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New England Patriots’ nightmare Tom Brady scenario very much in play

Tolbert, Krueger and Brooks

03:54 min | 9 months ago

New England Patriots’ nightmare Tom Brady scenario very much in play

"At a more I can ask you about New England because man this is juicy solid sounds like Brady does not want to retire that Brady would like to come back it sounds like Robert Crandall were lying desperate to have him back in New England and yet there is this kind of something hovering over this situation as Belichick want Brady back we don't know is Brady wanna be with Belichick any longer we don't know is there any chance in your mind that Robert Kraft chooses Tom Brady over bill Belichick and Belichick is moving on so but let me say this Robert Kraft can certainly mediate this if necessary the I found it no it wasn't Tom Brady senior who is right there right DSL said this is Tom seizure Newman is bill Belichick's call it's up to bill Belichick he controls what time is going to do so that's what it does if you watch list of the Bella check after the game he didn't want to say much he acknowledged that you know that calm is an icon there with pages and all the he loves them and all that stuff but he also said something very revealing which is that Hey this is a two way street and you know when they went into the contract this past year it was Tom's idea Brady the I did it he just said this project it is basically you ended this year any other cancer had three agency but not be franchise and so what what Belichick kind of said the other night briefly well that it is a two way street here no kind of like Tom had a choice but now we're in a different choice because to me bill Belichick is the architect of this team as he's done a marvelous job but if you saw what was around Tom Brady this year I don't care who's playing quarterback I mean yeah maybe Russell Wilson is somebody that can overcome some of the weaknesses that there is a bit weird the receiver is doing adamant got a hundred passes and I'm showing we're gonna find out he's really injured this year it's always amazing I don't drop the ball but you know what it was that the tide introduction obviously because rob about Kelsey fell off the only way to be if you what Tom Brady and bill Belichick both counted on was that they had Antonio brown and that was going to fix a lot of problems it was Robert Kraft the owner who decided after Antonio brown messed up by the weekend it that this was not going to be for him and so grab one Tom Brady back I believe Tom must come back I think the best place form is New England and then it's a matter Belichick's got the better players come out of any any attempt to do it we know we can do that but no don't you sure kind of that that little shot there about no it's not a known it is a two way street Tom Tom Tom wanted this to go either way this crisis which is now I go is there and they can make it a bigger crisis Belichick says dole but it was going to play quarterback for the year instead of is not ready yet you know and it's all month to play and I think this month is a probably bugs dollar check and I don't know this because they told me yes yeah you know Tom because of this family he is is all season is different he doesn't show up until later in the offseason but if you're gonna be working with new receivers yeah I David bill Belichick is probably going to want him around more frequently to get them all close up but on the same page when we are moving parts and now we don't know Josh McDaniels is going to be there and and as the office you Lycos dot a scar neck you coming back and we just saw it there the receivers coach just begin the New York Giants

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"robert crandall" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

Mysterious Universe

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"robert crandall" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

"We got that from Stanford Mun the two things you just said, which is sad because STAN is supposed to be this cop on the beat of Ufology. He's suppose. To be this kind of guardian of all things sacred UFO's, but honesty, he's he was a deck. I mean that was absolutely unfortunate. It's like he's got a vendetta of sorts against Lozada. Yeah. Exactly. Richard Dolan just told me on his show when he was just getting started in new follow. Dan, pulled him aside is the big dog and said, you better get your opinion right on Lazar. He's obsessed. He's obsessed and we all understand is a handsome, man. But come on Europe says, okay. So whatever whatever basically at this point. I've got a guy doctor Robert Crandall. So he is a graduate PHD from MIT. I absolutely confirmed his work at the secret facility their secret these secure facilities. And then I've also confirmed the overlap that he'd have with Bob Lazar, but I didn't even need to because he just the way he knew stuff. It was amazing. So everybody tries to diminish this. If they have a reason dog in the fight to diminish he did not say he knew Baba's was a physicist by looking at his pocket protector because he had the right number of pens and pencils. That's what you know. Other people. I'm not gonna mention their names anymore. Want to try to diminish? Bob story, a Robert Crandall testimony about Bob by Saint stuff like that. No, look at the transcripts more portly. Listen to the interview. I asked him point blacks of Bob, was physicist outlets. And you knew that he goes. Yeah. Absolutely. He was the way you know, that is because you don't know exactly you don't talk about specific projects that you're doing. But when you're insecurity briefings together, you're getting briefed on things about physics. You're getting briefed on things about the projects you're doing in a kind of mass scale when you do those acuity briefings. So absolutely he knew baba was physicist at Los Alamos. In fact, he was kind of a namrd with him. He said he was kind of a rockstar at Los Alamos. Here's a guy's handsome. He's got like this jet car and just kind of an enigmatic personality, and he says smart physicist and everybody kind of talks about him. That was the experience he had so, yeah, look, it's one of many proof positives that we have how how much further do you need? I've got a bonafide physicists from Los Alamos at that time period. Yeah. That was my colleague. And he's not even vogue is. Tell me what else we need to do you. Tell me this so many things that that add up after the fact, you know, it's like thirty years later, and he wants his question in the film. You also will how could have known these things how could they people have known him if he walls and telling the truth in some of these are really incredible one of them. And this is a major point in your film, this a someone who's paps important to Bob skirt ability with someone who Bob remembered couldn't quite remember the name of the agency that did the Q security clearances full them, the organizers security clearances, but he could yard acute beyond really. But he he remembered the name of the God just that name seemed to stick in his mind, and you manage to track this guy down he remembered because the guy left a business card now, I've been visited by a number of agencies to do security clearances for associates of mine. Right. So the intelligence agency. He's here in America. Let's say you have a friend who's going for a really cool job. They need the societas and people that they known to Rivera basic details about their life. So they come. They do interviews with you all agencies. Do it this way. Okay. If you're not home, they'll leave you a little card and on that car. They got their name the contact the callback number, and they're like, please call me 'cause I came to visit you right? That's precisely what happened. So the reason Bob knew the name was because the guy had left a card. So apparently the guy had written his name on a card, which I got a handwritten card recently as well. That's that's true. That happens they actually handwrite their name on a car. And by the way, I have a photo of the one that was named. It was done for Bob. I just got that later. It's kind of neat. But what does it prove?.

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"robert crandall" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

Mysterious Universe

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"robert crandall" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

"I've heard you say that when you go Bob on camera for the first time off to twenty nine nearly thirty years you realize straightaway. That this is a different ball, blah. What changes could you see compared to the young guy that was interviewed by George Napa, let time ago how had he changed? It's starting to me the way people grow and change. I mean. Maybe maybe George could answer this question better. You know? I'm not sure what he saw. But what I saw is. I finally saw somebody who at least to me was willing to talk completely openly. He wasn't Gordon with me. He told me matter of fact, this happened whether you like it or not, and I'm not going to try to convince you I'm not going to try to impose that upon. You you ask. And I'm so I'm telling you, I'm giving you an honest answer. And you know, you take that for what it's worth, and I respect that so much. However in the first time I ever interviewed, Bob. I mean, I brought some stuff up. He's like, Nope. Not talking about that. Jeremy? So there are limits to what he's willing to to give especially on camera. But I'll just tell you as as a person as an individual. I think the difference is you see a guy who who stay seeing his own mortality as we all do as we as we get older. You'll. Looking at your life. And you're deciding will now that I'm here. You know, what's important, what is important to me and my daily life. What is important to my legacy? And I think things had gotten so distorted that I was able to convince Bob, you know, who's reluctance allergic to interviews convinced him that there is value in telling his story again yet through the lens of thirty years with new information. Let's talk about some of that new information that you abled on cover some of the claims that Bob made in the late nineteen eighties. You were able to confirm something's yourself. Ilya was speaking about Los Alamos, and you manage to confirm through a a soul who worked with remembered him being that who will set souls. This is amazing because I love the attempts by the debunk who are supposed to be their actual scientists. Who try to debunk this? And I'm going to slap them in the face right now. 'cause you got it wrong. And it's going to hurt so bad. If you can be a man stand up for ready. Here's what happened. I met a guy named Dr Robert Crandall and how I met him not important, but I met him and he allowed me to come in on me to record an interview with him. He's not a UFO guy. He is a scientist. And he actively works at all of these classified facilities as a scientist. And he remembers Bob Lazar here. Members Baba's are from nineteen eighty. Early eighties. Whatever he worked. Hugh members Baba's are from Los Alamos. I confirmed the exact years and times Bob Lazar said he worked at Los Alamos. And by the way, the medical records person who digitize his medical records for Los Alamos called me and told me all the details said because a hip laws. I can't give it to you. But I just want you to know personally. Bob Lazar was here. Yeah. Of course. But I can't put that kind of thing in a movie. So anyway, so he got this physicist. And he says, yeah, I confirmed all of his work. He's worth some cool stuff. I mean, lots of these classified basis, but he absolutely confirmed. He worked at Los Alamos at the time that baba czar was also in the phone book was also in the newspaper as a physicist there. So they're overlapping, and when he sold bubbas are at Los Alamos, what was Bob lozad doing was Bob LA, you know, working at the cafeteria was Baba's genita- like those claims that we've heard right? So those claims require evidence, and those claims are memes now that it's so unfortunate. It's like what Phil class used to do to the Afo community to try to you know, from a government perspective really tried to diminish the whole subject. He's a debunk or he is the classic debunked..

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"robert crandall" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

