posted on Jan, 30 2013 @ 12:19 PM
reply to post by ImpactoR
No Mr Lazzar is not ordinary and I do believe some of His background claim's, as for average well it's better than challenged so on behalf of the
Yahoo's of the world I accept the compliment.
As far as he himself is concerned I believe bob lazzar to be of a very high intellectual quotiant but is he actually somebody that was planted to
spread dis-information or is he genuinely somebody who felt by making himself famouse he would be too in the limelight to be silenced so would be
safer, there are a great number of possabillity's but as we are not him only he can truly know his motivation's.
Personally I find the story of the black knight satellite far more interesting than Mr Lazzar's claim's, one way to test him would be to give him a
job as an egineer and see how he performed under stress.
Oh and remember the Andromeda galaxy will merge with the milky way in 2.5 billion years so there is a slim chance of celestial collision's and
gravitational disruption to the solar system.
Here is a question for you, I do not know the validity of the claim's made but look up Starchild skull and genetic analysis, the story as I
remember from reading it a while ago is in the 1800's a number of skeletel remains were found in a cave somewere in america, two skull's one of a
native american woman and one of a supposed deformed child, the skull of the child had a brain 1/3rd larger than average modern human's with very
shallow eye orbial socket's and a very small pallet it's skull thickness was only 1/3rd that of a human skull but made on a substance more like
tooth enamel than bone, apparantly carbon dating placed it at 900 year's old approximately but genetic analysis showed it's main sequence DNA to be
of an unknown specie's with no close known relative however it's endron's those part's of the DNA that are dormant and called erronousely junk DNA
were similar but with some drift to human DNA so if it is a grey skull it is from here not elsewere in the universe, if it is true this is
groundbreaking but don't expect it to become mainstream public knowledge as only us average Yahoo's would be interested.