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Originally posted by atsguy_106
and they cant delete him from the books?
cmon of course they can..they can do anything they want and you will like it.
Dont be so gullable...
Originally posted by Dallas
I feel, Mr Lazar was paid-off. Big-time. Only or the most serious deluge, he must from that time forward SAY, WRITE or SPECULATE nothing perpetuating his experience, thoughts or history regarding the TRUTH.
Originally posted by lazer1
I'm not sure about lazar..He does interest me though..
There was an article published on americanantigravity where one of their experts was in contact with bob.. Whoever bob lazar is he certainly knows his stuff:
"Lazar had another idea as well – again, a real stunner: I’d been talking to him about the corona-wire in Lifters early on, and he mentioned to me the idea of putting a nuclear material on the corona-wire to increase thrust. Most people would have dismissed this as a silly notion, but Lazar drove the point home by discussing an experiment in which nuclear-materials in a high-voltage environment gave off a massive excess of electrons, thereby becoming a nuclear battery of sorts. It’s not free energy, but more like a transistor for ion-wind: a small voltage on the corona-wire excites the nuclear decay process, and serves as something like a “control voltage” for a much larger flow of stimulated-decay electrons that emerge from the uranium coating on the corona wire."
Originally posted by buddhasystem
This exciting story of how high voltage effects the nuclear decay is yet another nail among the bristling thousand others in the coffin of Bob Lazar's credibility as a scientist.
You cannot influence nuclear decays with voltages available to you in the lab.
Certain nuclear isotopes emit electrons when they break down - these are called "beta-emitting" isotopes. The electrons that are released during this natural decay process can be collected to provide a useable stream of electrical energy.
According to the research of Dr. Ruggero Santilli, the rate of the decay process can be increased to provide electrical energy on-demand.
The experimental work of Ted Gagnon has further shown that by providing an 'envelope' of harmonic electrical impulses into a liquid medium, this process of stimulated decay can be further increased to provide useable power from isotopes that would otherwise have a very low rate of decay.
Building a nuclear battery isn't hard to do - Bob Lazar's comments indicate that generating electricity in this manner can be as simple as putting a rock inside a glass jar, but doing this safely is another thing entirely, and that has prevented the commercial marketing of nuclear batteries for commercial applications up until now.
Boyd Bushman (1928–) is a retired senior research engineer who worked for Lockheed Martin,Texas Instruments and Hughes Aircraft. Regarded as one of the inventors of the Stinger missile.
 Antigravity claims
Boyd Bushman has claimed that Lockheed Martin has carried research on antigravity technology,specially gravity manipulation by means of magnetic fields, he even has stated that he carried experiments at Lockheed's White Settlement,Texas facilities,where is proven that magnetic fields affect the gravitational field and because of that ,bodies don't fall with the same acceleration,a result different from the classical experiments made by Galileo. He currently lives in Lewisville, Texas.
• (video) 'The Billion Dollar Secret',Nick Cook's documentary on American Black Projects
• Apparatus and method for amplifying a magnetic beam - US Patent Issued on July 27, 1999 www.patentstorm.us...]
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Categories: 1928 births | Lockheed people
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