13:34 min | 1 year ago

"robert crandall" Discussed on KTRH

"Gentlemen. Of course, the big argument about Bob and the criticism that his most vocal debunk bring up is about his background where he worked where he went to school. And we hear that stuff over and over at despite whatever information we've been able to provide over the years can't really prove it. Absolutely. But they're strong indications that Bob is telling the truth the key for me as I've said a couple of times over the years was whether or not he worked as a physicist in classified programs at Los Alamos, which is the story. He had told we went through jump through a lot of hoops in that regard contact in the lab, which denied having any files or information about them, then we came up with the Los Alamos newspaper article that showed that he they had reported that he worked there. He was in the lab bone book, we had contact with a subcontractor ahead hundred company that had I hired him to work out there and. They had agreed to provide the files to us. And then they said they couldn't find him. And then they refused to take our calls anymore or respond to letters. So a lot of games were played back in those days by his former employers who did not want to cooperate and who purposely, muddy the waters, Jeremy you were able to Pierce the veil a little bit by finding someone who could confirm in fact that Bob was there and did work as a physicist we're going to hear this clip. And then after we hear the clip I want you to tell us how you found him. And what else he said, let's what was your impression of what Bob was doing it Los Alamos in the eighties. Well at the time, I I was there. I really didn't know what specifically Bob we've doing we didn't work together. We simply cross pans at least, you know, in in in glancing view. I know what he was up to any more than he knew what I was up to. But you did know that he was a physicist. Yes. And that was very clear to you that he was a physicist at Los Alamos and not again like the. Janitor, right? And in in conversations with so my colleague against sitting over lunch. You know, we'd be talking about something something happening or who's doing something. It's okay to talk among yourselves. You just not allowed to tell your wife or your kids. What you do and somebody. Oh, yeah. That's Bob over there is working on something something project. And so did you get any other impressions? I mean, you've described kind of him very, well, he's got kind of got the Hawking's face. He's he stands out. He's got the pocket protector. He's a physicist working at Los Alamos. Is there anything else that stood out about Bob one of the? Who told me about him building your jet car? Okay. So Jeremy who was that. Why does this fellow was telling me about how he built a jet car? That was like a mic drop it right there. That's a doctor Robert Crandall, and he was just an individual that. I got connected to I basically have ways to scour this social media for I know Baba's. All right new Bob Lazar, basically put out these little spider bought the basically tell me if I get a pink through social media rather than just a normal Google alert. And sure enough somebody says, I know a guy that knew Bob Lazar followed up on it. And I don't know if he wants his name said, but it's a a friend of mine, and he connected me with Dr Robert Crandall, I go there. I started talking with him and he's just candid straightforward. We ended up having a good kind of friendship, and you know, he let me put him on record. Look, I feel like we're reinventing the wheel this is. So ridiculous, George you went through Los Alamos holding a camera with Bob he had the run of the place. What am I even doing having to bring? This up again. But I felt it was necessary because of the fake news and the bunkers who keep reinventing the same lies and propagating these memes that Bob was our was a janitor at Los Alamos, give me a break. So that's why I did it. That's Dr Robert Cray, go. I verified beyond a shadow of a doubt that he was there at exactly the same time as Bob was there, by the way, there's things I can't say specifically because of like hippo laws or whatever. But the guy Bob, you don't even know this the guy that digitized your medical records from Los Alamos called me and wanted me to know it was true. Couldn't go any further. So you calls like that all the time. So this is Robert kringle. But I want to bring something up right now the elephant in the room, which is that, you know. It's so sad to me. This guy stand Freeman did. Everybody admires so much. I'm sorry, George. I know this your show, and I don't mean any disrespect. But it is so unbelievable to me. He propagated dismiss allergy. He had a double standard. I mean, the, you know, the cop on the beat the, you know, the sheriff of Ufology he should be arrested for having a double standard, it's total Bs. He's used he used the same still class debunking techniques that were used against him that us against others into the detriment of the UFO conversation either to basically. Dehumanize, Bob, and tell a story and a narrative and create means that ideas before they were called memes on social media works you about Bob. So I had to do this. I had to go to Dr kringle. I had to get him to say, I don't know anything about your foes. But I'll tell you Bob was a physicist that Los Alamos, and then they'll stand calls them the next day. He calls them the next day as if that's hard research is go after the people that I found right? And he goes after him, and he goes, oh, he said he was wearing a pocket protector. And that's how he recognizes a physicist. No as you can tell from that quote, right? There don't distort. It. Don't twist it. He knew Bob was a physicist because they sit there, and they talk so Bob just again in case you cared, which I know you don't you're validated. One more time is being a physicist at Los Alamos. Even though Georgia's done at ten ways from Sunday since nineteen eighty nine and Jeremy Krankl had said to you that he was insecure briefings with Bob, this is just just not just. Meeting him in the cafeteria. No, he specifically remember security briefings at Los Alamos and know, the janitors are not, you know, welcome in those specific technical briefings. So yeah. But that's that. Even the crux of it. And the crux of it is I have to repeat this really I have to do this. We have to do this conversation again aren't there? Bigger thing. I'm interested. Hey, bob. What about the craft you worked on? What implications? Would it have if they released this technology to the mass public? That's kind of a more. Interesting question, isn't it? The janitor thing is hilarious to me because it's an easy thing to verify you just as to speak to my wife or any co workers, and they'll verify that I can't clean up after myself, much, less anybody. Hey, I'll tell you one more thing, Bob, I was just on a show with a colleague named Richard Dolan. And it he told me a story. I'd never heard. It was how stand my cornered him. Because I know this guy's been kinda up at you since the very beginning. Okay. He cornered him at the beginning of Richard Dolan's career. And he's like now that I see you're writing books, and you're really into this. I wanna make sure you have the right opinion on Baba's are and tried to convince him, you know, convince him from the get go whatever you said wasn't true. And he told me that story live on the internet the other day, you know, it was his awkward pressure. So, you know, look, man, there's always gonna be people that are out to get you. There's always going to be people that don't know you. And hopefully, this film gives people little. Glimpse into your life. So they can't dehumanize you to diminish. Your message. Just go ahead and tell them, and that's what the film is four. So hopefully, it did it. You know, Bob, maybe you should start going to UFO conferences, except for you've already made millions of dollars on this. The story you made. Because people like to hear it. I mean, you know. It's it's twenty nine years later and every day, I get calls or people stop me to ask about you. And how you're doing. And and whatever happened to that guy, and, you know, especially now after the tack and Tom long TSA stuff has come out the stories in the New York Times and elsewhere where the whole topic is being viewed in a in a more positive way, people are really out in the open about discussing it. So they're always interested in what became a you. Can you take a moment and just talk about United nuclear a lot of that. I mean, it features in Jeremy's film about what your day is like the, you know, the those who think that you're not a real scientist. You don't know what you're talking about? I think are going to learn a lot just from seeing what your day to day is like. Well, United nuclear is a company I started it's been around since I maybe ninety eight or something like that it's grown it started out as doing. Really prototype or RND work for government entities. Actually, when I left Los Alamos, some of the reason I left there was to do contract work for a while. I can make a lot more money and have a lot more freedom. If I worked alongside the lab instead of four them. So it started out doing that doing consulting work for other corporations, and you know, other government entities, and then also moved into a retail. You know, selling unique are hard to sign scientific equipment and supplies everything from test, tubes voltage, power supplies to chemicals and radioactive isotopes. And that sort of thing. So it's it's interesting to me because every day is somewhat different. I mean this time of year, we're filling orders for you know, for Christmas for you know, the world's full of science geeks. Do. That like all kinds of stuff like this. But you know, normally we would. Have a quite a range of different projects to be involved. In at one time. We had a company approach us to make a device that would count well sperm. You know? We've had another construction company wants that was applying for Mike tops. Orlando tops stuff, you know, countertops and tables that sort of thing, and they wanted a pyrotechnic glue made they couldn't wait for the glue to dry. They just wanted to be able to like the end of it splash under it, and, you know, be cured instantly. Anyway, these projects like that. Or always keep you interested the job, always changes. And it's something very interesting. What about government work? I you know, I raised the question in this context in that. I remember after even after you are Bob the UFO guy, you still had a contract to provide radiation detectors to Los Alamos. And I'm sure at one point they had to discover, holy moly. This is the same guy. And I don't know if you lost it because you're a Bob the guy, but you have done work for the government over the years, right? Since can you say, you know, this is this is a true. I'm sure you hear one hand doesn't know what the other's doing. Yeah. That's absolutely true. I mean, you know, different departments in the government have no idea what's going on other ones. Then we held the contracts with Los Alamos, you know, years and years after all this stuff happened in you know, designing building and repairing alpha radiation, detectors detectors detect. You know, small amounts of plutonium. That's why they're used at Los Alamos 'cause it's a weapon laboratory. You know, we've had other contracts to some I can't even talk about. But yeah, I'm essentially blacklisted in one part. But that absolutely does not mean that takes you off the grid to everybody else. I work for the for the navy. We manufactured. Uh? Title type ultra-violet light that will detect leaks in their cooling systems. I mean, we worked for and done have worked and done, you know, prototyping and RND work for, you know, all kinds of branches of the government. And I'm not even sure that they know who they're dealing with. They just want to get their product done. And that's that's about it. Jeremy you got to not only stay at Bob's home. But this spend a lot of time in the lab in the company and see what he does during the day. For those who say, he's not a scientist. He doesn't know what he's talking about. What would you say to them? I mean, it's it's absolutely ridiculous. You know, the the people that say that they don't know who Bob is. They don't know what his life is like it. It is like the willy Wonka of science. You know, he's creating an incredible things. You look he's got employees there with him every day. They you know, when he's saying these things he's not isolated like, he's just saying them. There's a whole community of people and friends, and he has he's a real person with a real life. Yeah. Bob's the scientists. I've heard him on the phone pick up the phone, and you could tell he's talking to like a young kid that just bought like a neodymium magnet..

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"robert crandall" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

