posted on Mar, 26 2008 @ 09:48 PM
a few points:
you cant use the argument that 115 is unstable to completely dismiss this, just because the two isotopes obtained SO FAR are unstable, thats silly.
Sure if you were evaluating whether to invest money into building something with 115, the previous results would say its not a good bet, but thats not
what we are doing. We are evaluating a claim for SPACE ALIEN TECH! ie, its SUPPOSED to be beyond what we currently "know". saying we dont currently
know of any stable isotopes of 115 is kinda the point.
the cosmic ray bombardment thing is a good point, leaves 3 options:
1 the reaction to proton bombardment (115-116-antimatter etc) is NOT a chain reaction
2 the sample obtained is NOT 115
3 the whole story is bunk
(take ya pick, me I'm favoring 3 while at least considering 1)
the point mentioning the sample itself giving off alpha particles is making the assumption that this isotope is unstable enough to be radiating
regularly enough for them to notice: while perhaps likely based on current knowledge, I wouldn't call that a forgone conclusion.
the point mentioning disinfo and distraction from true alternative energy/antigravity tech is interesting: If people are convinced space aliens are
using 115 to power their ships, they aren't using, say, zero point energy extracting devices.... a nice distraction from researching real
possibilities if this is all a load of ....
the point mentioning "solve all mankinds energy problems" erm... no. you still need a source for more of this element. 200 grams would give you
0.2*C^2 (MC^2)joules of energy which is roughly 5 TW hours of energy, or enough to solve all USA's energy problems for about, oh, 3 hours....not
really worth risking your life for
to the person saying "nothing can be hidden in todays day and age etc..": WHat the .... are you talking about:
"they" can manage to keep under raps the FACT (in my well researched opinion) that they blew up three buildings with around 3000 people in them live
on international television.
"They" can keep under raps that dozens (or is it hundreds?) of what should be reliable witnesses claim aliens exist and have been interacting with
us for many decades (disclosure project).
you think "they" cant stop one bloke with a bit of metal that behaves strangely?
and no I'm not claiming all scientists are in on this and would cover it up, very few are (and I consider myself a scientist anyway, being a phd
student in a scientific area). Its simply about sowing doubt. Human psychology takes care of the rest (and stealing your sample so you cant continue
to prove it, or just bribing/scaring/killing you to keep you silent if they catch you in time)
I should point out that even given the above, I don't actually give this story much chance of being true, it DOES seem more likely to be dis-info(*),
but I just want to make sure we don't dismiss it for the wrong reasons.
(*) mainly because neither Lear or Lazar are dead yet, and Lazar seems to be still getting government work, which I thought was hard (but not
impossible) to explain if this is real...then again, if Lazar disappeared or lost all his contracts, that would be far more suspicious, don't you