him by erasing proof of his past.


Background[edit]

Education and qualifications[edit]

Lazar took electronics courses in the late 1970s at Pierce Junior College in Los Angeles.Template:Fact

Lazar claims he earned a master's degree in physics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and a master's degree in electronic technology from California Institute of Technology (Caltech); however, there are no records of Lazar attending either MIT or CalTech.[5] Furthermore, Lazar was not a member of a professional body.Template:Fact Lazar speculates that his academic records were erased in an effort by authorities to discredit him.Template:Fact

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It was discovered by investigative journalist George Knapp that Lazar was identified as an employee of Los Alamos in a 1980s newspaper article in which he was on the cover. Template:Fact

Legal problems in 1990[edit]

In 1990, Lazar was arrested for aiding and abetting a prostitution ring. This was reduced to felony pandering, to which he pleaded guilty.[10][11][12] He was ordered to do 150 hours of community service, stay away from brothels, and undergo psychotherapy.[11][12]

During trial and under oath, Lazar again claimed degrees from MIT and Caltech.

Bankruptcy documents verify that Lazar was self-employed as a film processor.[13]

United Nuclear[edit]

Lazar owns and operates United Nuclear Scientific Equipment and Supplies, which sells a variety of materials including radiation sensors, radioactive ores, non-radioactive elements (such as pure silicon), powerful magnets, and other scientific equipment such as aerogel, as well as a variety of lab chemicals. In 2006, Lazar and his wife Joy White were charged with violating the Federal Hazardous Substances Act for shipping restricted chemicals across state lines. The charges stemmed from a 2003 raid on United Nuclear's business offices, where chemical sales records were examined.[14]

United Nuclear pled guilty to three criminal counts of introducing into interstate commerce, and aiding and abetting the introduction into interstate commerce, banned hazardous substances. In 2007, United Nuclear was fined $7,500 for violating a law prohibiting the sale of chemicals and components used to make illegal fireworks.[15][16]

In film[edit]

  • The 2018 feature-length documentary Bob Lazar: Area 51 & Flying Saucers focuses on Lazar's claims that he attempted reverse-engineering alien spacecraft for the United States military at a secret base near Area 51 called S-4. The documentary was made with Jeremy Corbell.

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