14:45 min | 1 year ago

"robert crandall" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Gentlemen. Of course, the big argument about Bob and the criticism that his most vocal. Debunk bring up is about his background where he worked where he went to school. And we hear that stuff over and over. Despite whatever information we've been able to provide over the years can't really prove it. Absolutely. But they're strong indications that Bob is telling the truth. The key for me as I've said a couple of times over the years was whether or not he worked as a physicist in classified programs at Los Alamos, which is the story. He had told we went through jump through a lot of hoops in that regard contact and the lab which denied having any files or information about them, then we came up with the Los Alamos newspaper article that showed that he they had reported that he worked there. He was in the lab bone book, we had contact with a subcontractor ahead hundred company that had I hired him to work out there, and they had agreed to provide the files to us. And then then they said they couldn't find him. And then they refused to take your calls anymore or respond to letters. So a lot of games were played back in those days by his former employers who did not want to cooperate and who purposely muddy the waters, Jeremy you were able to. To Pierce the veil a little bit by finding someone who could confirm in fact that Bob was there and did work as a physicist, we're gonna hear this clip. And then after we hear the clip I want you to tell us how you found him. And what else he said, let's go is your impression of what Bob was doing at Los Alamos in the s well at the time, I was there. I really didn't know what specifically Bob we've doing we didn't work together. We simply cross pans at least, you know, in in in glancing view. I know what he was up to any more than he knew what I was up to. But you did know that he was a physicist. Yes. And that was very clear to you that he was a physicist at Los Alamos and not again, like the janitor, right? And in in conversations with so my colleague against sitting over lunch. You know, we'd be talking about something something happening or who's doing something. It's okay to talk among yourselves. You just not allowed to tell your wife or your kids. What you do? But somebody that's Bob over there is is working on something some project. And so did you get any other impressions? I mean, you've described kind of him very well. He's got kind of got the Hawking's face. He's he stands out. He's got the pocket protector. He's a physicist working at Los Alamos. Is there anything else that stood out about Bob and one of the fellows who telling me about him building a jet car? Okay. So Jeremy who was that. The fellow was telling me about how he built the jet car that was like a mic drop bovid right there. That's a doctor Robert Crandall, and he was just an individual that. I got connected to I basically have ways to scour the social media for I know, Bob Lazar, I knew Bob Lazar, basically put out these kind of little spider bought the basically tell me if I get a pink through social media rather than just a normal Google alert. And sure enough somebody says, I know a guy that knew Bob Lazar followed up on it. And I don't know if he wants his name said, but it's a friend of mine, and he connected me with Dr Robert Crandall, I go there. I started talking with him. And he's just candid straightforward. You know, we ended up having a good friendship, and you know, key. Let me put him on record. Look, I feel like we're reinventing the wheel this is so ridiculous, George you. Went through Los Alamos holding a camera with Bob he had the run of the place. What am I even doing having to bring this up again? But I felt it was necessary because of the fake news and the bunkers who keep reinventing the same lies and propagating. These means that Bob was our was a janitor at Los Alamos, give me a break. So that's why I did it. That's Dr Robert Cray, go I verify beyond a shadow of a doubt that he was there at exactly the same time as Bob was there, by the way, there's things I can't say specifically because of like hippo laws or whatever. But the guy Bob, you don't even know this the guy that digitized your medical records from Los Alamos called me and wanted to know that it was true. Couldn't go any further. So you calls like that all the time. So this is Robert kringle. But I want to bring something up right now the elephant in the room, which is that, you know. It's so sad to me. This guy stand Freeman that. Everybody admires so much. I'm sorry. George notice your show, and I don't mean any disrespect. But it is so unbelievable to me. He propagated dismiss allergy. He had a double standard. I mean, the the the cop on the beat the, you know, the sheriff of Ufology he should be arrested for having a double standard, it's total Bs. He's used he used the same Phil class debunking techniques that were used against him us against others into the detriment of the UFO conversation, either to basically. Dehumanize, Bob, and tell a story and a narrative and create means that ideas before they're called memes on social media that were to about Bob. So I had to do this. I had to go to DR Congo. I had to get him to say, I don't know anything about UFO's. But I'll tell ya father was a physicist that Los Alamos and then still stare calls them the next day. You call them the next day as if that's hard research is go after the people that I found right? And he goes after him, and he goes, oh, he said he was wearing a pocket protector. And that's how he recognizes a physicist. No as you can tell from that quote, right? There don't distort. It. Don't twist it. He knew Bob was a physicist because they sit there, and they talk so Bob just again in case you cared, which I know you don't you're validated. One more time is being a physicist. Atlas Alamos even though Georgia's done at ten ways from Sunday since nineteen Eighty-nine, and Jeremy Krankl had said to you that he was insecure briefings with Bob, this is just just not just meeting him in the cafeteria. No, he specifically remember security. Briefings at Los Alamos and know, the janitors are not welcome in those specific technical briefings. So yeah, but that said even the crux of the crux of it is I have to repeat this really I have to do this. We have to do this conversation. Again, aren't there bigger things? I'm interested. Hey, bob. What about the craft you worked on? What implications? Would it have if they released this technology to the mass public? That's kind of a more. Interesting question, isn't it? Yeah. The the janitor thing is hilarious to me because it's an easy thing to verify it just needs to speak to my wife or any co workers, and they'll verify that I can't clean up after myself, much, less any. Hey, I'll tell you one more thing. I was just on a show with a colleague named Richard Dolan. And it he told me a story. I'd never heard. It was how stand my cornered him. 'cause I know this guy's been kinda up at you since the very beginning. Okay. He's cornered him at the beginning of Richard Dolan's career. And he's like now that I see you're writing books, and you're really into this. I want to make sure you have the right opinion on Baba's are and tried to convince him, you know, convince him from the get-go whatever you said wasn't true. And he told me that story live on the internet the other day. It was his awkward pressure. So, you know, look nam there's always going to be people that are out to get you. There's always gonna be people that don't know you, and hopefully this dumb gives people little glimpse into your life. So they can't dehumanize you to diminish. Your message. Just go ahead and tell them, and that's what the film is four. So hopefully, it did it. You know, Bob, maybe you should start going to UFO conferences, except for you've already made millions of dollars on this the story. You may now. Because people like to hear it. I mean. You know, it's it's twenty nine years later and every day, I get calls or people stop me to ask about you. And how you're doing. And and whatever happened to that guy, and, you know, especially now after the tech, and Tom long TSA stuff has come out the stories in the New York Times and elsewhere where the whole topic is being viewed in a in a more positive way, people are really out in the open about discussing it. So they're always interested in what became a you. Can you take a moment and just talk about United nuclear a lot of that. I mean at features Jeremy's film about what your day is like the the those who think that you're not a real scientist. You don't know what you're talking about? I think you're gonna learn a lot just from seeing what your day to day is like. Well, United Nuclear's company. I started it's been around since I maybe ninety eight or something like that. It's grown it. Started out as doing. Really prototype or RND work for government entities. Actually, when I left Los Alamos, some of the reason I left there was to do contract work for him. Well, I can make a lot more money and have a lot more freedom. If I worked alongside the lab instead of four them. So it started out doing that doing consulting work for other corporations, and you know, other government entities, and then also moved into a retail. You know, selling unique are hard to science scientific equipment and supplies everything from test tubes, high voltage, power supplies, chemicals and radioactive isotopes, and that sort of thing. So it's it's interesting to me because every day is somewhat different. I mean this time of year, we're filling orders for you know, for Christmas for, you know, the world's full of science geeks do all kinds of stuff like this. But you know, normally we would. Have a quite a range of different projects to be involved. In at one time. We had a company approach us to make a device that would count well sperm. You know? We've had another construction company wants that was applying for Mike tops Orlandini tops. You know, countertops and tables that sort of thing, and they wanted a pyrotechnic glue made they couldn't wait for the glue to dry. They just wanted to be able to like the end of it, and it would flash under it, and, you know, be cured instantly. Anyway, these projects like that. Or always keeps you interested. The job always changes. And it's, you know, something very interesting. What about government work? I I raise the question in this context in that. I remember after even after you are Bob the UFO guy, you still had a contract to provide radiation detectors to Los Alamos. And I'm sure at one point they. They had the discover, holy moly. This is the same guy. And I don't know if you lost it because you're Bob the UFO guy, but you have done work for the government over the years, right? Cincinnati. Say, you know, this is this is a true. I'm sure you hear one hand doesn't know what the other's doing. Yeah. That absolutely holds true. I mean, you know, different departments in the government have no idea what's going on other ones than we held the contractors, Los Alamos, you know, years and years after all this stuff happened in, you know, designing building and repairing alpha radiation, detectors detectors that detect small amounts of plutonium. That's why they're used at Los Alamos because it's a weapon laboratory. You know, we've had other contracts to some I can't even talk about. But yeah, I'm essentially blacklisted in one part. But that absolutely does not mean that takes you off the grid to everybody else. To work for the for the navy, we've manufactured a special type of ultraviolet light that will detect leaks in their cooling systems. I mean, we worked for and done have worked and done, you know, prototyping and RND work for, you know, all kinds of branches of the government. And I'm not even sure that they know who they're dealing with. They just want to get their product done. And that's that's about it. Germany. You've got to not only stay at Bob's home. But this spend a lot of time in the lab in the company and see what he does during the day for those who say, he's not a scientist. He doesn't know what he's talking about. What would you say to them? I mean, it's it's absolutely ridiculous. You know, the the people that say that they don't know who Bob is. They don't know what his life is like it. It is like the willy Wonka of science. You know, he's creating incredible things you look he's got an employee there with them every day. They you know, when he's saying these things he's not isolated like, he's just saying them. There's a whole community of people and friends, and he has he's a real person with a real life. Yeah. Bob, scientists I've heard him on the phone pick up the phone, and you could tell he's talking to like a young kid that just like a neodymium magnet. And you know, I'm rolling the camera, and it's cool. And there's Bob talking about neodymium. And then I shut the camera off I'm sitting there. And all of a sudden somebody comes up, and they start talking about atomic weights, and neutrons and exactly what the guy needs to do to get something. Right. That isn't even product bother talking about. And I thought who you talking to see what it was like a professor at university. And they're asking Bob for advice. So yeah Bob's. The scientist everybody, just you know, you gotta move on gotta. Move on to the important stuff. But yeah, I did get to see George, and you know, to be honest. I never said to you. It's it's really cool to see you operate on that level and the people around you really respect you. And I think it's I think it's really cool. And I I hope the world can see that in the film to a degree. I don't know if the this made it into the final version of the film, Jeremy, but I remember seeing the early version of it where you had Bob's employees. One of Bob's employees talking about him when he realizes only cow. I'm working for Bob the UFO guy. Yeah. That is what he said that was a copy soon to be engaged. He said that was a copy drop moment. A copy drop moment. He's like I saw that Lazar tape. You know when I was a kid. My uncle showed it to me. So that is in the bonus features and they're actually talking about trinity trinity. You know, it's from the trinity test site. It was from the first nuclear blast. And it created this green glass beautiful Honey looking rock, and you know, that's something that they have a huge probably the largest world supply of and increase in sales because David Lynch's television show, twin peaks, and we're trying to figure it out when.

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"robert crandall" Discussed on WTVN

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13:40 min | 1 year ago

"robert crandall" Discussed on WTVN

"Gentlemen. Of course, the big argument about Bob and the criticism that his most vocal. Debunk bring up about his background where he worked where he went to school. And we hear that stuff over and over at despite whatever information we've been able to provide over the years can't really prove it. Absolutely. But they're strong indications that Bob is telling the truth the key for me as I've said a couple of times over the years was whether or not he worked as a physicist in classified programs at Los Alamos, which is the story. He had told we went through jump through a lot of hoops in that regard contacting the lab which denied having any files or information about them, then we came up with the Los Alamos newspaper article that showed that he they had reported that he worked there. He was in the lab bone book, we had contact with a subcontractor ahead hundred company that had I hired him to work out there, and they had agreed to provide the files to us. And then they said they couldn't find him. And then they refused to take your calls anymore or respond to. Letters. So a lot of games were played back in those days by his former employers who did not want to cooperate and who purposely, muddy the waters, Jeremy you were able to appears the veil a little bit by finding someone who could confirm in fact that Bob was there and did work as a physicist, we're gonna hear this clip. And then after we hear the clip I want you to tell us how you found him. And what else he said, let's what was your impression of what Bob was doing at Los Alamos in the eighties. Well at the time I was there. I really didn't know what specifically Bob we've doing we didn't work together. We simply cross pans at least, you know, in in in glancing view. I didn't know what he was up to any more than he knew what I was up to. But you did know that he was a physicist. Yes. And that was very clear to you that he was a physicist at Los Alamos not again, like the janitor, right? And in in conversations with so my colleague against over lunch. You know, we'd be talking about something something happening or who's doing something. It's okay to talk among yourselves. You just not allowed to tell your wife or your kids. What you do? But then somebody. Oh, yeah. That's that's Bob over there is working on something something project. And so did you get any other impressions? I mean, you've described kind of him very well. He's kinda got the Hawking's face. He's he stands out. He's got the pocket protector. He's a physicist working at Los Alamos. Is there anything else that stood out about Bob? Juliette one of the fellows who told me about him building a jet car. Okay. So Jeremy who was that. One of the fellows is telling me about how he's built a jet car. That was like a mic drop bovid it right there. That's a doctor Robert Crandall, and he was just an individual that. I got connected to I basically have ways to scour this social media for I know, Bob Lazar, I knew Bob Lazar, basically put out these kind of little spider bought the basically tell me if I get a ping through social media rather than just a normal Google alert. And sure enough somebody says, I know a guy that knew Bob Lazar followed up on it. And I don't know if he wants his name said, but it's a a friend of mine, and he connected me with Dr Robert Crandall, I go there. I started talking with him. And he's just candid straightforward. You know, we ended up having a good cat of friendship. And you know, he let me put him on record. Look, I feel like we're reinventing the wheel this is so ridiculous, George you went through Los Alamos holding a camera with Bob he had the run of. The place. What am I even doing having to bring this up again? But I felt it was necessary because of the fake news and the bunkers who keep reinventing the same lies and propagating these memes that Bob was our was a janitor at Los Alamos, give me a break. So that's why I did it. That's Dr Robert Cray, go I verify beyond a shadow of a doubt that he was there at exactly the same time as Bob was there, by the way, there's things I can't say specifically because of like hippo laws or whatever. But the guy Bob, you don't even know this the guy that digitized your medical records from Los Alamos called me and wanted to know that it was true. Couldn't go any further. So you called like that all the time. So this is Robert kringle. But I want to bring something up right now the elephant in the room, which is that, you know. It's so sad to me this guy. Stan Freeman did. Everybody admires so much. I'm sorry, George. I know this is your show. And I don't mean any disrespect. But it is so unbelievable to me. He propagated this mythology. She had a double standard. I mean, the, you know, the the cop on the beat the, you know, the sheriff of Ufology he should be arrested for having a double standard, it's total Bs. He's using he used the same still class debunking techniques that were used against him there us against others into the detriment of the conversation to basically. Dehumanize, Bob, and tell a story and a narrative and create means that ideas before they were called memes on social media that work to about Bob. So I had to do this. I had to go to DR Congo. I had to get him to stay. I don't know anything about you. But I'll tell you Bob is our was a physicist that Los Alamos and then still staring calls them the next day. He calls them the next day as if that's hard research is go after the people that I found right? And he goes after him, and he goes, oh, he said he was wearing a pocket protector. And that's how he recognizes a physicist. No as you can tell from that quote, right? There don't distort. It. Don't twist it. He knew Bob was a physicist because they sit there, and they talk so Bob just again in case you cared, which I know you don't you're validated. One more time is being a physicist at Los Alamos. Even though Georgia's done at ten ways from Sunday since nineteen eighty nine and Jeremy Krankl had said to you that he was insecure briefings with Bob, this is just just not just. Meeting him in the cafeteria. No, he specifically remember security briefings at Los Alamos and know, the janitors are not you know, welcoming those specific technical briefings. So yeah, but that said even the crux of it. And the crux of it is I have to repeat this really I have to do this. We have to do this conversation. Again, aren't there bigger things? I'm interested. Hey, bob. What about the craft you worked on? What implications? Would it have if they released this technology to the mass public? That's kind of a more. Interesting question, isn't it? Yeah. The the janitor thing is hilarious to me because it's an easy thing to verify you just need to speak to my wife or any co workers, and they'll verify that I can't clean up after myself, much, less any. I'll tell you one more thing, Bob, I was just on a show with a colleague named Richard Dolan. And he told me a story. I'd never heard. It was how stand my cornered him. Because I know this guy's been kinda up at you since the very beginning. Okay. He cornered him at the beginning of Richard Dolan's career. And he's like now that I see you're writing books, and you're really into this. I wanna make sure you have the right opinion on baba czar and tried to convince him, you know, convince him from the get go whatever you said wasn't true. And he told me that story live on the internet the other day. It was his awkward pressure. So, you know, look, man, there's always gonna be people that are out to get you. There's always gonna be people that don't know you, and hopefully this film gives people a little glimpse into your life. So they can't dehumanize you to diminish. Your message. Just go ahead and tell them, and that's what the film is four. So hopefully, it did it. You know, Bob, maybe you should start going to UFO conferences, except for you've already made millions of dollars on this. The story you made. Because people like to hear it. I mean, you know. It's it's twenty nine years later and every day, I get calls or people stop me to ask about you. And how you're doing. And and whatever happened to that guy, and, you know, especially now after the tech tack and Tom delong TSA stuff has come out the stories in the New York Times and elsewhere where the whole topic is being viewed in a in a more positive way, people are really out in the open about discussing it. So they're always interested in what became a you. Can you take a moment and just talk about United nuclear a lot of that. I mean that features in Jeremy's film about what your day is like the, you know, the those who think that you're not a real scientist. You don't know what you're talking about? I think are gonna learn a lot just from seeing what your day to day is like. Well, United nuclear is a company I started it's been around since I maybe ninety eight or something like that it's grown it started out as doing. Really prototype or RND work for government and entities. Actually, when I left Los Alamos, some of the reason I left there was to do contract work for him. Well, I can make a lot more money. And I have a lot more freedom. If I worked alongside the lab instead of four them. So it started out doing that doing consulting work for other corporations and other government entities. And then also moved into a retail. You know, selling unique are hard to science scientific equipment and supplies everything from test tubes, high voltage power supplies to chemicals and radioactive isotopes, and that sort of thing. So it's it's interesting to me because every day is somewhat different. I mean this time of year, we're filling orders for you know, for Christmas for you know, the world's full of science geeks. Do. That like all kinds of stuff like this. But you know, normally we would. Have a quite a range of different projects to be involved. In at one time. We had a company approach us to make a device that would count well sperm. You know? We've had another construction company wants that was applying for Mike tops Orlando at tops to you know, countertops and tables that sort of thing, and they wanted a pyrotechnic glue made they couldn't wait for the glue to dry. They just wanted to be able to light the end of it splash under it, and, you know, be cured instantly. Anyway, these projects like that. Or always keep you interested the job, always changes. And it's something very interesting. What about government work? I you know, I raised the question in this context in that. I remember after even after you are Bob the UFO guy, you still had a contract to provide radiation detectors to Los Alamos. And I'm sure at one point. They had to discover, holy moly. This is the same guy. And I don't know if you lost it because you're a Bob the UFO guy, but you have done work for the government over the years, right? Since can you say, you know, this is this is a true. I'm sure you hear one hand doesn't know what the other's doing that. That's absolutely true. I mean, you know, different departments. And the government has no idea. What's going on other ones? We held contracts with Los Alamos, you know, years and years after all this stuff happened in you designing building and repairing alpha radiation detectors detectors that detect, you know, small amounts of plutonium. That's why they're used at Los Alamos because it's a weapon laboratory. You know, we've had other contracts to some I can't even talk about. But yeah, I'm essentially blacklisted in one part. But that absolutely does not mean that takes you off the grid to everybody else. I'm here. Here work for the for the navy. We manufactured a special type of ultraviolet light that will detect leaks in their systems. I mean, we worked for and done have worked and done, you know, prototyping and RND work for, you know, all kinds of branches of the government. And I'm not even sure that they know who they're dealing with. They just want to get their product done. And that's that's about it. Jeremy you got to not only stay at Bob's home. But to spend a lot of time in the lab in the company and see what he does during the day for those who say, he's not a scientist. He doesn't know what he's talking about. What would you say to them? I mean, it's it's absolutely ridiculous. You know, the the people that say that they don't know who Bob is. They don't know what his life is like it. It is like the willy Wonka of science. You know, he's creating an incredible things. You look he's gotten employees there with them every day. The you know, when he's saying these things he's not isolated like, he's just saying them. There's a whole community of people and friends, and he has he's a real person with a real life. Yeah. Bob's the scientists. I've heard him on the phone pick up the phone, and you could tell he's talking to like a young kid that just like a neodymium magnet. And you know, I'm rolling the camera, and it's cool. And there's Bob talking about neodymium. And then I shut the camera off I'm sitting there..

