Dreamland: An Autobiography

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In need of telling somebody of what he'd seen, Lazar decided to bring some friends into the dessert to watch the tesing of one of the flying objects in 1989. It was small moments like the trash bag balloons that give us a sense of Lazar’s true focus; science and the joy he found in curiosity. I was always curious about Area 51 and the conspiracy’s behind it, after reading I feel a better understanding about the security required for these types of experiments.

I knew this was a low performance test, but still I was hoping to see the craft maneuver in the air.Upon applying, Lazar is treated to a mound of documents pertaining to extraterrestrial craft, dead alien bodies, and a plethora of unbelievable material. He then moved to New Mexico where he studied at the Neutron Science Center at Los Alamos National Laboratory, home to one of the largest particle accelerators in the world. In addition to the craft that we’d been allowed to inspect, I could see eight more saucer shapes through the procession of openings.

Evidence of Lazar's education comes to one possible Associates Degree in Electronics at a Junior College, which is perfectly fine, perhaps that's enough to get you into Los Alamos doing some sort of tech work for a contractor. Conspiracy theorists, UFO hunters among first to flock to Obama's once-secret presidential records".

Lazar owns and operates United Nuclear Scientific Equipment and Supplies, which sells a variety of materials and chemicals.

All of which isn't very surprising since his previous employment up to this point is developing photographs. Lazar and long-time friend Gene Huff ran the Desert Blast festival, [51] an annual festival in the Nevada desert for pyrotechnics enthusiasts. While a quick read, I have to say, overall, I was very disappointed and exhausted after finishing the book, almost to the point where I wish I’d kept the image of Lazar in my mind I had when I first heard about him as a teenager.He largely doesn't consider the larger world of UFO sightings and incidents to be credible, nor does he care for them. As such, the laboratory has no records on Lazar, whom Prothero states was "in short, rather a minor player. Element 115 (temporarily named “ununpentium” (symbol Uup) reportedly provided an energy source which would produce anti-gravity effects under proton bombardment, along with antimatter for energy production. But without seeing an actual craft, or knowing what they were actually working on, they press their superior, Dennis, to show them the craft. To Lazar, a physicist at the Los Alamos Meson Physics Facility, the important thing is the jet engine.

Three decades later, he said he did not think he saw an alien, but speculated that he saw a doll used as reference for the size of the alleged aliens, and that a nickname used for them was "the kids". What frustrated me was that with the exception of Dennis, Barry, and I, there were few other S4 personnel around. I just wish the book had been pushed back and more details included to give us a wider picture and scope of Lazar’s experiences.

Either way, he trudged forward, excited to be working in a field where his passion for science could truly shine. Lazar seems to be taking some liberties with crafting what he believes is witty dialogue between he and his counterparts.

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