posted on Mar, 7 2003 @ 12:35 PM
The whole Lazar story is one I've researched quite a bit. The remarkable thing about it isn't as much the claims he makes but the facts. It is
easy to see that SOMEONE did make drastic efforts to refute his past and credentials, but fragments (factual fragments) do exist. Also, there is the
issue with element 115. If you look at an atomic table, you'll see that element 115 would be directly below Bismuth. Bismuth is known for it's
diamagnetic properties...(in fact, you can make it levitate between magnets, etc. ) Elements of the same column tend to have similar properties, so
it's pretty intriguing... Lets face it, it was pretty refreshing to hear someone come out and say, "hey, I know how these things work..." His
story just seems to "fit" very well, and I'm usually pretty skeptical...