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"robert crandall" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

13:42 min | 1 year ago

"robert crandall" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Fifty AM and ninety four one FM. Gentlemen. Of course, the big argument about Bob and the criticism that his most vocal debunk bring up is about his background where he worked where he went to school. And we hear that stuff over and over. Despite whatever information we've been able to provide over the years can't really prove it. Absolutely. But they're strong indications that Bob is telling the truth the key for me. I as I've said a couple of times over the years was whether or not he worked as a physicist in classified programs at Los Alamos, which is the story. He had told we went through jump through hoops in that regard contact in the lab, which denied having any files or information about them, then we came up with the Los Alamos newspaper article that showed that he they had reported that he worked there. He was in the lab bone book, we had contact with a subcontractor ahead hundred company that had I hired him to work out there, and they had agreed to provide the files to us. And then they said they couldn't find him. And then they refused to take our calls anymore or respond to letters. So a lot of games were played back in those days by his former employers who did not want to cooperate. And who purposely, muddy the waters, Jeremy you were able to appears the veil a little bit by finding someone who could confirm in fact that Bob was there and did work as a physicist, we're gonna hear this clip. And then after we hear the clip I want you to tell us how you found him. And what else he said, let's go was your impression of what Bob was doing at Los Alamos in the eighties. Well at the time, I I was there. I really didn't know what specifically Bob doing. We didn't work together. We simply cross pans at least, you know, in in glancing view. I didn't know what he was up to any more than he knew what I was up to. But you did know that he was a physicist. Yes. And that was very clear to you. He was a physicist at Los Alamos not again, Mike, the janitor. Right. And in in conversations with so my colleague against sitting over lunch. You know, we'd be talking about something something happening or who's doing something. It's okay to talk among yourselves. You just not allowed to tell your wife or your kids. What you do? But then somebody. Oh, yeah. That's that's you know, Bob over there is working on something something project. And so did you get any other impressions? I mean, you've described kind of him very well. He's got kind of got the Hawking's face. He's he stands out. He's got the pocket protector. He's a physicist working at Los Alamos. Is there anything else that stood out about Bob? And one of the fellows who told me about him building your jet car. Okay. So Jeremy who was that. Why does it fellas is telling me about how he built the jet car? That was like a mic drop bovid it right there. That's a doctor Robert Crandall, and he was just an individual that. I got connected to I basically have ways to scour this social media for I know, Bob Lazar, I knew Bob Lazar, basically put out these kind of little spider about the basically tell me if I get a ping through social media rather than just normal Google alert. And sure enough somebody says, I know a guy that knew Bob Lazar followed up on it. And I don't know if he wants his name said, but it's a friend of mine, and he connected me with Dr Robert Crandall, I go there. I started talking with him. And he's just candid straightforward. You know, we ended up having a good friendship, and you know, he let me put him on record. Look, I feel like we're reinventing the wheel this is. So ridiculous, George you went through Los Alamos holding a camera with Bob he had the run of the place. What am I even doing having to bring this? This up again. But I felt it was necessary because of the state news and the bunkers who keep reinventing the same lies and propagating these memes. That Baba's are was a janitor at Los Alamos, give me a break. So that's why I did it. That's Dr Robert Crandall, I verify beyond a shadow of a doubt that he was there at exactly the same time as Bob was there, by the way, there's things I can't say specifically because of like hippo laws or whatever. But the guy Bob, you don't even know this the guy that digitized your medical records from Los Alamos called me and wanted to know it was true. Couldn't go any further. So you called like that all the time. So this is Robert kringle. But I want to bring something up right now the elephant in the room, which is that, you know. It's so sad to me this guy. Stan Freeman that. Everybody admires so much. I'm sorry, George. I know this is your show. And I don't mean any disrespect. But it is so unbelievable to me. He propagated this myth, all he had a double standard. I mean, the the the cop on the beat, you know, the sheriff of Ufology he should be erected for having a double standard, it's total Bs. He's using he used the same still class debunking techniques that were used against him there us against others into the detriment of the conversation to basically. Dehumanize, Bob, and tell a story and a narrative and create means that ideas before they were called memes on social media that works to about Bob. So I had to do this. I had to go to DR Congo. I had to get him to say, I don't know anything about your oppose. But I'll tell you Bob is our was a physicist that Los Alamos, and then still stand calls them the next day. He called them the next day as if that's hard research is go after the people that I found right? And he goes after him, and he goes, oh, he said he was wearing a pocket protector. And that's how he recognizes a physicist. No as you can tell from that quote, right? There don't distort. It. Don't twist it. He knew Bob was a physicist because they sit there, and they talk so Bob just again in case you cared, which I know you don't you're validated. One more time as being a physicist at Los Alamos, even though Georgia's done at ten ways from Sunday since nineteen Eighty-nine, and Jeremy Krankl had said to you that he was insecure briefings with Bob, this is just just not just. Meeting him in the cafeteria. No, he specifically remember security briefings at Los Alamos and know, the janitors are not, you know, welcome in those specific technical briefings. So yeah. But that's the crux of it. I'm the crux of it is I have to repeat this really I have to do this. We have to do this conversation. Again. Aren't there bigger things? I'm interested. Hey, bob. What about the craft you worked on? What implications? Would it have if they released this technology to the mass public? That's kind of a more. Interesting question, isn't it? Yeah. The the janitor thing is hilarious to me because it's an easy thing to verify you just need to speak to my wife or any co workers, and they'll verify that I can't clean up after myself, much less. Any? I'll tell you one more thing, Bob, I was just on a show with a colleague named Richard Dolan. And it he told me a story. I'd never heard. It was how stare my cornered him. Because I know this guy's been kinda up at you since the very beginning. Okay. He cornered him at the beginning of Richard Dolan's career anything now that I see you're writing books, and you're really into this. I wanna make sure you have the right opinion on Baba's are and tried to convince him, you know, can Vince him from the get go whatever you said wasn't true. And he told me that story live on the internet the other day. It was his awkward pressure. So, you know, look, man, there's always gonna be people that are out to get you. There's always gonna be people that don't know you, and hopefully this film gives people little glimpse into your life. So they can't dehumanize you to diminish. Your message. Just go ahead and tell them, and that's what the film is sports. So hopefully, it did it. Bob, maybe you should start going to UFO conferences, except for you've already made millions of dollars on this. The story you made. Because people like to hear it. I mean, you know. It's it's twenty nine years later and every day, I get calls or people stop me to ask about you. And how you're doing and whatever happened to that guy, and, you know, especially now after the attack and Tom delong TSA stuff has come out the stories in the New York Times and elsewhere where the whole topic is being viewed in a in a more positive way, people are really out in the open about discussing it. So they're always interested in what became a you. Can you take a moment and just talk about United nuclear a lot of that. I mean at features in Jeremy's film about what your day is like the, you know, the those who think that you're not a real scientist. You don't know what you're talking about? I think you're gonna learn a lot just from seeing what your day to day is like. Well, United nuclear is a company I started it's been around since I maybe ninety eight or something like that it's grown it started out as doing. Really prototype or NBA work for government and entities. Actually, when I left Los Alamos, some of the reason I left there was to do contract work forum. Well, I can make a lot more money. And I have a lot more freedom. If I worked alongside the lab instead of four them. So it started out doing that doing consulting work for other corporations and other government entities. And then also moved into a retail. You know, selling unique are hard to science scientific equipment and supplies everything from test tubes. Power supplies, chemicals, and radioactive isotopes, and that sort of thing. So it's it's interesting to me because every day is somewhat different. I mean this time of year, we're filling orders for you know, for Christmas for you know, the world's full of science geeks. Do that like all kinds of stuff like this? But you know, normally we would. Have a quite a range of different projects to be involved. In at one time. We had a company approach us to make a device that would count well sperm. You know? We've had another construction company wants that was applying formica tops or laminate. Top stuff, you know, countertops and tables that sort of thing, and they wanted a pyrotechnic glue made they couldn't wait for the glue to dry. They just wanted to be able to the end of it. It would flash under it, and, you know, be cured instantly. Anyway, these projects like that. Or always keep you interested. The job always changes in it. You know, something very interesting. What about government work? I, you know, I I raise the question in this context in that. I remember after even after you are Bob the UFO guy, you still had a contract to provide radiation detectors to Los Alamos. And I'm sure at one point they had the discover, holy moly. This is the same guy. And I don't know if you lost it because you're a Bob UFO guy, but you have done work for the government over the years, right? Since can you say this is this is a true. I'm sure you hear one hand doesn't know what the other's doing. Yeah. That's absolutely holds true. I mean, you know, different departments. And the government has no idea what's going another one. Then we held contracts with Los Alamos, you know, years and years after all this stuff happened in, you know, designing building and repairing alpha radiation detectors detectors that detect, you know, small amounts of plutonium. That's why they're used at Los Alamos because it's a weapon laboratory. You know, we've had other contracts to some I can't even talk about. But yeah, I'm essentially blacklisted in one part. But that absolutely does not mean that takes you off the grid to everybody else. I'm here work for the for the navy. We manufactured a special type of ultraviolet light that will detect leaks in their cooling systems. I mean, we worked for and done have worked and done prototyping and RND work for, you know, all kinds of branches of the government. And I'm not even sure that they know who they're dealing with. They just want to get their product done. And that's that's about it. Jeremy you got to not only stay at Bob's home. But to spend a lot of time in the lab in the company and see what he does during the day for those who say, he's not a scientist. He doesn't know what he's talking about. What would you say to them? I mean, it's it's absolutely ridiculous. You know, the the people that say that they don't know who Bob is. They don't know what his life is like it. It is like the willy Wonka of science. You know, he's creating an incredible things you look he's gotten employee there with them every day. You know, when he's saying these things he's not isolated like, he's just saying them. There's a whole community of people and friends, and he has he's a real person with a real life. Yeah. Bob's the scientists. I've heard him on the phone pick up the phone, and you could tell he's talking to like a young kid that just like a neodymium magnet..

