posted on Jul, 12 2004 @ 11:14 AM
what is element 115?
Element 115 is what Lazar stated was used in the alien reactor he helped to reverse-engineer. It is not a stable element found on Earth, and
experiments thought to have yielded it were only for portions of a second, yet still theoretical.
The interesting thing about it though, in my view, is the fact that it would be directly below Bismuth on the periodic table... Bismuth has
diamagnetic properties, and is used in several home levitation demonstrations, etc. There were also some pieces of crash debris featured on Art Bell,
featuring microns thick layers of 99.9% Bismuth...something that would be nearly impossible to duplicate here on Earth...so it is intriguing.
The Lazar idea is that the gravity of an atom of 115 extends beyond the electron orbit of the atom, and this gravity is tapped and altered to create
the time/spatial distortions...(This is all just from memory, so forgive it not being all scientific)....
He mentioned that he did have some of the element that he was able to smuggle out. I'm sure that if he did, it has since been recovered by the
powers that be....
Lazar is an odd case.
Personally, I think he is an unwitting disinformation agent... It should be obvious to anyone that Lazar has some higher education, and isn't a
moron. I don't show in a lot of my yearbooks either, so that's hardly closing the case. There are other facts too, teachers acknowledging him in
their classes, the fact that he did appear on the Los Alamos phone directory when he claimed to be there, etc. His W-2 tax return even, from Naval
Intelligence, when working out there. He has made some mistakes in his life, and was easy to discredit. This is likely why he was brought into the
project. I'm a little biased here, as his claims support some of my long held beliefs and theories. Heck, just look to my "Security Manual" post,
and you'll see mention of S-4, etc. I think Lazar is telling far more truth than huey....