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Element 115, the uncomfortable truth. Ancient Aliens. Bob Lazar’s Element 115 Is NOT what it could be supposedly shortly synthesized in major international research labs. It is actually an incredibly heavier “exotic” isotope, and it is presumed that it will not be synthesized on Earth for several years.Element 115

Element 115, the uncomfortable truth. Ancient Aliens.

It’s been more than ten years since Bob Lazar told his incredible story. To the skeptics, this could seem to nothing but a well-packaged piece of fiction, complete with all the ingredients needed to appear “scientifically” grounded. In fact, I do not know why nobody has done it yet, but Lazar’s story, without even modifying too many things, could easily be translated into an excellent movie. The story, among other things, does not even need to belong to the genre of science fiction, but could well come into the background of those scientifically highly credible scientific films, rooted in the story of a citizen-scientist involved without asking for the activities of superstructures A great power.Bob Lazar

Element 115, the uncomfortable truth. Ancient Aliens.

The strong part of the film could have been the discomfort that this person would have felt in discovering that the world is actually very different from what he had always believed, and so for the rest of his life he had been the victim of a colossal Rage as well as the rest of the world, including us. Of course, that with a very good director would be a success. And then, do you imagine the scene where the protagonist is for the first time in front of a car not manufactured by human beings? Do you imagine it’s genuine astonishment and its incredible excitement in being able to closely examine a thing made by nonhuman hands, to be used by nonhuman hands, from a culture that is not ours, and which is perhaps completely different from ours, Also by setting aside the huge scientific and technological gap? And what about the scene of the flight test? Who would not be willing to do anything in a similar situation?Bob Lazar and flight test

Element 115, the uncomfortable truth. Ancient Aliens.

Well, since Lazarus has gone to the public, many things have happened and many of the information he has released on television has turned out to be correct. For example, in 1994, a paper entitled “The Warp Drive: Hyper-fast Travel Within General Relativity” was published in the scientific journal “Classical and Quantum Gravity”. In this work, Dr. Miguel Alcubierre described with great scientific rigor the method that theoretically would have allowed an astronomer to move between stars at incredible speeds so that even photons could have been considered as snails. All was justified in the same formalism as Einstein‘s theory of general relativity.The Warp Drive Hyper-fast Travel Within General Relativity

Element 115, the uncomfortable truth. Ancient Aliens.

In practice, the trick was to create a bubble of space-time curved around a spaceship, but I will not dwell on the details because this is another story that deserves a space for itself. I only notice that since then many other people have worked on the same issue and that this topic has been talking for some time now even on some NASA Internet sites. Finally, it came to the eyes of the general public with the January 2000 issue (symbolic, no?) Of the Scientific American magazine. Many have not failed to observe, of course, in the magazine you have in hand, that the principle of propulsion based on space-time bubble effectively confirmed what Lazar had said before Alcubierre and had also shown color on his website.bubble of space-time curved around an spaceship

Element 115, the uncomfortable truth. Ancient Aliens.

At the same time, a marvel of wonders, on the same issue as for January of Scientific American, appeared on the Island of Stability that was finally found in the “sea” of Transuranic elements. And everyone’s thought went back to Lazar, who also stated that the fuel of the science fiction nuclear reactor that provided a huge amount of energy to the alien flying disk to the study he was working on, the legendary element 115, was a Stable transuranic. We all wondered: it may have been just a case that the two articles appeared at the same time as the January 2000 issue of Scientific American, which, precisely for its publication date, covered in a certain sense the “symbolic” character of opening a new era? Unfortunately, we are not given the answer to this question. However, I feel it is important at this stage to make known what the real situation is with regard to this “holy grail” of ufologists. From the time Lazar made his revelations, Ufologists’ attention was frequently addressed to the advances made by various world labs such as Berkeley, Darmstadt, and Dubna in the field of element synthesis beyond uranium. After the news of the synthesis of element 114 in December 1999 in Dubna, nowadays it was thought near the time when the synthesis of 115 would be announced and confirmed the substance of Lazar’s statements. However, I think that in reality things might not go exactly like that. Allow me a moment to give you some basic information before getting into the subject. What distinguishes one element from another in the periodic table is virtually the number of protons contained in the nucleus: so hydrogen is the first of all (1 proton alone), while uranium is in place 92 (92 protons).Uranium 92 protons

Element 115, the uncomfortable truth. Ancient Aliens.

Elements with over 92 protons are not found on Earth and must be artificially produced. Since these elements are on the periodic table after the uranium, they all call … transuranic. In addition to the protons, there are neutrons in nuclei of atoms, but while the protons are electrically charged, neutrons are not; I’m just … neutral.