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"robert crandall" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

13:34 min | 1 year ago

"robert crandall" Discussed on KTOK

"Gentlemen. Of course, the big argument about Bob and the criticism that his most vocal. Bring up is about his background where he worked where he went to school. And we hear that stuff over and over at despite whatever information we've been able to provide over the years can't really prove it. Absolutely. But they're strong indications. The Bob is telling the truth the key for me. I as I've said a couple of times over the years was whether or not he worked as a physicist in classified programs at Los Alamos, which is the story. He had told we went through jump through a lot of hoops in that regard contact and the lab which denied having any files or information about them, then we came up with the Los Alamos newspaper article that showed that he they had reported that he worked there. He was in the lab bone book, we had contact with a subcontractor ahead hundred company that had I hired him to work out there, and they had agreed to provide the files to us. And then then they said they couldn't find him. And then they refused to take our calls anymore or respond to. Letters. So a lot of games were played back in those days by his former employers who did not want to cooperate and who purposely, muddy the waters, Jeremy you were able to Pierce the veil a little bit by finding someone who could confirm in fact that Bob was there and did work as a physicist we're going to hear this clip. And then after we hear the clip I want you to tell us how you found him. And what else he said, let's what was your impression of what Bob is doing at Los Alamos in the eighties. Well at the time, I I was there. I really didn't know what specifically Bob. He's doing. We didn't work together. We simply cross pans at least, you know, in in glancing view. I didn't know what he was up to any more than he knew what I was up to. But you did know that he was a physicist. Yes. And that was very clear to you that he was a physicist at Los Alamos not again, like the janitor, right? And in in conversations with so my colleague against sitting over lunch. You know, we'd be talking about something something happening or who's doing something. It's okay to talk among yourselves. You just not allowed to tell your wife or your kids. What you do and somebody. That's you know, Bob over there is working on something something project. And so did you get any other impressions? I mean, you've described kind of him very, well, he's got kind of got the Hawking's face. He's he stands out. He's got the pocket protector. He's a physicist working at Los Alamos. Is there anything else that stood out about Bob? Who telling me about him Bill? You jet car. Okay. So Jeremy who was that. Why does this fellow was telling me about how he built the jet car that was like a mic drop bovid right there? That's a doctor Robert Crandall, and he was just an individual that. I got connected to I basically have ways to scour the social media for I know, Bob Lazar, I knew Bob Lazar, basically put out these kind of little spider bought the basically tell me if I get a pink through social media rather than just a normal Google alert. And sure enough somebody says, I know a guy that knew Bob Lazar followed up on it. And I don't know if he wants his name said, but it's a a friend of mine, and he connected me with Dr Robert Crandall, I go there. I started talking with him. And he's just candid straightforward. You know, we ended up having a good friendship, and you key. Let me put them on record. Look, I feel like we're reinventing the wheel this is so ridiculous, George you went through Laos. Alamos holding a camera with Bob he had the run of the place. What am I even doing having to bring this up again? But I felt it was necessary because of the fake news and the bunkers who keep reinventing the same lies and propagating. These means that Bob was our was a janitor at Los Alamos, give me a break. So that's why I did it. That's Dr Robert Cray, I verify beyond a shadow of a doubt that he was there at exactly the same time as Bob was there, by the way, there's things I can't say specifically because of like hippo laws or whatever. But the guy Bob, you don't even know this the guy that digitized your medical records from Los Alamos called me and wanted to know that it was true. Couldn't go any further. So you called like that all the time. So this is Robert kringle. But I want to bring something up right now the elephant in the room, which is that. It's so sad to me. This guy stand Freeman that. Everybody admires so much. I'm sorry, George. I know this is your show. And I don't mean any disrespect. But it is so unbelievable to me. He propagated dismiss all he had a double standard. I mean, you know, the the cop on the beat the, you know, the sheriff of Ufology he should be arrested for having a double standard, it's total Bs. He's used he used the same so class debunking techniques that were used against him that we're us against others to the detriment of the conversation either to basically. Dehumanize, Bob, and tell a story and a narrative and create means that ideas before they were called memes on social media that work to about Bob. So I had to do this. I had to go to Dr Krankl I had to get him to say, I don't know anything about UFO's. But I'll tell you Bob are was a physicist that Los Alamos, and then still stand calls them the next day. He called them the next day as if that's hard research is go after the people that I found right? And he goes after him, and he goes, oh, he said he was wearing a pocket protector. And that's how he recognizes a physicist. No, you can tell from that quote, right? There don't distort. It. Don't twist it. He knew the physicists because they sit there, and they talk so Bob just again in case you cared, which I know you don't you're validated. One more time is being a physicist at Los Alamos. Even though Georgia's done at ten ways from Sunday since nineteen Eighty-nine, and Jeremy Krankl had said to you that he was insecure briefings with Bob, this isn't just just not just. Meeting him in the cafeteria. No, no, he specifically remember security briefings at Los Alamos and know, the janitors are not you know, welcoming those specific technical briefings. So yeah. But that's that. Even the crux of it. And the crux of it is I have to repeat this really I have to do this. We have to do this conversation. Again, aren't there bigger things? I'm interested. Hey, bob. What about the craft you worked on? What implications? Would it have if they released this technology to the mass public? That's kind of a more. Interesting question, isn't it? The janitor thing is hilarious to me because it's an easy thing to verify you just needs to speak to my wife or any co workers, and they'll verify that I can't clean up after myself, much, less any. Hey, I'll tell you one more thing, Bob, I was just on a show with a colleague named Richard Dolan. And he told me a story. I'd never heard. It was how stare my cornered him. Because I know this guy's been kinda up at you since the very beginning. Okay. He cornered him at the beginning of Richard Dolan's career. And he's like now that I see you're writing books, and you're really into this. I wanna make sure you have the right opinion on Baba's are and tried to convince him, you know, convince him from the get go whatever you said wasn't true. And he told me that story live on the internet the other day, it was this awkward pressure. So, you know, look, man, there's always gonna be people that are out to get you. There's always going to be people that don't know you, and hopefully this still gives people little glimpse into your life. So they can't dehumanize you to diminish. Your message. Just go ahead and tell them, and that's what the film is four. So hopefully, it did it. You know, Bob, maybe you should start going to UFO conferences, except for you've already made millions of dollars on this the story you may. Because people like to hear it. You know? You know, it's it's twenty nine years later and every day, I get calls or people. Stop me ask about you. And how you're doing. And and whatever happened to that guy, and, you know, especially now after the tax and Tom long TSA stuff has come out the stories in the New York Times and elsewhere where the whole topic is being viewed in a in a more positive way, people are really out in the open about discussing it. So they're always interested in what became a you. Can you take a moment and just talk about United nuclear a lot of that. I mean it features and Jeremy's film about what your day is like the, you know, the those who think that you're not a real scientist. You don't know what you're talking about? I think you're gonna learn a lot just from seeing what your day to day is like. Well, United nuclear is a company I started it's been around since I know maybe ninety eight or something like that it's grown it started out as doing. Really prototype or RND work for government and entities. Actually, when I left Los Alamos, some of the reason I left there was to do contract work for him. Well, I can make a lot more money and have a lot more freedom. If I worked alongside the lab instead of four them. So it started out doing that doing consulting work for other corporations, and you know, other government entities, and then also moved into a retail. You know, selling unique are hard to sign scientific equipment and supplies everything from test, tubes voltage, power supplies to chemicals and radioactive isotopes. And that sort of thing. So it's it's interesting to me because every day is somewhat different. I mean this time of year, we're filling orders for you know, for Christmas for you know, the world's full of science geeks. Do. That like all kinds of stuff like this. But you know, normally we would. Have a quite a range of different projects to be involved. In at one time. We had a company approach us to make a device that would count well sperm. You know? We've had another construction company wants that was applying for Mike tops. Orlando at top stuff, you know, countertops and tables that sort of thing, and they wanted a pyrotechnic glue made they couldn't wait for the glue to dry. They just wanted to be able to like the end of it, and it would flash under it, and, you know, be cured instantly. Anyway, these projects like that. Or always keep you interested the job, always changes. And it's something very interesting. What about government work? I I raised the question in this context in that. I remember after even after you are Bob the UFO guy, you still had a contract to provide radiation detectors to Los Alamos. And I'm sure at one point they had to discover, holy moly. This is the same guy. And I don't know if you lost it because you're Bob UFO guy, but you have done work for the government over the years, right? Since can you say, you know, this is this is a true. I'm sure you hear one hand doesn't know what the is doing. Yeah. That's absolutely true. I mean, you know, different departments in the government have no idea what's going on other ones than we held the contract with Los Alamos, you know, years and years after all this stuff happened in, you know, designing building and repairing alpha radiation detectors detectors that detect, you know, small amounts of plutonium. That's why they're used at Los Alamos 'cause it's a weapon laboratory we've had other contracts to some I can't even talk about. But. Yeah, I'm essentially blacklisted in one part. But that absolutely does not mean that takes you off the grid to everybody else. I work for the for the navy we manufactured a special type of ultraviolet light that will detect leaks in their cooling systems. I mean, we worked for and done have worked and done, you know, prototyping and RND work for, you know, all kinds of branches of the government. And I'm not even sure that they know who they're dealing with. They just want to get their product done. And that's that's about it. Germany. You got to not only stay at Bob's home. But this spend a lot of time in the lab in the company and see what he does during the day for those who say, he's not a scientist. He doesn't know what he's talking about. What would you say to them? I mean, it's it's absolutely ridiculous. You know, the people that say that they don't know who Bob is. They don't know what his life is like it. It is like the willy Wonka of science. You know, he's creating an incredible things you look he's gotten employee there with him every day. The you know, when he's saying these things he's not isolated like, he's just saying them. There's a whole community of people and friends, and he has he's a real person with a real life. Yeah. Bob, scientists I've heard him on the phone pick up the phone, and you could tell he's talking to a young kid that just bought like a neodymium magnet..

