Bob Lazar

Discussion in 'Pseudoscience Archive' started by VRob, Nov 19, 2003.

  1. jumpercable 6EQUJ5 'WOW' Registered Senior Member

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    Right now I prefer living a lie until I can see an actual flying saucer land somewhere in Washington D.C. with a group of advanced aliens disembarking from their spacecraft carrying some flowers and ice cream from their home planet to give to all of the children and their families gathered around to welcome them.
     
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  3. Stryder Keeper of "good" ideas. Valued Senior Member

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    There are various thirdparty agencies that for a price will do a background check on whoever they are paid to do the check on. They will pretty much look into details available like outstanding warrants, credit ratings, guarantuers to work out information about a person, it's usually called "Social Engineering" when you apply that information to generate a "profile/model" of that person is question.
     
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  5. jumpercable 6EQUJ5 'WOW' Registered Senior Member

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    So what's Bob Lazar's credit score these days?
     
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  7. Fukushi -meta consciousness- Registered Senior Member

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    This actually DID happen, you might not have heard about it in the press however...

    and ofcourse; it happened way back before the internet as we know it.
     
  8. Communist Hamster Cricetulus griseus leninus Valued Senior Member

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    Yeah, as I recall it was in a B-movie.
     
  9. phlogistician Banned Banned

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    So how did _you_ hear about it?

    Hmm, I bet you read it on the Internet.

    btw, I have been using International computer networks for 23 years, and I bet there are people on here who can beat that. The Internet (capital 'I' please!) was never anything special, it's just that we let regular folks start using it, that was the minor revolution.

    'The National Enuirer' pre-dates the Internet, so Pseudo crap got published there for goobers to read, before they read it on the web.
     
  10. Fukushi -meta consciousness- Registered Senior Member

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    huhu and huhuh, and my dick is bigger than yours and blabla bla

    I'm not intrested in that kind of talk, be nice to me.
     
  11. ScottMana Registered Senior Member

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    I think our government is getting comfortable talking about stealth technology. Lazar talked of a reserve of new tech being worked on. Seems reasonable to me that they would be willing to disclose stealth information if they had something else in the works.

    I think it is very likely that they would have something more in the works that on occasion gets spotted. Our military has already stated that they work at night on new technology just to keep it hard to spot and identify. Not to mention the work of keeping secret that such a tech could exist.

    While it is still top secret, our government is still willing to mention that the B-2 Stealth Bomber uses electro-magnetic additions on the front of the wings. The stated reason is to add more air flow so that the plane can stay up with less work from the engines. Thus less heat to be detected with.

    Even the Raptor can "hover" if only for a short amount of time through what they refer to as "vector control" on it's tail.

    It was 50 years to go from propellers to jet engines. Already we see they some very talented tricks can be pulled off with the aide of other newer tech to push jet engines to new limits. I have not doubt that new methods of flight that could never be taken seriously before now are coming into being.
     
  12. jumpercable 6EQUJ5 'WOW' Registered Senior Member

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    Shouldn't be to difficult to copy with our current technology, an advanced magnetic drive propulsion system from a captured flying saucer or alien spacecraft (if there is such a thing). But if for some reason the American scientists can't copy it (if it indeed does exist in Area 51), then let the japanese or chinese copy it. No problem for them. They can copy anything.
     
  13. phlogistician Banned Banned

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    Stop talking crap, and maybe I will.
     
  14. Fukushi -meta consciousness- Registered Senior Member

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  15. jumpercable 6EQUJ5 'WOW' Registered Senior Member

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    They, meaning the Russians? Remember the Mig15? Outclimb, out maneuver just about everything, including the F86. Not too bad for a first generation jet, was it?
     
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  16. Fukushi -meta consciousness- Registered Senior Member

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    They, meaning the Americans in the first place!

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    But indeed, Russians took some knowledge from the underground bases in their occupied territory yes.

    The link I gave, was ONLY messersmidt, the americans copied everything they could get their hands on! They were like 15 years BEHIND in technological knowledge.

    Greetz
    Fuku
     

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