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Re: Lazar Critique By A Physicist

From: "Mark LeCuyer" <randydan@wavetech.net>
Date: Sat, 18 Jul 1998 01:31:34 -0500
Fwd Date: Sun, 19 Jul 1998 15:02:15 -0400
Subject: Re: Lazar Critique By A Physicist


> From: Keith Woodard <qwoodard@worldnet.att.net>
> To: "UFO Updates" <updates@globalserve.net>
> Subject: Lazar critique by a physicist
> Date: Fri, 17 Jul 1998 14:58:19 -0700
>

> On sci.skeptic today, Dr. David Morgan divulged the location of
> his critique of some of Bob Lazar's statements.  The URL is:

> http://www.physics.wm.edu/~morgan/files/critique.html

> Dr. Morgan is a particle physicist and the The College of William
> & Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia.


Hello Everyone:)

QUOTE: "These statements by Lazar are "total nonsense". There is only
ONE accepted theory of gravity: General Relativity. In GR, gravity is
described as a distortion of spacetime, not as a particle or a wave!
(There are phenomena known as "gravitational waves" which exist in
GR, but this does not seem to be what Lazar is talking about."
UNQUOTE

I believe that scientists who are 'out of the loop' only know and
understand what their limited research has proven to be as fact or as
theory. I say limited because they haven't had the priveledge of
studying extraterrestrial technology. This would open their eyes to a
completely different paradigm. What they understand as the accepted
physical laws of the universe may very well be only partially
correct. And they're only in the very beginning stages of trying to
understand dimensional physics.

It's quite evident that advanced alien civilizations have found most
if not all of the answers to the physical and dimensional laws of the
universe. One example is their ability to bend space and time,
allowing them to traverse hundreds, maybe thousands, or possibly even
millions of light years in a very short amount of time.

Dr. David Morgan is right when he says  QUOTE: "All that I can hope
to demonstrate here is that his scenario would require a COMPLETE
overhaul of our theories of gravity and particle physics in order to
work. Not just some minor changes...I'm talking from the ground up!
Mr. Lazar makes no mention of this fact, and he proposes no
alternative theories. But, if Lazar's scenario is true, then we will
NEED some new theories, because we are wrong about a great many
things. We don't understand gravity. We don't understand nuclear
interactions. We don't understand spacetime. We don't understand
stellar evolution." UNQUOTE

What exciting and adventurous times we have to look forward to.

Read his article at:
http://www.physics.wm.edu/~morgan/files/critique.html