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"robert crandall" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

13:46 min | 1 year ago

"robert crandall" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"San Antonio. When it comes to breaking news on the radio, News Radio twelve hundred W O A. I. Gentlemen. Of course, the big argument about Bob and the criticism that his most vocal debunk bring up is about his background where he worked where he went to school. And we hear that stuff over and over. And despite whatever information we've been able to provide over the years can't really prove it. Absolutely. But they're strong indications that Bob is telling the truth the key for me. I as I've said a couple of times over the years was whether or not he worked as a physicist in classified programs at Los Alamos, which is the story. He had told. We went through jump through a lot of hoops in that regard contact and the lab which denied having any files or information about them, then we came up with the Los Alamos newspaper article that showed that he they had reported that he worked there. He was in the lab bone book, we had contact with a subcontractor ahead hundred company that had I hired him to work out there, and they had agreed to provide the files to us. And then and they said they couldn't find him. And then they refused to take our calls anymore respond to letters. So a lot of games were played back in those days by his former employers who did not want to cooperate and who purposely, muddy the waters, Jeremy you were able to Pierce the veil a little bit by finding someone who could confirm in fact that Bob was there and did work as a physicist we're going to hear this clip. And then after we hear the clip I want you to tell us how you found him. And what else he said, let's what was your impression of what Bob is doing at Los Alamos. In the eighties. Well at the time I was there. I really didn't know what specifically doing. We didn't work together. We simply cross pans at least, you know, in in in glancing view. I didn't know what he was up to any more than he knew what I was up to. But you did know that he was a physicist. Yes. And that was very clear to you that he was a physicist at Los Alamos not again, like the janitor, right? And in conversations with so my colleague against sitting over lunch. You know, we'd be talking about something something happening or who's doing something. It's okay to talk among yourselves. You just not allowed to tell your wife or your kids. What you do? But then somebody. Oh, yeah. That's you know, Bob over there is is working on something something project. And so did you get any other impressions? I mean, you've described kind of him very, well, he's got kind of got the Hawking's face. He's he stands out. He's got the pocket protector. He's a physicist working at Los Alamos. Is there anything else that stood out about Bob and? Who tell me about him building your jet car? Okay. So Jeremy who was that. What other fellow was telling me about how he built a jet car. That was like a mic drop it right there. That's a doctor Robert Crandall, and he was just an individual that. I got connected to I basically have ways to scour this social media for I know, Bob Lazar, I knew Bob Lazar, basically put out these kind of little spider bought the basically tell me if I get a pink through social media rather than just a normal Google alert. And sure enough somebody says, I know a guy that knew Bob Lazar followed up on it. And I don't know if he wants his name said, but it's a a friend of mine, and he connected me with Dr Robert Crandall, I go there. I start talking with him. And he's just candidate straightforward. You know, we ended up having a good kind of friendship, and you know, he let me put him on record. Look, I feel like we're reinventing the wheel this is so ridiculous, George you went through Los Alamos holding a camera with Bob he had the run of the place. What am I even doing having to bring? This up again. But I felt it was necessary because of the fake news and the bunkers who keep reinventing the same lies and propagating these memes that Bob with our was a janitor at Los Alamos, give me a break. So that's why I did it. That's Dr Robert Crandall, I verify beyond a shadow of a doubt that he was there at exactly the same time as Bob was there, by the way, there's things I can't say specifically because of like hippo laws or whatever. But the guy Bob, you don't even know this the guy digitized your medical records from Los Alamos called me and wanted to know it was true. Couldn't go any further. So you called like that all the time. So this is Robert kringle. But I want to bring something up right now the elephant in the room, which is that, you know. It's so sad to me this guy. Stan Freeman that. Everybody admires so much. I'm sorry, George. I noticed your show. And I don't mean any disrespect. But it is so unbelievable to me. He propagated this myth, all he had a double standard. I mean, the know the the cop on the beat the, you know, the sheriff of Ufology he should be erected for having a double standard, it's total Bs. He's used he used the same still class debunking techniques that were used against him that we're us against others into the detriment of the UFO conversation to basically. Dehumanize, Bob, and tell a story and a narrative and create means that ideas before they were called memes on social media. They worked to about Bob. So I had to do this. I had to go to Dr kringle, I had to get him to stay. I don't know anything about UFO's, but I'll tell you what's a physicist at Los Alamos. And then still stand calls them the next day. He calls them the next day as if that's hard researchers go after the people that I've found right? And he goes after him, and he goes, oh, he said he was wearing a pocket protector. And that's how he recognizes a physicist. No as you can tell from that quote, right? There don't distort. It. Don't twist it. He knew Bob was a physicist because they sit there, and they talk so Bob just again in case you cared, which I know you don't you're validated. One more time as being a physicist at Los Alamos, even though Georgia's done at ten ways from Sunday since nineteen Eighty-nine, and Jeremy Krankl had said to you that he was insecure briefings with Bob, this isn't just just not just. Meeting him in the cafeteria. No, he specifically remember security briefings at Los Alamos and know, the janitors are not you know, welcoming those specific technical briefings. So yeah, but that said even the crux of it. And the crux of it is I have to repeat this really I have to do this. We have to do this conversation. Again, aren't there bigger things? I'm interested. Hey, bob. What about the craft you worked on? What implications? Would it have if they released this technology to the mass public? That's kind of a more. Interesting question, isn't it? Yeah. The janitor thing is hilarious to me because it's an easy thing to verify you just speak to my wife or any co workers, and they'll verify that I can't clean up after myself, much, less anything. Hey, I'll tell you one more thing I was just on a show with a colleague named Richard Dolan. And he told me a story. I'd never heard. It was how stand my cornered him. 'cause I know this guy's been kinda up at you since the very beginning. Okay. He cornered him at the beginning of Richard Dolan's career anything. Now that I see you're writing books you're really into this. I want to make sure you have the right opinion on baba czar and tried to convince him, you know, convince him from the get go whatever you said wasn't true. And he told me that story live on the internet the other day. It was his awkward pressure. So, you know, look, man, there's always gonna be people that are out to get you. There's always gonna be people that don't know you, and hopefully this film gives people little glimpse into your life. So they can't dehumanize you to diminish. Your message. Just go ahead and tell them, and that's what the film is sports. So hopefully, it did it. Bob, maybe you should start going to UFO conferences, except for you've already made millions of dollars on this. The story you made. Because people like to hear it. You know? You know, it's it's twenty nine years later and every day, I get calls or people stop me to ask about you. And how you're doing and whatever happened to that guy, and, you know, especially now after the tic TAC, and Tom delong TSA stuff come out the stories in the New York Times and elsewhere where the whole topic is being viewed in a in a more positive way, people are really out in the open about discussing it. So they're always interested in what became a you. Can you take a moment and just talk about United nuclear a lot of that. I mean, it features in Jeremy's film about what your day is like the, you know, the those who think that you're not a real scientist. You don't know what you're talking about? I think are going to learn a lot just from seeing what your day to day is like. Well, United nuclear is a company I started it's been around since I maybe ninety eight or something like that it's grown it started out as doing. Really prototype or R&_B work for government and entities. Actually, when I left Los Alamos, some of the reason I left there was to do contract work for him. Well, I can make a lot more money and have a lot more freedom. If I worked alongside the lab instead of four of them. So it started out doing that doing consulting work for other corporations, and you know, other government entities, and then also moved into a retail. You know, selling unique are hard to find scientific equipment and supplies, everything from pets tubes, high voltage power supplies to chemicals and radioactive isotopes, and that sort of thing. So it's it's interesting to me because every day is somewhat different. I mean this time of year, we're filling orders for you know, for Christmas for you know, the world's full of science geeks. Do. That like all kinds of stuff like this. But you know, normally we would. Have a quite a range of different projects to be involved. In at one time. We had a company approach us to make a device that would count well sperm. You know? We've had another construction company wants that was applying formica tops. Orlando at top stuff, you know, countertops and tables that sort of thing, and they wanted a pyrotechnic glue made they couldn't wait for the glue to dry. They just wanted to be able to light the end of it. It would flash under it, and, you know, be cured instantly. Anyway, these projects like that. Or always keep you interested the job, always changes. And it's, you know, something very interesting. What about government work? I you know, I raised the question in this context in that. I remember after even after you are Bob the UFO guy, you still had a contract to provide radiation detectors to Los Alamos. And I'm sure at one point they had the discover, holy moly. This is the same guy. And I don't know if you lost it because you're a Bob UFO guy, but you have done work for the government over the years, right? Since can you say, you know, this is this is a true. I'm sure you hear one hand doesn't know what the is doing. Yeah. That's absolutely true. I mean, you know, different departments and the government have no idea what's going another one. Then we held the contracts with Los Alamos, you know, years and years after all this stuff happened in, you know, designing building and repairing alpha radiation detectors detectors that detect small amounts of plutonium why they're used at Los Alamos 'cause it's a weapon laboratory. You know, we've had other contracts to some I can't even talk about. But yeah, I'm essentially blacklisted in one part. But that absolutely does not mean that takes you off the grid to everybody else. I'm here to work for the for the navy, we manufactured a special type of ultraviolet light that will detect leaks in their cooling systems. I mean, we worked for and done have worked and done, you know, prototyping and RND work for, you know, all kinds of branches of the government. And I'm not even sure that they know who they're dealing with. They just want to get their product done. And that's that's about it. Jeremy you got to not only stay at Bob's home. But this spend a lot of time in the lab in the company and see what he does during the day for those who say, he's not a scientist. He doesn't know what he's talking about. What would you say to them? I mean, it's it's absolutely ridiculous. You know, the the people that say that they don't know who Bob is. They don't know what his life is like it. It is like the willy Wonka of science, you know, he's creating an incredible things. Look, he's got an employee there with them every day. They you know, when he's saying these things he's not isolated like, he's just saying them. There's a whole community of people and friends, and he has he's a real person with a real life. Yeah. Bob, the scientists. I've heard him on the phone pick up the phone, and you could tell he's talking to a young kid that just bought like a Neo de neom magnet. And you know, I'm rolling the camera, and it's cool..