WHAT IS ISOTOPOUS?ISOTOPOUS

Element 115, the uncomfortable truth. Ancient Aliens.

Let’s take a carbon atom. This always has 6 protons and generally has 6 neutrons, But it does not always have 6 neutrons. There is a small percentage of carbon atoms that have less than 6 neutrons or more than 6 neutrons. The best known are those with 7 or 8 neutrons. Under each and every point of view, these are always carbon atoms just like the others. They can also form carbon dioxide, methane or any other compound of this element; Only they are a little heavier because they have 1 or 2 extra protons. But in any case, always occupy the number 6 of the periodic table (because the place depends only on the number of protons). Physicists say that all atoms occupying the same place in the periodic table are called isotopes (and in fact in Greek isotope means the same place). Particularly carbon with 6 neutrons is called carbon 12, it carries carbon atoms with seven and eight neutrons called carbon 13 and carbon 14. The numbers 12,13,14 are obviously the sum of the protons plus the neutrons. As we can see, we have defined in a few words what an isotope is, without using too many technical terms; I hope readers will be grateful to me. Latest notes: While the chemical properties are the same for all isotopes of the same element, so is not for nuclear properties: for example, carbon 12 is stable, while carbon 14 is radiative, that is unstable! In the periodic table, this is a fairly common fact. The number of neutrons, (no matter if or less), can result in unstable isotopes or radiated isotopes. And the statement I make below is very important to understanding the enormity of what I will say about Lazarus 115: Generally, the isotopes of a certain element are few and differ only for very few neutrons or Unless you can usually count on the tip of your fingers.

THE STABILITY ISLANDTHE STABILITY ISLAND

Element 115, the uncomfortable truth. Ancient Aliens.

Then we come to the point: What is this story of the island of stability referred to in Scientific American? Let’s just say that so far there has not been synthesized on Earth one single atom, say one, of a transuranic element that is stable. Fear between Editorial … and then? no fear: Oganessian and colleagues are sure to have found the Island of Stability because they got an isotope of element 114 from the longest life … well, 30 seconds. But then if she only lives for 30 seconds she is not stable! Is that what I said? You must know that, theoretically, the stable isotope of 114, which for several decades has imagined physicists that there is the Island of stability, has a total of 298 of protons and neutrons. Then its nucleus contains 114 protons and 184 neutrons. Oganessian and colleagues have only synthesized the isotopes 289, so the isotope with 9 neutrons less than would be needed. This, as mentioned above, has an average life of about 30 seconds. The big thing is that an isotope of 114 with 2 neutrons less, 287, also synthesized in Dubna, has a mean life of 5 seconds, while 285 (4 neutrons less), which was synthesized in 1999 By Nivov, Gregorich, and colleagues at Berkeley, had an average life of just 0.58 milliseconds. Four more neutrons, therefore, increased the average life of element 114 by more than 10,000 times! And there are still nine more neutrons! It is therefore assumed that by increasing the neutrons, the average life extends to an extent to obtain total stability. A similar and perhaps even more spectacular fact in the numbers has also happened for element 112. These results convinced everyone that stability is at hand, but provided that more neutrons are fed into those blessed nuclei. Forgive me if I’m filling the head of numbers and words, but I’ve found that in Phenology it’s very important to know a little about Physics. In my case, even after having had a close encounter of the first type of a UFO a few years ago, it is imperative to try to apply Physics to explain things I know with certainty to look for them. Maybe I’ll be wrong and our physics is still far from the simplest concepts used by the ET, but I think we already have the basic knowledge to understand a lot, so what I really want is to stimulate a discussion that will reduce the many Shaded areas. In recent years I have had many interactions with various people on the subject, and I must say that the most skeptical were the non-scientists. In fact, the most skeptical skeptics were people with less scientific knowledge. I would like to talk about a day of what can be assumed today on the principle of propulsion of the UFOs from the known physics, to make everyone see shockingly that even George Adamski knew details about the propulsion of a flying saucer that in reality did not have to Knowing, either because of his own basic culture, and for the historical period in which he lived.george adamski ufo

Element 115, the uncomfortable truth. Ancient Aliens.

