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Originally posted by SKUNK2
Yeah but Bob Lazar described 115 15-20 years ago. It bassicly does give him even more credibility.
How come the government made Bob look like a wierdo years ago? But now he works for them?
Ununhexium (#116 = Uuh): First production of element #118 was claimed in 1999 by an international team working at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, the University of California, and Oregon State University: V. Ninov, K.E. Gregorich, W. Loveland, A. Ghiorso, D.C. Hoffman, D.M. Lee, H. Nitsche, W.J. Swiatecki, U.W. Kirbach, C.A. Laue, J.L. Adams, J.B. Patin, D.A. Shaughnessy, D.A. Strellis, and P.A. Wilk. The experiment was carried out following calculations by Robert Smolanczuk from Soltan Institute for Nuclear Studies, Poland, on the fusion of atomic nuclei. His calculations suggested that it might be possible to make element #118 by fusing lead with krypton under carefully controlled conditions. Their data suggested that the element #118 nucleus decayed in less than a millisecond after its formation by emitting an α-particle. This resulted in an isotope of element #116 which was also radioactive and underwent further α-decay to an isotope of element #114:
Originally posted by zoopnfunk
I always had a hunch that Bob Lazar most likely did work at area 51 -- as a janitor or service person of some kind.