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"robert crandall" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

09:17 min | 1 year ago

"robert crandall" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"NewsRadio nine seventy WFL. A. Gentlemen. Of course, the big argument about Bob and the criticism that his most vocal debunk bring up is about his background where he worked where he went to school. And we hear that stuff over and over despite whatever information we've been able to provide over the years can't really prove it. Absolutely. But they're strong indications that Bob is telling the truth the key for me. I as I've said a couple of times over the years was whether or not he worked as a physicist in classified programs at Los Alamos, which is the story. He had told we went through jump through a lot of hoops in that regard, contact them the lab which denied having any files or information about them, then we came up with the Los Alamos newspaper article that showed that he they had reported that he worked there. He was in the lab bone book, we had contact with a subcontractor ahead hundred company that had I hired him to work out there. And they had agreed to provide the files to us. And then then they said they couldn't find him. And then they refused to take our calls anymore or respond to letters. So a lot of games were played back in those days by his former employers who did not want to cooperate and who purposely, muddy the waters, Jeremy you were able to Pierce the veil a little bit by finding someone who could confirm in fact that Bob was there and did work as a physicist we're going to hear this clip. And then after we hear the clip I want you to tell us how you found him. And what else he said, let's go was your impression of what Bob is doing at Los Alamos in the eighties. Well at the time I was there. I really didn't know what specifically Bob was doing. We didn't work together. We simply cross pans at least, you know, in in in glancing view. I didn't know what he was up to any more than he knew what I was up to. But you did know that he was a physicist. Yes. And that was very clear to you. He was a physicist at Los Alamos not again. The janitor. Right. And in in conversations with so my colleague against sitting over lunch. You know, we'd be talking about something something happening or who's doing something. It's okay to talk among yourselves. You just not allowed to tell your wife or your kids. What you do? But then somebody. Oh, yeah. That's that's Bob over there is working on something something project. And so did you get any other impressions? I mean you described him very well. He's got kinda got the Hawking's face. He's he stands out. He's got the pocket protector. He's a physicist working at Los Alamos. Is there anything else that stood out about Bob? The was telling me about him billion jet car. Okay. So Jeremy who was that. Why does the fellow was telling me about how he's built a jet car? That was like a mic drop bovid right there. That's a doctor Robert Crandall, and he was just an individual that. I got connected to I basically have ways to scour this social media for I know, Bob Lazar, I knew Bob Lazar, basically put out these kind of little spider bought the basically tell me if I get a ping through social media rather than just a normal Google alert. And sure enough somebody says, I know a guy that knew Bob Lazar followed up on it. And I don't know if he wants his name said, but it's a friend of mine, and he connected me with Dr Robert Crandall, I go there. I started talking with him and he's just candid straightforward. We ended up having a good cat a friendship, and you know, he let me put them on record. Look, I feel like we're reinventing the wheel this is so ridiculous, George you went through lows. Alamos holding a camera with Bob he had the run of the place. What am I even doing having to bring this up again? But I felt it was necessary because of the fake news and the bunkers who keep reinventing the same lies and propagating these memes that Bob was our was a janitor at Los Alamos, give me a break. So that's why I did it. That's Dr Robert Cray, GL I verify beyond a shadow of a doubt that he was there at exactly the same time as Bob was there, by the way, there's things I can't say specifically because of like hippo laws or whatever. But the guy Bob, you don't even know this the guy the digitized your medical records from Los Alamos called me and wanted to know it was true. Couldn't go any further. So your calls like that all the time. So this is Robert kringle. But I want to bring something up right now the elephant in the room, which is that, you know. It's so sad to me this guy. Stan Freeman that. Everybody admires so much. I'm sorry, George. I know this is your show. And I don't mean any disrespect. But it is so unbelievable to me. He propagated this mythology. He had a double standard. I mean, you know, the the cop on the beat the, you know, the sheriff of Ufology he should be arrested for having a double standard, it's total Bs. He's used he used the same Phil class. Debunking techniques that were used against him. There us against others into the detriment of the UFO conversation to basically. Dehumanize, Bob, and tell a story and a narrative and create means that ideas before they were called memes on social media the work to about Bob. So I had to do this. I had to go to DR Congo. I had to get him to say, I don't know anything about UFO's. But I'll tell you Bob was a physicist that Los Alamos and then still staring calls them the next day. He calls them the next day as if that's hard is go after the people that I found right? And he goes after him, and he goes, oh, he said he was wearing a pocket protector. And that's how he recognizes a physicist. No as you can tell from that quote, right? There don't distort. It. Don't twist it. He knew Bob was a physicist because they sit there, and they talk so Bob just again in case you cared, which I know you don't you're validated. One more time is being a physicist at Los Alamos. Even though Georgia's done at ten ways from Sunday since nineteen nine and Jeremy Krankl had said to you that he was insecure briefings with Bob, this isn't just just not just. Meeting him in the cafeteria. No, he specifically remember security briefings at Los Alamos and know, the janitors are not you know, welcoming those specific technical briefings. So yeah. But that's the crux of it. And the crux of it is I have to repeat this really I have to do this. We have to do this conversation. Again, aren't there bigger things? I'm interested. Hey, bob. What about the craft you worked on? What implications? Would it have if they released this technology to the mass public? That's kind of a more. Interesting question, isn't it? Yeah. The janitor thing is hilarious to me because it's an easy thing to verify you just need to speak to my wife or any co workers, and they'll verify that I can't clean up after myself, much, less any. Hey, I'll tell you one more thing, Bob, I was just on a show with a colleague named Richard Dolman. And he told me a story. I'd never heard. It was how stand my cornered him. Because I know this guy's been kinda up at you since the very beginning. Okay. He cornered him at the beginning of Richard Dolan's career. And he's like now that I see you're writing books, and you're really into this. I wanna make sure you have the right opinion on Baba's are and tried to convince him, you know, convince him from the get go whatever you said wasn't true. And he told me that story live on the internet the other day, you know, it it was awkward pressure. So, you know, look, man, there's always gonna be people that are out to get you. There's always gonna be people that don't know you, and hopefully this film gives people a little glimpse into your life. So they can't dehumanize you to diminish. Your message. Just go ahead and tell them, and that's what the film is sports. Hopefully, it did it. You know, Bob, maybe you should start going to UFO conferences, except for you've already made millions of dollars on this. The story you made. Because people like to hear it. I mean, you know. It's it's twenty nine years later and every day, I get calls or people stop me to ask about you. And how you're doing and whatever happened to that guy. And, you know, especially now after the tech tack and Tom delong TSA stuff has come out the stories in the New York Times and elsewhere where the whole topic is being viewed in a in a more positive way, people are really out in the open about discussing it. So they're always interested in what became a you. Can you take a moment and just talk about United nuclear a lot of that. I mean, it features in Jeremy's film about what your day is like the, you know, the those who think that you're not a real scientist. You don't know what you're talking about? I think you're gonna learn a lot just from seeing what your day to day is like. Well, United nuclear is a company I started it's been around since I maybe ninety eight or something like that it's grown it started out as doing. Really prototype or are our work for government and entities. Actually, when.

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"robert crandall" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"robert crandall" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"And the reason I'm asking that is in the context of the film about skin Walker ranch. You know, we in that project. We had shown footage that had never been shown before. And the scientists who'd worked on that investigation on the scene where they had done the work and people who had read the book were angry. This is not. No. So I wonder if if you're going to get the same kind of criticism here. Okay. So first of all, no. But let me just address that for a second. Yes. My lab. Last film was the one hunt for the skin Walker based on the book, even Dr com Kelleher, okay, did people have footage of Robert big low talking directly about the rich. No because you had never released it before did people have the brand new owner skin Walker and start to learn his objectives and message no not until it was in that dome. There are so many I in that film, that drives me crazy. That is not only a false information and fake news. It's short sightedness, and it's ridiculous. And I'm not even going to focus on that. Because look in this dome too. I just wanted to say there is new information. Absolutely. But what I did here is I raise the bar. I raise the bar, and I took an elevated the USO concept outside of what we'd consider a normal UFO. This is going to reach millions feast upon it. Deposited into the story. And there's tons of extra footage. Just imagine. What I had to squeeze into an hour and a half imagine. What else I have available which I am putting out through material and extras, so yeah, it's gonna decide what if you're not satisfied. You can absolutely facts your criticisms directly to my shredder. The issue, of course, that that is tricky for so many people is Bob's educational credentials. And you know, I've I've had this discussion with so many people I get emails on it and here twenty nine years later every day. And that you can see the build up to this interview this program tonight, the same people who do not want to believe it. That's the issue that they can't get beyond and you obviously had to tackle that at some point. Oh, yeah. I mean, I think I hit it head on in the Bill. I mean, there's a lot in the film. I just let me back up a little bit and give a little perspective here because I've been hearing this over and over, and I you know, I could talk about it in one hundred different ways. But let's get to the core of it. I understand what people are saying. This is never been an easy story. And Bob admits that he never said he has evidence for everything he said, those people that use that one point to try to defame Bob Lazar, really. They just want to know is he'll liar or is. He not a liar. It's as simple as that. They just want to know if Bob Lazar can be trusted an interesting thing that a friend of his said to me, if you wanna know the truth about UFO's, you don't gotta study UFO's, you just need to learn is Bob was are honest or is Bob Lazar Aligarh. It was so clear as day his wife of eighteen years have next. Eighteen years. Does she believe him his mom, his mom does? She believe is. He learned to his mom. You know? Honestly, I do go into this in the film. And I think it is important and I pressed up, but here's the deal. I don't care if Bob Lazar was home-schooled. I care if he worked on flying saucers. And here's the deal, you proved it in nineteen eighty nine I proved it again a few years ago with Dr Robert Crandall interview he worked in scientific Pasadena as a physicist at Los Alamos. How did he get that job? We will hear from DR Congo a little bit later in the program. But before we do that we're gonna be joined by Bob Lazar. He will be here momentarily after this break. Bob Lazar, Jeremy Cordell talking about Jeremy's new film, we go into the break with ten thousand maniacs. Trouble me from nineteen eighty nine. Join the coast to coast AM Facebook page with thousands of members. It's great for show. Updates in connecting with other fans. Go to Facebook dot com slash coast to coast AM and click the like button..

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"robert crandall" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"robert crandall" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Okay. So first of all now, but let me just address that for a second. Yes. My last film was the one hunt for the skin Walker based on the book, even Dr Cohn Kelleher. Okay. Did people have footage of Robert big low talking directly about the rich. No because you had never released it before did people have the brand new owner skin Walker and start to learn his objectives and methods. No not until it was in that dome. There are so many. I in that film, that drives me crazy. That is not only a false information and state news. It's short sightedness, and it's ridiculous. And I I'm not even going to focus on that. Because look in this dome to say there is new information. Absolutely. But what I did here is I raise the bar. I raise the bar, and I took an elevated the USO concept outside of what we'd consider a normal UFO felt this is going to reach millions feast upon it departed if you're into the story, and there's tons of extra footage. Just imagine what I had to squeeze into an hour and a half matching. What else I have available which I am putting out through bonus material and extras, so yeah, it's going to satisfy what if you're not satisfied, you can absolutely facts your criticisms directly to my shredder. The issue, of course, that that is trickiest for so many people is Bob's educational credentials. And you know, I've I've had this discussion with so many people I get emails on it here. Twenty nine years later every day. And that you can see the build up to this interview this program tonight, the same people who do not want to believe it. That's the issue that they can't get beyond and you obviously had to tackle that at some point. Oh, yeah. I I mean, I think I hit it head on in the film. I mean, there's a lot in the film. Let me back up a little bit and give a little perspective here because I've been hearing this over and over, and I you know, I could talk about it in one hundred ways. But let's get to the core of it. I understand what people are saying. This has never been an easy story. And Bob admits that he never said he has evidence for everything he said, those people that use that one point to try to defame Bob Lazar, really they just want to know is he a liar or is he not a liar. It's as simple as that. They just wanna know if Bob Lazar can be trusted an interesting thing that a friend of his said to me. If you wanna know the truth about UFO's, you don't gotta study UFO's, you just need to learn is Bob was honest or is Bob Lazar Aligarh. It was so clear as day his wife of eighteen years have slept next eighteen years to she believed him his mom, his mom does. She believe Bob is he learned to his mom. You know? I honestly I do go into this in the film. And I think it is important and I pressed Bob, but here's the deal. I don't care if Bob are was home-schooled. I care if he worked on flying saucers. And here's the deal, you proved it in nineteen eighty nine I proved it again a few years ago with the doctor Robert Crandall interview he worked in scientific passively as a physicist at Los Alamos. How did he get that job? We will hear from DR Congo a little bit later in the program. But before we do that we're going to be joined by Bob Lazar. He will be here momentarily after this. This break. Bob Lazar, Jeremy Corbelli talking about Jeremy's new film, we go into the break with ten thousand.