ELEMENT 115 STABLE

After reading the news of the synthesis of the isotope 289 of element 114, I immediately said: then the stable element should be about the isotope 300 or 301 (that is, a proton plus 1 or 2 neutrons in excess of ‘Isotope 298 theoretically stable of 114). Could it have come to this point that atomic matter allows a “turning” so extraordinary, always according to Lazar? Perhaps we are close to a giant leap of our physics? Are we going to synthesize the key element for interstellar flight? I immediately got the curiosity to see his site (www.boblazar.com) as the 115 isotope used by ETs. And here I was surprised: no isotope was reported. Look at the table below, which reports the same data provided by Lazar: the word “atomic weight” that is important to have a fairly precise idea of the isotope, simply is not there. After a first moment of losing, however, I noticed that the elements were given to compute it, in the density and atomic volume voices. The 115 has not yet been officially synthesized: the date indicated by Lazar relates to the discovery of this element during the retrofitting of the nuclear reactor of a flying saucer. Without it being possible to calculate the weight of the Lazarus atom 115 in terms of atomic mass unit, that is, of neutrons and protons contained. The result is not 300 or so, but … 420 !!! What does this mean? That the nucleus weighs the equivalent of as many as 120 neutrons more than we would expect. I would not like to comment on or make a dialectics about the meaning of this point. However, I am interested in stimulating discussions, so I will only focus on some important points that are certainly useful for each subsequent discussion. First of all: Is Lazar wrong? My opinion is no. Atomic weight is a very important issue and is certainly one of the first numbers that have been calculated. He is surely aware of the fact that this isotope of 115 is absolutely exotic.

So why did not he want to report it back to the table, even if he gave the same parameters to calculate it?

I do not know, but of course, this was done deliberately. But why is it so exceptional that this is the isotope 420 of element 115?

To understand it, keep in mind the two statements that I made before:

– Generally, the isotopes of a certain element are few and differ only for very few or fewer neutrons, which can be counted on the tip of the fingers.

– Stability is at your fingertips, but as long as you can put more neutrons in those blessed nuclei. Well, the first points out that our experience accumulated in the twentieth century with all the elements were so far known does not contain any evidence of isotopes with a huge number of neutrons, and thus makes it revolutionary, if true Lazar’s statements in the field of atomic physics. The second highlights the fact that we already have difficulty creating transuranic nuclei with a normal number of neutrons (because these nuclei are obtained by bumping and melting together two lighter nuclei, but in proportion, they have fewer neutrons than the heavy ones: The result is therefore that we are always short of neutrons). So being able to get a nucleus with even 120 neutrons more than normal is beyond current possibilities. Probably these synthesis experiments should be done near a brilliant source of neutrons in order to improve things. In any case, there are so many 120 neutrons, and the conclusion is one: we are still really very lonely to be able to synthesize that kind of nucleus. Is it plausible that such a nucleus exists?

Why not?

And is it plausible that this nucleus has the properties described by Lazar?

Why not? And if it was a stable quark and gluon plasma? (I hope I will be able to talk to you later about this new state of the matter). In this case, could it, under strong nuclear excitation, emit by stimulating emission a very intense bundle of mesons loaded with the charge of what the strong nuclear force? The beam that would in all respects constitute the wave of the so-called “gravity A” mentioned by Lazar? (Do not forget that Lazar in his working bracket in contact with flying disks had worked at the meson laboratories).meson laboratories

Element 115, the uncomfortable truth. Ancient Aliens.

Since Lazar 115 is the isotope 420, then it could happen that the most common isotope 300 (that is, what could be synthesized from here to a very short time) IS NOT STABLE?

Of course, it may also happen that the isotope 300 or 301 of element 115 IS NOT STABLE! With serious consequences on Psychology. All would superficially say that Lazarus 115 is not stable and that he was an impostor. For this reason, I think it is very important to be aware of this fact of the isotope 420. And what if the isotope 300 or 301 of 115 was also stable?

Nothing; At least at first nothing would happen. Everyone would say that Lazar’s assertions have been confirmed definitively, though from what you read above you understand right away that it would not be the truth. Problems would come out after a long time when a significant amount of this isotope was synthesized when it was discovered that it has none of the properties attributed to it by Lazar. Even in this case, it would be a big hit for Ufology if it were unprepared at this time. In fact, we now understand that the strongest statement of our Bob is not, as everyone thinks, the stability of the isotope banal 300 or 301 of element 115. In light of what we have seen in this article, he does not own Said anything about this isotope 300 or 301. He has always and only talked about the isotope 420 even though he has never made it clear. Therefore, it can be said that its strongest statement (and therefore its prediction to be verified) is as follows: “There may be stable transuranic with a huge number of neutrons in the nucleus. For example, there may be the stable isotope 420 of element 115”. In conclusion, we now know that Lazarus 115 is not the isotope that everyone believes, and that could be synthesized in a short time. In fact, it is a much more sophisticated object, and for compiling its properties in terms of terrestrial physics, it is still several years necessary.

Element 115, the uncomfortable truth. Ancient Aliens.

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