Dreamland: An Autobiography

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Nevertheless, Lazar seems a smart guy and quite a handyman with some amateur knowledge of physics, and a good portion of creative fantasy - considering that much of the alien technology is supposed to be based on element 115 which had been endowed by Bob Lazar with some truly amazing properties. To prove he's telling the truth, Bob takes a group of people out into the desert to watch a test flight of the 'flying saucer. Upon applying, Lazar is treated to a mound of documents pertaining to extraterrestrial craft, dead alien bodies, and a plethora of unbelievable material. Lazar's story is also itself the source of the whole concept of Area 51, still widely believed by the UFO community to be a secret facility hiding flying saucers and technology based on them, as described in Lazar's book. Dreamland" is a captivating and controversial book that takes listeners on a mind-bending journey into the world of alleged extraterrestrial technology and government secrecy.

His recollection of certain conversations were also very contrived and far too detailed to have been drawn from memory.Either way, he trudged forward, excited to be working in a field where his passion for science could truly shine. I stood there with my arms folded, rocking back slightly on my heels, and then the craft did something similar. As the intense strong nuclear force field of Element 115’s nucleus would be properly amplified, the resulting large-scale gravitational effect would be a distortion or warp of space-time that would, in effect, greatly shorten the distance and travel time to a destination.

Lazar's sincerity and conviction in his accounts make for a gripping and immersive listening experience that will leave listeners questioning the boundaries of what we know. As it lifted off, I could see the blue glow of a corona discharge coming from the bottom of the craft. The reactor was positioned at the center of the upper level, with an antenna extending to the top, [g] surrounded by three "gravity amplifiers". More anecdotal evidence and corroboration have come out over the past 30 years that seem to support the narrative and vindicate his unbelievable claims.

It merely shows the crazy maze we navigate when such extraordinary claims are brought forward about UFOs. Each of them looked to be of similar shape, and it wasn’t just because of the distance I was from each of them, but they appeared to be of slightly different size. I don't normally post reviews, but this book is new this month and figured some ratings would help others check it out. Can you honestly say you remember exactly what you said to someone in a conversation, verbatim, even a week ago?

As such, the laboratory has no records on Lazar, whom Prothero states was "in short, rather a minor player. He said that the propulsion system relied on a stable isotope of E115, which allegedly generates a gravity wave that allowed the vehicle to fly and to evade visual detection by bending light around it. His description of the briefings, the technology he studied, and the crafts he examined were very engrossing. Most purchases from business sellers are protected by the Consumer Contract Regulations 2013 which give you the right to cancel the purchase within 14 days after the day you receive the item. This allegedly caught the eye of the government who recruited him to work on recovered alien technology out at a location known as S-4, a number of miles from the infamous, and for a long time "non-existent" Area 51 installation, where Lockheed Martin engineered some of its greatest planes, including the U2 spy plane, the SR-71, and the F-117 stealth fighter.

By bidding on, or purchasing this item, you are agreeing to us sharing your name and address details with that 3rd party supplier to allow us to fulfil our contractual obligations to you. Prothero have stated that nobody with Lazar's high school performance record would be accepted by either institution.

Flash forward one year later and in October of 2019 a new book appeared on shelves, published by an imprint of To The Stars Academy, Tom DeLonge's fledgling Science and Entertainment venture. Without effective tools, moderators cannot combat spammers, bad actors, or the entities who enable either; without the freedom to choose how and where they access. Lazar states this system runs on a mysterious "substance" yet undiscovered and ultimately unknown which there is no evidence for. The stressful work and long, odd hours start to wear on Bob and he becomes con In Dreamland: An Autobiography readers are exposed to a snapshot of Bob's life in the mid-to-late 80s during a time when he worked at Los Alamos National Labratory, and gained noteriety for constructing a jet engine for his car.

Don’t expect more info on the craft he worked on, as this autobiography gives you more information on Bob’s life before and during his time at S4. The biggest mystery yet revealed is why GoodReads refused to allow me to add this book to my read list without a glitch. All of which isn't very surprising since his previous employment up to this point is developing photographs. Just the fact that Lazar was let in on super sensitive stuff even before receiving clearance seems suspect (although he did have Q clearance already from an earlier job). Published by a newly announced imprint of Tom DeLonge’s To the Stars Inc, the book promised the complete story of Lazar’s beginnings as a physicist, his work at several high-level laboratories, and his eventual work on flying saucers at S-4.

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