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"robert crandall" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"robert crandall" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"And the scientists who'd worked on that investigation on the scene where they had done the work and people who had read the book were angry. This is not. No. So I wonder if if you're going to get the same kind of criticism here. Okay. So first of all, no. But let me just address that for a second. Yes. My last film was the one hunt for the skin Walker based on the book Dr com Keller. Okay. Did people have footage of? Robert big low talking directly about the rich. No because you had never released it before did people have the brand new owner skin Walker ranch and start to learn his objectives and message no not until it was in that dome. There are so many I in that film, that drives me crazy. That is not only a false information and fake news. It's short sightedness, and it's ridiculous. And I I'm not even going to focus on that. Because look in this dome too. I just wanted to say there is new information. Absolutely. But what I did here is I raise the bar. I raise the bar, and I took an elevated the UFO concept outside of what we'd consider a normal ufl film. This is going to reach millions feast upon it these departed if you're into the story, and there's tons of extra footage. Just imagine what I had to squeeze into an hour and a half imagine. What else I have available which I am putting out through bonus material and extras, so yeah, it's gonna satisfy what if. If you're not satisfied, you can absolutely fax your criticisms directly to my shredder. The issue, of course, that is trickiest for so many people is Bob's educational credentials. And I've I've had this discussion with so many people I get emails on it here. Twenty nine years later every day. And that you can see in the build up to this interview this program tonight, the same people who do not want to believe it. That's the issue that they can't get beyond and you obviously had to tackle that at some point. Oh, yeah. I'm I mean, I think I hit it head on in the Bill. I mean, there's a lot in the film. Let me back up a little bit and give a little perspective here because I've been hearing this over and over, and I you know, I could talk about it in one hundred different ways. But let's get to the core of it. I understand what people are saying. This has never been an easy story. And Bob admits that he never said he has evidence for everything he said, those people that use that one point to try to defame Bob Lazar, really. They just want to know is he'll liar or is. He not a liar. It's as simple as that. They just wanna know if Bob Lazar can be trusted an interesting thing that a friend of his said to me, if you wanna know the truth about UFO's, you don't gotta study UFO's, you just need to learn is Bob was honest or is Bob Lazar Aligarh. It was so clear as day his wife of eighteen years has slept next. For eighteen years to she believed him his mom, his mom does. She believe Bob is he learned to his mom. You know? Honestly, I do go into this in the film. And I think it is important and I pressed up, but here's the deal. I don't care if Bob Lazar was home-schooled. I care if he worked on flying saucers. And here's the deal, you proved it in nineteen eighty nine I proved it again a few years ago with the doctor Robert Crandall interview, he worked inside the capacity as a physicist at Los Alamos. How did he get that job? We will hear from DR Congo a little bit later in the program. But before we do that we're going to be joined by Bob Lazar. He will be here momentarily after this break. Bob Lazar, Jeremy Cordell talking about Jeremy's new film, we go into the break with ten thousand maniacs. Trouble me from nineteen eighty nine. During the coast to coast AM Facebook page with thousands of members. It's great for show. Updates in connecting with other fans. Go to Facebook dot com slash coast to coast AM and click the like button..

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"robert crandall" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"robert crandall" Discussed on WRVA

"And the reason I'm asking that is in the context of the film about skin Walker ranch. You know, we in that project. We had shown footage that had never been shown before. And the scientists who'd worked on that investigation on the scene where they had done the work and people who had read the book, we're angry. This is not. No. So I wonder if if you're going to get the same kind of criticism here. Okay. So first of all, no. But let me just address that for a second. Yes. My last film was the one hunt for the skin Walker based on the book, even Dr com Kelleher, okay? Did people have footage of? Robert Bigelow talking directly about the rich. No because you had never released it before did people have the brand new owner skin Walker and start to learn his objectives and Neth. No not until it was in that dome. There are so many I in that film, that drives me crazy. That is not only a false information in state news. It's short sightedness, and it's ridiculous. And I I'm not even going to focus on that. Because look in this dome too. I just wanted to say there is new information. Absolutely. But what I did here is I raise the bar. I raise the bar, and I took an elevated the USO concept outside of what we'd consider a normal UFO film. This is going to reach millions feast upon it departed if you're into the story, and there's tons of extra footage. Just imagine what I had to squeeze into an hour and a half imagine. What else I have available which I am putting out through bonus material and extras, so yeah, it's going to satisfy what if? You're not satisfied. You can absolutely facts. Your criticisms directly to my shredder. The issue, of course, that that is trickiest for so many people is Bob's educational credentials. And you know, I've I've had this discussion with so many people I get emails on it here. Twenty nine years later every day. And that you can see in the build up to this interview this program tonight, the same people who do not want to believe it. That's the issue that they can't get beyond and you obviously had to tackle that at some point. Oh, yeah. I'm I mean, I think I hit it head on in the film. I mean, there's a lot in the film. Let me back up a little bit and give a little perspective here because I've been hearing this over and over, and I you know, I can talk about it in one hundred different ways. But let's get to the core of it. I understand what people are saying. This has never been an easy story. And Bob admits that he never said he has evidence for everything he said, those people that used that one point to try to defame Bob Lazar, really they just want to know is he'll liar or is. He not a liar. It's as simple as that. They just wanna know if Bob Lazar can be trusted in interesting thing that a friend of his said to me, if you wanna know the truth about UFO's, you don't got to study, you you just need to learn is Bob was are honest or is Bob Lazar Aligarh. It was so clear as day his wife of eighteen years has slept next. Eighteen years to she believe him, his mom, his mom does. She believe Bob is he lying to his mom. You know? I honestly I do go into this in the film. And I think it is important and I trust Bob. But here's the deal. I don't care if Baba's are was home schooled. I care if he worked on flying saucers. And here's the deal, you proved it in nineteen eighty nine I proved it again a few years ago with the doctor Robert Crandall interview he worked in scientific capacity as a physicist at Los Alamos. How did he get that job? We will hear from DR Congo a little bit later in the program. But before we do that we're going to be joined by Bob Lazar. He will be here momentarily after this break. Bob Lazar, Jeremy Cordell talking about Jeremy's new film, we go into the break with ten thousand maniacs. Trouble me from nineteen eighty nine. Join the coast to coast AM Facebook page with thousands of members. It's great for show. Updates in connecting with other fans. Good Facebook dot com slash coast to coast AM and click the like button..

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"robert crandall" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"robert crandall" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"Over the internet to search Facebook. For key words, his body found him in comment in a Facebook group from a man who said his neighbor claim to have worked with Lazar and then corporal got in contact with this man who eventually got him in touch with the neighbor who turns out to be a legitimate physicist. Cordell was able to confirm did work at Los Alamos laboratories. Cordell asked visist this man, supposing him Dr. Robert Crandall if he would be willing to go public with his claims, the guy said yes. And now there's audio, no video, but audio recording of Dr Krankl confirming he worked with Bob Lazar. Here's the thing I have googled every variation of Dr. Robert Crandall I can think of Dr Krankl Mitee DR Congo Los Alamos Dr cranial area, fifty one. You know, just Dr Krankl you know, like whatever Robert Krankl Bob Krankl I've tried alternate spellings of his last name kringle nothing. The only shit that comes up is the Cornell audio interview posted in two thousand fifteen or articles. On various Ufology type website citing or embedding this one interview. It all comes back to the same every single time beyond fishy. Do you understand how rare it is in two thousand eighteen to not show up on the whip just to test this. I googled my about to turn eighty six year old grandfather ward hall, a man who has never posted a single thing online. A man who has literally never owned a computer. He's never had a laptop. He's never had a desktop. He's never had an ipad. He has no internet service at his house. He does have an iphone the, he only knows how to work the weather app on an EMMY phone calls. He has not a text. He's never had an Email address ever. He's never had a social media account. He didn't even really understand what social he knows. I have a podcast, but it doesn't know the podcast is the the last time we talked. He asked me how my podcast writing job was going. He asked me how the writing was going. Apparently he thinks I just, you know, Email you guys shit every week. And info came up about my grandpa online immediately, white pages dot com. Family tree dot com or screaming family tree now dot com..

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"robert crandall" Discussed on The Business Builders Show with Marty Wolff

The Business Builders Show with Marty Wolff

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"robert crandall" Discussed on The Business Builders Show with Marty Wolff

"Visionary people could could have a sense in norway the worst thing that's going to happen is you're going to start your business it goes belly up and you're going to get eighteen months of job retraining in a job in a field where you'll be able to make an appeal get a job and pay your taxes while and that's the focus in these societies getting people to work getting people to pay taxes and having a sort of virtuous cycle so i think we should take a look at that i i love you man hive of the rational approach i love your study were down to the last few minutes but talk to you about patriotic millionaires you're still connected to that i'm assuming no very much so tell me about it look you know at this point we have a two hundred fifty members who are mostly successful entrepreneurs there's a few people like me born on third base but uh and we've been very outspoken were were very concerned about the the president's tax plan and whether that's going to be the best thing for the country right now we're taking a hard look at it at says it comes out today and then the coming weeks but i think our view is we should restore some elements of a progressive tax system and make these kind of public investments that will help us create a kind of shared prosperity and that that if we go the other direction it's a dead end and patriotic millionaires are in fact uh i just looked at our our we have a petition up called defend estate tax dot com and robert crandall the former chairman of american airlines leo injury former chairman of at t arnold hyatt former chairman ceo stride right shoes all these folks have signed on to defend the estate tax against repeal that why would they do it it's because they understand.

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"robert crandall" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"robert crandall" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Open letter to nfl players he starts by saying your being used now the interesting thing is ellison if you wanna look at it from another perspective they are bringing politics into sports in what better way are we to capture the minds and hearts of the people who have been of immersed in the opioid of the masses that's what sports is the opiant of the masses at lease that's one interpretation of it i love sports i love aki especially emma hockey mom i love football i think it's a wonderful game have baseball maize barlow basketball like all the sports but there is a place in a time for the sports in fact we've got bruce from grosse pointe who'd like to talk about the nfl good morning bruised a morning bros where radio so far out of arcor gurria evert or convert or not albert ferre over the bible there uh yeah you're now our target o'brien uh with where you're are arifin gregory now occurred after out oppor procup in your car pretty much warwick or captive audience under our walk away from a certain part one hundred bucks for three to four real right right right wipers on redoing are here robert crandall number of any shortfall carrying the unofficial going out entities troubled neighbour i can fraud or any problem off work on black violent you're now forty from people were shot in chicago where weekend later i don't know how worked out but in out of the black currant proper partier tired drug therapy are hurt worker violent sharpy break up a nuclear family in her fresh weight our current crop apart driver sheltered veteran crew out of practice of abortion which were at you guys know war hernandez for all of the utter uh problems were better r a real girl three hundred your customers nerdy at two point now where people are i mean you're are here are route hubbard herbert for companies for awkward thought about brian to our yard the school renowned king are we're into interfered an absolute up in and that's all well and guard warmer scott rights rights a lot or pressuring uh unawares worth your curb your honor your wire you're out agra yet you're absolutely ray bruce thank you so much for joining the conversation a n he's right to the the the nfl players ought to use again they're bully pulpit their money their power their influence to focus on the real issues.

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"robert crandall" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"robert crandall" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"The tax plan my patriarch patriotic louis bears colon congress to preserve the estate tax and here's the press release abolishing the estate tax would be unseemly and irresponsible argue members of patriotic millionaires in an open letter to president trump and members of congress several hundred inaugural sliders including a hundred thirty people who will personally overstate acts call on congress to drop the idea finals include robert crandall the former chairman of american airlines all of high up former ceo of stride right leo henry jr a former see your at t and many more youth the argument is your fraction of the wealthiest americans starting at five point four nine million for an individual in almost eleven billion dollars for a couple actually pay the estate tax fewer than one in five hundred household nail all the tax despite this tax only affecting extremely wealthy americans the president of congress have decided this repeal is important enough to including the recently released tax plan there are arguments is this my kids will uh should not inherit this because this is money they did not earth what about leaving the family four to generation upon generation upon generation and what about people whether you what whether you want and if it's your choice that you don't want your siblings or your children to inherit state kiswa there are two hundred and fifty three thousand six hundred seventy two lawyers in this country give or take a few million that will actually grow up in a state planned for you so that your children or siblings your spouse or anybody else or your employs don't get any of your estate that's your choice but what about those one five hundred household that will pave a state turks who want to leave the family form to family that do want to leave the family business o two family this is the insanity that now pervades our culture that somehow wealthy americans should be taxed more and should be prevented from passing.

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