Bob Lazar: The Original Whistleblower

Just heard about a new Bob Lazar doco coming out. No release date yet:

Sign me up for that shit. I'm a big Lazargay and don't know how I haven't heard about it until now. I love this guy whether he's a Leaker, Liar, or Lunatic. Reconstructing a model of S-4 base seems like a cool idea.

Stratton Oakmont Wolf of Wall Street Shirt $21.68

POSIWID: The Purpose Of A System Is What It Does Shirt $21.68

Stratton Oakmont Wolf of Wall Street Shirt $21.68

  1. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    Ever seen this? He rarely mentions it anymore.

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      Rarely, or is that the only reference?

      • 1 week ago
        Anonymous

        That’s the only one I can find with his direct words, but I know Bigelow mentioned Bob talking about it on Joe Rogan.

  2. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    Buy an ad, bob.

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      I doubt he knows or cares about /x/

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      Ha. I almost wrote in OP:
      >inb4 buy an ad

      Does read like that, but I genuinely hadn't heard about this until now. Looks better than the previous gay Corbell self-insert 'muh doco'. This one is an appealing idea and I can believe that Lazar is genuinely interested more than just repeating himself as he's done before. Would appeal to his spergy detailed nature and leave behind a better more normie digestible and comprehensive record of his claims.

      If I was advertising I would have at least got the name right and mentioned Lazar driving a BTTF DeLorean on a Nevada dry lake, because that's actually pretty fricking cool and sounds worth the price of admission alone.

      Kind of obvious idea in retrospect to hit Lazar up with, one that he might actually go for, that is worth making. Also kind of a legit thing for Lazar to be involved with rather than the usual UFO conference circuit shit. If I had the money I'd have proposed it too. Also gay who did set it up seems less annoying that Corbell, (not a big hurdle to jump, but will be interesting to see how that shakes out). I just hope he doesn't make it all about himself being best buds with Bob Lazar.

      Not only did Corbell look like a moron in his own doco but was super fricking annoying in the Rogan interview where the only useful thing he could have done was STFU and go away.

      I saw Lazar on TV as kid, was a sciencegay, so my parents were asking me whether what he was saying was scientifically legit. Been following it ever since and this looks like its going way better than expected. I don't buy everything going on with the government shit concerning UFOs, but I still got a kick out of this:
      https://www.youtube.com/shorts/2JxYjfwzHaA

  3. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    I have a lot of trouble when choosing whether to believe him or not. A lot of people talk about Psyops and grifters, but I have seen 2 UFOs and I'm not american, so I doubt it'd be something they'd go so far as to forge. As for the charlatans, well, water gets muddied but in doing so, many core concepts get diluted and more dispersed. If I were to form my opinion on Lazar right now, it's: he knows some shit from his own career and experience, he had more to lose than to gain, many people must've had their own experiences and went after him to share it with a more established name, thus expanding his own repertoire. However, it's very difficult to trust everything he says, both because it's possible he misinterpreted things or straight up lied to keep the momentum, and the amount of people who must've distorted his words must be unreal. My approach with him is not to take it as some pinnacle of ufology and evidence, but rather interesting ideas that only time will allow me to know whether they were spot on, approximations of something more complex, or lies created as the years and fame passed. Although I'd be glad if someone showed me another side to this, maybe he has said some undeniably amazing stuff I've missed.

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      he definitely saw some weird shit the gov doesn't want us to know but that doesn't mean it was aliens or that everything he says is true or trustworthy

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      I love Bob because if he's totally full of shit it makes him one of the best liars I've ever seen, with a great imagination and movie-tier story.

      But if you know anything about science, you know Bob does too, belying the idea he doesn't have the required formal education in science/physics as the deboonkers claim. He's never said anything that wasn't accurate in that regard, and rightly points out when alien tech is inconsistent with normal scientific understanding and the Standard Model of physics. He uses scientific terminology correctly, speaks in a logical, scientific manner not pretending to know more than he could in regard to facts and phenomena he himself claims to have observed. Clearly states when he's making an educated guess, extrapolating, involved in conjecture, and he's been consistent about that for decades.
      Besides a few nitpicks, misinterpretations, and claimed inconsistencies, usually by those who don't understand science themselves, (like the later synthesis of Element-115 is misinterpreted by unscientific morons on both sides - including that fricking moronic literal bearded homosexual Corbell), he's been shockingly consistent for decades.

      Could he be self-taught in science? Sure. But that field isn't all just something you can go to a public library and look up. There are nuances that are passed on via institutions, like lab techniques, informal jargon, etc. Particularly relevant the handling of chemicals, radioactive, or hazardous materials. There's a large gap when it comes to not knowing what you don't know that is obvious to anyone who does.

      It's possible someone with a high intelligence and motivation could bullshit their way around an institution long enough to be convincing like that 'Catch Me If You Can' guy pretending to be an airline pilot, (but Frank Abagnail couldn't actually fly a plane either):
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frank_Abagnale

      And you similarly can't help be impressed by that in itself if that's the case.

      • 1 week ago
        Anonymous

        >[redacted]

        ayy's are for the weak minded. anything and AEverything can be accomplished through alchemy. any ayy encounter was an alchemist transcending their place in time to study or times. Destiny exists and text can only hold so much information. if we have any hope of returning to our true alchemic past we must return to word of mouth in our grimours and conversations about our missions. currently I am looking for a shape-shifting witch from the shores of the land of devils. my Gurus claim she knows the location of the great British blood nut.

        https://voca.ro/148OjnHtZYQY

        • 1 week ago
          Anonymous

          Well obviously.

          Any more obvious observations Captain Obvious?

  4. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    https://odysee.com/@ArtBellFan:3/artbell-boblazar:e

    6h+ Bob on Art Bell

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *