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Bob Lazar, founder of something called "United Nuclear"

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posted on Dec, 4 2006 @ 11:32 AM
I was looking at the news today and found this article calledIsotope Polonium-120 Available Online today and found something suspicious. It wasn't the fact that you can buy a radioactive substance that was used to kill a spy online, it was this:

In a note on the site, United Nuclear founder Bob Lazar says it's not a practical poison: you'd need 15,000 orders from him, more than $1 million worth, to potentially harm anyone, and each order comes electroplated on the inside of the eye of a needle.

The market for polonium on its own, however, appears to be small. Lazar said he sells only one or two orders of polonium every three months. He claims to get them made to order at a reactor licensed by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. The isotope is then shipped "directly to the customer from the reactor to insure the longest possible half-life."

Lazar first gained attention years ago after claiming to have worked on a crashed UFO at a Nevada military base known as Area 51.

Does anybody else find this a little bit strange?

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posted on Dec, 4 2006 @ 11:57 AM
I order from them and they have some good magnets for my Alternative energy experiments. And also Potash for those who wish to make hydrogen!

But they are under pressure not to sell anything that can be made into explosives.

But if you know your chemistry any thing can made to go boom.

I feel this is wrong I am a junior scientist interested in eliminating our dependency on Foreign Oil.

Think Green!

posted on Dec, 4 2006 @ 12:04 PM
Buford, I looked and you don't have any threads that expound on your research... Anything you'd like to share with the rest of us that would be of interest? I am very much interested in any ideas about alternative fuels and the likes...

posted on Dec, 4 2006 @ 04:38 PM
I am working on a Hydrogen system using Amourphious Metals and Water for hyper production of orthohydrogen to use in cooking heating and energy source such as steam. It is a lot of reading and trial by error.

I am also building a Wind generator using one system of hydraulics and another with modified generator with Permament Magets to replace core components.

I am also building a solinoid engine. Half way done so far. It uses super magnets for a core and the crankshaft is from a Motorcycle engine.

I feel that the ability to use solar wind to produce enough energy that it will run my engine and give more power back in return.

As they say A work in progress.

posted on Dec, 4 2006 @ 09:05 PM
No what Lazar is saying is not strange in the slightest.

It's exactly what one would expect.

Some nuclear materials are made in special research reactors. Not only would it be advantageous to ship directly from reactor to preserve half life, but for security reasons the authorities would not want to ship to a middleman who may turn around and give some things to people he shouldn't be.

Given that polonium has some nuclear weapons uses, it's not unreasonable.

posted on Dec, 5 2006 @ 12:03 PM
I'm not saying that what Lazar said is strange.

I mean the idea that someone the government denies has ever worked for them, who has claimed in the past to have worked on reverse-engineering UFOs, etc has become the founder of a major nuclear-based organization.

A guy goes from claiming to work for Los Alamos Labs, although many people don't believe him, to his current position. I know he has the qualifications in nuclear physics and such. I am just saying the concept seems a bit fishy, and lends a bit more credence that he is actually on the inside with the government, or at least getting help from them.

posted on Dec, 7 2006 @ 09:43 PM
I don't think anything is weird at all.

He has a small job trying to eke out a living in a small business, that's all.

My best guess from available completely hearsay stuff (i.e. "random junk you read on the Internet") is that Lazar was scientifically educated, but not at the level of a top Los Alamos or university faculty level scientist.

Then again national labs and defense contractors have a range of skills and tasks and hire accordingly, and so nothing is particularly unusual one way or another.

Not everybody is a Fermi or an Oppenheimer.

posted on Dec, 8 2006 @ 01:05 PM
Lazar may know something.

You need radioactive isotopes to make helium.

Its the atomic power of the Sun and might make electricity
directly or power a turbine enough to generate high frequency
electricity to power a car, or one of the saucers he saw.

posted on Dec, 8 2006 @ 05:08 PM
One of these days I'm gona order a tube of Mercury from there... Just because mercury is cool...

I'm thinking of getting some caffeen as well...

I found the whole spy poisioning case thing brought attention to the site (I dunno anything about that case though)... People said you could buy the poison there but lazar points out the volume he sells would require ten thousand orders or so in order to be able to poison someone...

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