Saturday, December 02, 2006

Area 51, Crashed Flying Saucers, Espionage, Radioactive Isotopes & Bob Lazar

Isotope Can Be Bought Online for $69


Bob Lazar     ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- No luck shopping for that hard-to-buy-for science hobbyist in the family? The rare isotope suspected to have felled former KGB spy Alexander Litvinenko is surprisingly easy to buy _ in fact, for $69, it's a mouse click away.

The polonium-210 you can get online from Sandia Park, N.M.-based United Nuclear is available to the general public in 0.1 microcurie units, an invisibly tiny amount that's exempt from federal licensing restrictions, according the company's Web site.

In a note on the site, United Nuclear founder Bob Lazar says it's not a practical poison: You'd need 15,000 orders from him, more than $1 million worth, to potentially harm anyone, and each order comes electroplated on the inside of the eye of a needle.

Lazar _ a former Las Vegas resident who gained attention years ago for claiming to have worked on a crashed UFO at the Nevada military base known as Area 51 . . .

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See Also: The Strange Behavior of Bob Lazar (Alleged Former Area 51 "Scientist")


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