Re: Tom Mahood's theory on Bob Lazar

Message posted by Martin1997 (Member since 07/14/2019) on June 24, 2021 at 5:12:43 PST:

Non-yet graduated particle physics student talking here, so what I say is to be taken with a grain of salt.

I'm a bit skeptical for several reasons. First is that particle accelerator always requires a large amount of space and fully dedicated & permanent buildings. I don't really see where they could have hide those type of installation (especially if they want to direct the beam towards the atmosphere) in Groom at this time.

In addition, the size of the accelerator growth with the energy you want to transfer to the particle (typically, the biggest CERN accelerator has a circumference of 27km). I'm not that much familiar with plasma physics but I assume that the amount of energy necessary to trigger those kind of visual atmospheric phenomenon would -if even possible- require enormous installation.

In Reply to: Tom Mahood's theory on Bob Lazar posted by Peter on June 23, 2021 at 18:56:59 PST:


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