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The Key To Anti-Gravity Technology & Flying Saucer Machinery (Element 115: Ununpentium)

Updated on March 1, 2016
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Marc Hubs - Writer/Researcher on Mind, Science & Conspiracy. Author of Know Your Enemy: Reflections Of NPD.

Why Bob Lazar Was Probably Right

Note: On 27th August 2013, researchers at GSI from Lund University in Sweden reported confirming the existence of Element 115 (Ununpentium).

"Science is self-correcting, if you get the facts wrong your experiment is not reproducible. There are many lessons here and the lab will extract all the value in can from this event. The path forward is to learn from the mistakes and to strengthen the resolve to find the answers that nature still hides from us." - Charles Shank, Director Lawrence Berkely National Laborotory, US.

Charles Shank made the above statement after retracting a 1999 scientific paper detailing an experiment which had observed what appeared to be the synthesis of Element 118, the heaviest transuranic element (at the time). Re-analyzation of the data showed that the experiment was not reproducible and was unsuccessful in observing atomic decay patterns which would have confirmed the existence of Element 118.

Two confirmation tests of the experiment were performed using a new device called the BGS (Berkely Gas-filled Seperator). Targets of lead were bombarded with an intense beam of high-energy krypton ions. If the sequential decay events for Element 118 and Element 116 were successfully detected, they would have confirmed theories of a suggested 'island of stability' for nuclei.

Shank's concluding statement was "The path forward is to learn from the mistakes and to strengthen the resolve to find the answers that nature still hides from us"

Government whistleblower Robert Lazar, who was heavily debunked by Stanton Friedman, claimed that the US government had 500 pounds of Element 115 (Ununpentium) in their possession. Lazar claimed that Element 115 was stable and was delivered in the form of discs. Despite Lazar's heavy debunking plus the fact that most of the general public don't believe him, it has now been proven that Friedman overlooked several facts and made a few false statements regarding Bob Lazar. It has been proven since that Lazar was sufficiently and officially documented as an employed physicist at S4, Groom Lake by their very own documentation which was later retrieved from Los Alomos Labs. A newspaper article dating back before his whistleblowing days also profiles Lazar as a technician working at S4. The evidence clearly shows that Lazar's debunking was false and that there was an unsuccessful attempt to wipe out his background credentials. They failed.

See Michael E. Salla PhD's write-up of Stanton Friedman's debunking of Lazar.

In 2004 scientists at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboroty, in collaboration with the Joint Institute for National Research in Russia announced that they had discovered two new super-heavy elements, Element 113 and Element 115. The isotope of Element 115 was produced by bombarding an Americium-243 nucleus with a Calcium-48 nucleus. Element 115 rapidly decayed to Element 113 and continued to decay until a meta-stable isotope was attained.

Assuming that no protons are liberated during the reaction process the following reaction was theorized:

95Am243 + 20Ca48115UUP291113UUT287 + 2He4

However, when the laborotary carried out their experiments it resulted in the two isotopes of Element 115 being identified as the following reaction shows:

95Am243 + 20Ca48115UUP288 + 30n1115UUP288113UUT284 + 2He4 → ...

95Am243 + 20Ca48115UUP287 + 40n1115UUP287113UUT283 + 2He4

In the reaction the maximum theoretical atomic mass isotope of Element 115 would only have 176 neutrons in it's nucleus, eight neutrons less than the magical number of 184 neutrons. The two isotopes of Element 115 produced by the reaction contain 173 neutrons and 172 neutrons respectively, eleven and twelve neutrons less than the magical number 184.

If Lazar's information is credible, then the Element 115 discs allegedly supplied would have had to have been the isotope of Element 115 with the number of 184 neutrons with an atomic mass of 299. The nuclear configuration of the isotope would be identical to the only known stable isotope of Element 83 Bismuth (83Bi209)

except that the Element 115 isotope would have an extra energy level filled with protons and neutrons. The stable isotope of Bismuth (Element 83) has unique gravitational characteristics. Check out US patent 3,626,605 for Henry William Wallace "Method and Apparatus for Generating a Secondary Gravitational Forcefield".

