posted on Sep, 12 2003 @ 01:06 AM
That man who allegedly worked at S-4 inside Area 51 was likely named Robert "Bob" Lazar. He claimed to have earned a doctorate in physics and also
claimed to have worked at Los Alamos National Laboratory. Yet, no records of his professional existence could ever be found-- only records from when
he attended a university as an undergraduate (if I recall correctly, may have been the doctorate itself). My guess is that Lazar is a witting or
unwitting programming subject. His stories amaze the intellectuals while also communicating with our enemies subversively.
However, I could be wrong.
In terms of the anti-gravity propulsion, I do not have a doctorate in physics However in terms of keeping secrets about the technology, I'm sure
that the government has plenty of esoteric propulsion systems. Think about this.
Slightly before F-117A's were publically shown for the first time, there were floods of UFO reports of strange almost silent black triangular craft.
And then you have this quite bizarre looking plane unveiled.
If the government is willing to release this plane to the attention of the WORLD, they've just compromised national security to a degree. The US has
plenty of enemies who are always willing to take a free "leg up".
To prevent this, our government must keep secrets to protect our national security. I have to admit it is a logical argument, at least to me. This
does not mean I am defending the cover-ups and disinformation. Instead, the cover-ups and disinformation are fodder for our skills of thought and
People have been seeing these new anti-gravs for quite some time. I suspect that they are housed underground in various installations around the
world. And now we see a CNN news article about anti-grav being a legitimate technology (at least as defined by Boeing).
I wonder what kinds of crazy things they are REALLY keeping secret? Makes my head spin just thinking about it LOL