posted on Jul, 8 2019 @ 02:41 AM
a reply to: Lucidparadox
-Bob Lazar had built some small jet engines as a teenager.
From what I can find he built pulse jet engines. A pulse jet is essentially just a bunch of tubes. Anyone who knows how to weld can build one. There
are videos of people building and running them.
There is also footage of a jet powered dragster. He obviously did not build the turbojet engine himself. This requires a bit more knowhow. But there
are other people who built such dragsters too.
Another of his creations is a turbojet bike with what looks like off-the-shelf RC plane mini turbojet engine. You could build one of those too.
-Bob Lazar Built a Rocket Engine car.
Could not find much to this one. My guess is that he used off-the-shelf part for it too, did not actually build a rocket engine himself.
-Bob Lazar Built a hydrogen fuel cell engine into a Corvette.
It was a Corvette modified to burn hydrogen instead of gasoline, not a fuel cell car.
So yes, he is a tinkerer. That much is true.
-Bob Lazar was in fact, employed as a physicist at Los Alamos in 1982 as he was listed in the employee directory and in the newspaper article,
this put him at 23/24 years old.
No it is not a fact at all. From my understanding the employee entry is that of a contractor. And it makes much more sense that he was employed as a
technician. There is no proof whatsoever that he was employed as a physicist.
-Bob Lazar, in 1989 came forward about his experiences at area 51 (S4), a base that was barely known about, he described a hand bone measuring
security lock that was classified at the time, and made several other claims about the base that came to be true.
Area 51 (S4) was known before Lazar.
edit on 8-7-2019 by moebius because: (no reason given)