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originally posted by: hawkguy
a reply to: EnigmaChaser
Who's to say they haven't pumped all the money into exotic weapons? The hints are out there, this is just the wrong place to be looking.
originally posted by: Arbitrageur
Lazar said element 115 couldn't be made in a lab, that's why it's so ironic that people say the "discovery" of element 115 proves Lazar right, they don't even know what he actually said!
originally posted by: Macenroe82
a reply to: DrumsRfun
I'm with you my friend.
For 30 years little tid bits have been proven legit about Bob.
Either it really happened, or he should buy a lotto ticket cuz his predictions are batting 100.
Science Behind the Fiction: Can we believe the Area 51 witness or was he a liar?
Lazar also suggested that Element 115 could not be synthesized on Earth, as it is simply too heavy. Lazar claimed instead that the substance could only be made in very large stars. Though the powers that be at S-4 had pounds and pounds of the stuff.
Despite his claims, scientists in Russia did succeed in synthesizing a material which fits in the appropriate slot on the periodic table.