[ RadSafe ] Fwd: Flying saucers
Dixon, John E. (CDC/ONDIEH/NCEH)
gyf7 at cdc.gov
Wed Aug 19 13:09:04 CDT 2015
Regarding element 115,
If the ratio of neutrons and protons in the shells of the nucleus is correctly maintained, then formation of stable element 115 is possible. I am not a particle physicist, but maybe someone in RadSafe could discuss this further?
From: radsafe-bounces at health.phys.iit.edu [mailto:radsafe-bounces at health.phys.iit.edu] On Behalf Of Joseph Preisig
Sent: Tuesday, August 18, 2015 8:08 PM
To: radsafe <radsafe at health.phys.iit.edu>
Subject: [ RadSafe ] Fwd: Flying saucers
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From: Joseph Preisig <jrpnj01 at gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 18 Aug 2015 20:00:54 -0400
Subject: Re: Flying saucers
To: Mark Sonter <sontermj at tpg.com.au>
No, I am not a Man in Black. I am an older unemployed health physicist and geophysicist. $30.00 a barrel oil is not helping
geophysicists. Slac's website??? is discussing another advance in
solar cell tech which may hurt nuclear power.
I suspect Team USA has a TR3B triangular flying saucer, which probably has an electromagnetic drive which allows it to beat gravity. (EM drive due to mercury ions or something else going round and round in a doughnut shaped orbit). TR3B has not been revealed/shared for tactical reasons.
Haunebu has EM drive also, possibly mixed with Victor Schauberger's drive system. German's had Haunebu craft, as did Americans and Russians after they beat Germany. google Haunebu ---- the pictures are really neat.
Bob Lazar (a very bad boy???) discuses another anti-gravity drive in his 40 minute youtube video. Element 115 allegedly uses the Strong
Force as a power source and an anti-gravity drive system. Lazar is
either a total wacko or he broke his confidentiality agreement with Team USA, and the system is real. The story is entertaining, nonetheless. Element 115 has been discovered and this drive system uses a proton induced reaction with Element 115.
The TR3B uses an enriched uranium or plutonium reactor for power??? I expect EM drive systems can propel us throughout our solar system. The TR3B's are observed often in UFO reports. The system Lazar discusses might take us to other stars. See various youtubes about all this.
Enriched plutonium, uranium and Element 115 are all hard to come by. Crashed UFO's may be a source of Element 115. When a TR3B or whatever spaceship crashes, and it has a reactor onboard, quick cleanup is necessary. There are UFO show reports about USA crash response teams working on crashed UFO's without using their radiation detectors to assess dose levels --- such careless individuals end up with gastro-intestinal radiation syndrome or worse, and often lose their lunch. I expect the TR3B generates synchrotron radiation, which
has also affected close-in UFO observers. (erythema, eye damage,
Watch UFO and Ancient Alien shows for more information.
On 8/18/15, Mark Sonter <sontermj at tpg.com.au> wrote:
> Hi Joe,
> Several times you have referred to the Hanebau saucer; if the US govt
> really does have working saucers then it is I think criminal that this
> technology for access to space has been denied to the wider world.
> How can the technology be made available??
> And what threat if any is there from its originators?
> (you are not a 'Man In Black' are you, Joe??
> Mark J Sonter
> Director & Principal Consultant, Radiation Advice & Solutions Pty Ltd,
> abn 31 891 761 435
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