Unexplainable.Net has shown interest in Bobn Lazar’s stories and claims in past articles. But we were perplexed when Bob’s UFO site vanished. All we were left with was a quote saying “This site has been hacked to death”.
Upon publishing an article about his dissapearance, we have received several replies from interested third parties. DLC dug some dirt of good ole BOB Lazar, and filled us in with excellent information pertaining to Bob’s wareabouts and current happenings.
We have tried locating Bob Lazar as well and this is one of the things we have found, click here…. http://www.boblazar.com/closed . Of course you will not have a user name or password to receive his report. Just click cancel. I have information on his site, when he activated it and when it will expire as well as his administrative contact.
Robert Scott Lazar or Bob Lazar’s current Web Site below…..
Lazar buys Roswell missile silo for Mars experiment
|From: [email protected] (Glenn Campbell, Las Vegas)
Date: Thu, 19 Feb 1998 22:42:06 -0800
This was recently posted to the newsgroups... Newsgroups: alt.conspiracy.area51,alt.alien.visitors,alt.paranet.ufo Date: Wednesday, February 18, 1998 11:24 From: "belkin, H" <[email protected]> For those that follow the Lazar saga, a real estate friend of mine informs me that he recently bought a decommissioned underground Atlas "F" missile base outside of Roswell, NM. He said that Lazar paid in full with a check from his company and was moving heavy equipment out to the site yesterday Apparently, he and this guy Jon Farhat are converting it into some sort of Biodome. They have a web site about this thing at http://www.jfi.net/underground To confirm that it is Lazar, see http://www.jfi.net/underground/about_us.htm Here is the profile of the two principals, re-posted here for the record.... Robert Lazar: Founder, Senior Physicist, Project Manager. Jon Farhat: Founder, Engineering, Design and Digital Supervisor. Both Lazar and Farhat are officers of Terraform Inc. and together maintain the CERF research facility. Robert Lazar President, United Nuclear, design and manufacture of Alpha radiation detection equipment for nuclear weapons industry. Executive director, Neon Caterpillar Productions, specializing in computer systems analysis. President, Jet Processing Imaging Systems, industrial photo imagery. Formerly, Nuclear Physicist, Los Alamos National Laboratories, New Mexico, involved in advanced nuclear weapon design and development. U.S.Department of Navy, Nevada Test Site, Senior Staff Physicist, advanced propulsion development. Co Founder: Terraform Inc. Jon Farhat President JFI Inc. An entertainment and information publishing studio. Jon Farhat is an Academy Award Nominated Visual Effects director in Hollywood CA. Some of his most recent credits include The Nutty Professor, The Mask, My Fellow Americans, and is currently finishing a project for 20th Century Fox called Dr. Dolittle. Farhat combines his extensive background in mathematics, industrial engineering and computer generated imagery to produce visual designs, growth analysis and monitoring systems for the facilities experiments. Co Founder: Terraform Inc. And here is their project... Ultimately, the purpose of Project Terraform is to create a subterranean, self-contained environment that precisely duplicates the ambient temperatures, pressures, atmospheric and chemical compositions of the planet Mars. This will enable researchers to perform an ongoing real-time analysis of the Martian ecosystem based on data from the Pathfinder and Viking Martian probes. The project will be split into two phases. Phase 1 will test the integrity of the facility by sustaining a sealed biological Earth environment for a period of approximately 6 months. The 2 story Control Center will monitor conditions within the Silo Chamber and also serve as the main operations area, providing state of the art computer and communication facilities well as a general work area for the researchers involved. Phase 2 will be the conversion, operation and maintenance of the Silo Chamber into a stable equatorial Martian environment. Total conversion time of the chamber is expected to take approximately 12 months to complete after the termination of Phase 1.