30 years ago, on a 5 p.m newscast, a live interview aired with a man named Dennis who made shocking allegations about flying saucers of extraterrestrial origin. He claimed that there were nine of them and that they were being kept at a top secret location known as Area 51. This interview caught the attention of the entire world and sparked a lot of curiosity and speculation. Predict
The story is about Bob Lazar, a man who said he was involved in a secret U.S government cover-up reverse engineering alien spacecraft at the now notorious Area 51. Some believe that Bob Lazar is a sociopath who has harnessed people’s curiosity into aliens to mess with them, while others believe he is a courageous whistleblower whose life has been destroyed by trying to reveal the truth.
The story of Bob Lazar is still captivating to people today, but his background is hard to nail down. He claims to have a Masters of Science degree in physics in 1982 from MIT, and a further master’s in South Korean electronic tech in 1985. He wrote his thesis on magnetohydrodynamics. Bob Lazar’s story has many consistencies and inconsistencies, so it is hard to know what to believe.
Bob Lazar’s story takes an even more intriguing turn when he claims to have worked with an element known as muscovium, or element 115, on the periodic table. He says that this element was used to fuel the extraterrestrial spacecraft he was working on at Area 51. However, many people argue that Lazar couldn’t have known about this element in the 1980s, decades before its official discovery.
The difference, according to Lazar, is that the fuel he worked on was stable, whereas the element 115 synthesized decades later was unstable. He even claims to have smuggled some of the element out of the S4 facility to conduct his own private experiments, but footage of these experiments has never been found.
Skeptics argue that the story is a classic hoax, and there is also critique into the concept that muscovium is the element 115 that Lazar discussed. Lazar also claims that the S4 facility wasn’t just studying the craft in the lab, they were also flying them. He witnessed these test flights and says that the source of the craft was able to lift off the ground, hover silently, move all over the place, and then land without being seen. He claims that the entire vehicle was an impossibility.
Bob’s work at S4 lasted roughly six months and as part of his work contract, he agreed to having his phones tapped and that he wouldn’t discuss his work with anyone, not even his wife. However, it became apparent through the surveillance that Bob’s wife was having an affair and he knew nothing about it.
Because a stable home life was a requirement for this position, Bob was told not to come into work. He also started noticing people following him in his daily routine and thinking he was being kicked out of the program and not knowing why. He revealed all to his friends and explained to them the reality of the work he was doing.
He promised to show them proof and took his friends out into the desert on a Wednesday night with a clear view of a flight test. The video that he filmed that night is the only evidence that exists of Bob’s claims. However, after the third occasion, he was caught and released, but quickly became aware that he was in serious trouble.
At this point, he contacted George Knapp as an insurance policy. The story hit the public sphere when Dennis, the man interviewed on the 5 p.m newscast, contacted Knapp and revealed the truth about Bob Lazar’s claims. However, the repercussions of coming forward with this information were severe. Lazar claims that he was physically threatened and that his life was destroyed for trying to reveal the truth.