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I could find his original description of needed?
The scanners were especially troublesome for the F-117 program's Materials Application Repair Section (M.A.R.S.) personnel, better known as "Martians," who labored tirelessly to keep the stealth jet's radar absorbent—not to mention toxic—skin in perfect order. Cuts, contusions, blisters, and broken digits were very common among them, making getting past the Identimat a futile proposition at times.
originally posted by: sg1642
As most people will have read about at some time or another, the well known Lazar claimed that while working at 'S-4' part of the process involved using a hand scanner (Identimat). There has been some speculation and controversy over this subject. The piece of equipment was even featured in a Spielberg movie years previously. Others say but that doesn't mean he copied the film, Spielberg himself even stated the use of this equipment in the film caused him some attention from an alphabet agency.
well I read this article today.
This article states the very same hand scanner was used (to some varying degrees of success) by the staff who were working on site during the development of the stealth technology that is now very well known. Of course back then, this was the stuff of sci-fi and ultra top secret.
What are the chances here. Did Bob strike lucky again, or is it no coincidence that the facility he claims to have worked at was, in fact, using the security equipment that he described?
originally posted by: 38181
The biometrics hand and finger scanners today blow those things away. Next they should put a mechanism that would send a spike needle through the hand for any imposters or people who try to get in, maybe one for the eye scanner, that would deter a few.
originally posted by: sg1642
a reply to: FosterVS
...or this hand scanner that did turn out to be used in area 51. If he's a fraudster then he is a fairly smart one. If you are reading about it in popular mechanics, that does not mean it's in use at Area 51.
originally posted by: dragonridr
a reply to: sg1642
Why do people continue to believe him hes been caught lying so many times. The last one was his claim the FBI raided him over element 115,
This fool makes a huge deal over it but actually told the truth on redit but then lies thinking people would not notice he contradicted himself.scroll to the bottom and look at his picture the idiot
originally posted by: JBurns
Seems somebody found they had used one in a movie, and latched onto it as (somehow) evidence he was lying. (He wasn't)
Funny thing is, when he first made the claims, nobody brought this movie up. Instead, they either said he was 1) lying or 2) went so far as to claim it was impossible. No different than those who refuse to tackle the exhaustive statement he made in regard to the physics of the craft's operation.
Debunkers have a way of latching on to the most mundane and unimportant connections to make their shaky cases a little less shaky.