Originally posted by DimensionalDetective
I fall into the category that believes Lazar as well. If you listen to the guy talk, he articulates himself very well, and some of his theories on the
way the ET craft worked are fantastically interesting. Love how he stated that the gravity wave generators on the ship created a 'virtual downhill'
that the ship was always falling towards. Saw him say the other night on a TV show that every waste system aboard the craft was utilized by another
sub-system for maximum efficiency. Really cool to hear him talk about it.
I'm definitely a Lazar fan. lol
I also agree that Lazar comes across as very believable.
BUT, think about this statement you paraphrased.
How could Lazar, or any physicist determine 'that every waste system aboard the craft was utilized by another sub-system'?
1. He could NOT have determined this in the short time he worked there.
2. Such a system would be a "black box" to an outside observer. IOW, if a system is that efficient, there would be no way for us to easily measure
this efficiency. You can not just -surmise- this by saying 'oh the craft flew, but the surface was cool'. That's not a scientific analysis of
'efficiency' of a power or energy system. You have to input energy and measure the amount of excess heat or friction, or noise or something. How do
you input energy into an "Alien System"?
3. Bob's story has remained remarkably consistent for many, many years but this is the FIRST time he has mention this 'waste system utilization'.
To me, this brings a level of incredulity to his "story", which was not there before. When I heard this, my doubt went up.
Why? It's new info in the absence of any new experience for him, and it's impossible to know this without a lot of testing and sophisticated devices
and lots of time. He describes the internal workings on a somewhat superficial level, and has always said that they had no idea how the 'occupants'
controlled the 'vehicles'.
Though he is believable, I've met people who were 'players' and they are superb at 'conning people' and being extremely believable. That's their
forte. Lazar does not seem like a 'player', though.
What I'd like to see is a real expert profiler or professional at analyzing statements using body language analyze Lazar's many interviews and see
how many evidences of dissembling show up. (I'd suspect not many, but there are a few). His level of 'tell' is very low to we non-professionals
trying to determine truthfulness, but it would not be difficutl for a top professional, like a profiler.
Good thread, though.