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Originally posted by jackphotohobby
As I understood it nobody denied element 114 or 115 were possible, but IIRC what Lazar talked about was a reactor. That's a different kettle of fish.
Originally posted by SaturnFX
Well, for a history of its significance, you would have to watch a old interview by someone named Bob Lazar...he basically put area 51 on the map kinda thing.
Long ago, he came out and spoke about how he is basically a whistleblower, talked about how this mysterious base in the desert is backengineering a alien flying disk.
He talks alot about various scientific details of his job, lots of really technical stuff...and then he talks about how its all powered.
He said basically they artifically create 115 which lets off energy and then folds down to 114 (which I guess 114 occurs naturally on a different star system called Reticuli)...the energy gets processed from the reaction.
Now, when this came out, the skeptical community basically said there is no such thing as 114, never will be, the island of stability is a myth, will never be created, therefore Lazar is a liar.
This experiment has confirmed the potential existance of 114, which simply means a little bit more of lazar's story is based in fact. now, how much of it is still open for debate (and no doubt will be debated alot), but its sort of just a small piece in a large puzzle that has been sorted out. Pretty exciting for the hardcore UFOlogist though.
Originally posted by v3_exceed
Originally posted by buddhasystem
There is not stable isotope of 115 and there can't be. The reason is the same as you don't observe drops of water in your kitchen sink which are the size of walnut.
Nuclear matter can roughly be thought of as liquid. It carries electric charge, and like sign charges repulse. The nucleus, therefore, tends to break up. When it does happen, it's called "fission" -- and that force of break up is used in nuclear energy production and weaponry. Small nuclei hold together, large ones are less stable (cf drops of water again).
The above is very well stated, and as we know nuclear fission does produce massive amounts of energy. So if in fact this element can be created, in any form, but degrades via fission almost instantly then it is reasonable to say that if controlled by some means could be used as a power source.
The fact that we don't know how to do it, or to control it doesn't mean that it can't be done.
As a reminder to the older folk on here, back in the 70's some of us had 2 pound telephones that required being plugged into a wall to have service. We dreamt of the day that everyone would have a phone on their hip they could take anywhere, and we were treated as fools for the suggestion.
Originally posted by daddio
You can see this in metal forging. The right heat must be used to fuse elements together, go above that heat range and the elements seperate. I'm not an expert and don't claim to be one, just studied it off and on. It's all about the math, if you can calculate it, it is relevant and can possibly be accomplished.
Originally posted by spikey
reply to post by McGinty
Thanks for that McGinty.
I've heard and read articles about the rumored Nazi saucer technology over the years, so i know a little about it, but not nearly enough.
I'll have a look for the book, i too think it'l be an interesting read.
I agree, that a lot (but not all) modern sightings of the classic UFO, are experimental human craft, back engineered.
I didnt think so!!!!!!!
Originally posted by Blibitz
I dont understand how you link ani-gravity with element 114. the post only talks about 114. There is a reply by John on the origanal link to the story that mentions anti-gravity. Who is this guy??? Can someone provide a link please that connects element 114 to anti-gravity. Thanks.