According to Lazar, Element 115 was provided to S4 in the form of discs. The Element 115 discs were then fused together in order to form a single cylinder. The cylinder would then be turned on a mill to form a cone then the cone would be sliced in order to extract a wedge from the centre. The wedge would then be inserted into the reactor on the bottom level of a flying saucer and be bombarded with protons to release anti-matter.

To add even further credibility to Lazar's case, Senior Research Scientist at Lockheed Skunkworks Boyd Bushman confirmed that the Lazar tapes are real and that the US government had their first official documented nuclear powered flying saucer by 1969. Bushman showed the official documentation in a video documentary called From Here To Andromeda. Footage of Lazar's court case in 1989 also shows a judge reading out Lazar's credentials proving that he did in fact work for the office of Naval Intelligence, just as he claimed despite being denied by the US government.

The Bob Lazar Video


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      Sparkster Publishing 4 years ago from United Kingdom

      Indeed there are many such patents for antigravity that do not require Element 115. There are also patents related to zero point technology, all of Earthly origin. The issue here isn't just antigravity though, there's also the issue of interstellar travel. I actually have a section dedicated to Lazar in my upcoming book.

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      sean crawford 4 years ago from los angeles

      I suspected Lazar of lying myself, however I did not make any assumptions. I don't understand why people don't want to investigate easier methods of levitation. As the other stated above Henry Wallace filed a patent for a secondary gravitational field that did not require element 115.

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      Sparkster Publishing 5 years ago from United Kingdom

      Good question... to which I have no answer! Corroborating sources actually seem to believe that alien spacecraft are thought-navigated - this is what Colonel Corso believed and this is also what Boyd Bushman hinted about in From Here To Andromeda. They are integrated with the vehicle to actually become a part of it via their headbands!

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      Chris Mills 5 years ago from Maple City, Michigan

      Good hub Sparkster. Very well written. This element would have an effect on gravity. Would it also have an impact on speed both inside and outside the atmosphere?

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      Sparkster Publishing 5 years ago from United Kingdom

      The craft disappearing could be a result of travelling at such high speed (too fast to see), although the interdimensional theory is probably more feasible.

      I don't believe that aliens go through walls though, in cases of genuine abduction (such as Travis Walton or Betty & Barney Hill) they were not abducted whilst they were asleep. Sleep paralysis is to blame for most alleged alien abductions although there a few very interesting cases such as those mentioned and the abduction of Peter Khoury:

      The aliens have extremely rare chinese mongoloid DNA which is one of the rarest HUMAN lineages known to man, they are oriental!

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      slcockerham 5 years ago from Tallahassee, Florida

      Great hub sparkster, I'm vaguely familiar with Lasar, although the anti-gravity explains the quick, hard turns, it still doesn't explain the craft disappearing or the aliens going through walls.

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      markbennis 5 years ago

      Interesting read Sparkster and what a day that will be when we are all freely using these types of technologies, well my future grandkids are in for a real treat, lucky them, also just imagine what the games consoles will be like for them too, just blows my mind!

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      WD Curry 111 5 years ago from Space Coast

      Alright sparkster. I took chemistry at Annapolis before I got kicked out . . . I mean resigned. I could follow the formulas to a point. It is really not beyond the realm of possbility to pull the anti-gravity thing off.

      I will have to read more of your fascinating work. I am getting busy in the real world though, so it may be sporadic.

      Take it easy.

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      Sparkster Publishing 5 years ago from United Kingdom

      Thanks for the comments. WD Curry 111, I'm currently looking a bit further into that and possibly a link to the book online or some extracts. I'll update this hub when I find them.

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      WD Curry 111 5 years ago from Space Coast

      Be patient with me, the link took me to a place to buy a book. I haven't read it yet. What can be done with the wedge from the center?

      Brits spell funny.

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      dmop 5 years ago from Cambridge City, IN

      Very interesting read, I have followed much of the research on anti-gravity, but this is something new to me thanks for the Hub. Voted up and interesting.