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Bob Lazar: Area 51 & Alien Craft? Don't Ask! | VIDEO

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Physicist, UFO Legend Bob Lazar

This store is the stuff of nuclear dreams

By John Carlisle
Detroit Free Press

     EAST LANSING — You can ask Bob Lazar about the uranium for sale at his store. Feel free to inquire about the infrared death ray he sells, too. But please don’t ask him about the time he spent at Area 51 working on UFOs.

Lazar is the owner of United Nuclear Scientific Equipment and Supplies, a mom-and-pop business unlike any other.

It’s not like the science supply stores of the old days, which sold chemistry sets and microscopes for kids. At United Nuclear, you can stock a mad scientist’s radioactive dream supplies because the items are either exempt from government regulations or are below amounts or concentrations considered dangerous. . . ..

A UFO legend

Lazar always seems to draw attention.

Thirty years ago, he was working at the Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico, where he said his unusual ideas about physics got him noticed. He was soon tapped for a new job in a place that he says turned out to be Area 51, the legendary secret facility where many people are convinced UFOs are housed.

Lazar said he was hired to reverse engineer an alien spacecraft to figure out its propulsion system. Spoiler alert: They travel by creating gravity and using it to distort time and space, he said — and look exactly like the flying saucers in the hokey old science-fiction movies.

But he claims he got fired when he brought some friends to the desert to view the facility’s weekly UFO test flights. . . .


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