A Speculative Look at One Intriguing Angle for the Roswell “UFO Crash” Event

As the title to this article demonstrates, it’s very much speculative in nature and content. But, I don’t see anything wrong about that. So, let’s begin. One of the most surprising of all the revelations made by Area 51 whistleblower Bob Lazar was that, by 1988 / 1989 the team out at S-4 had made very little progress (if at all) when it came to the frustrating matter of trying to understand the alleged extraterrestrial technology that had fallen into the hands of the U.S government. In fact, at times, it sounded like the environment was more akin to a museum than a place where high-tech research and development was speeding along. To some degree, the image mirrors the final scenes of the hit 1981 movie, Raiders of the Lost Ark, starring Harrison Ford as Indiana Jones. In those final, memorable moments, we see the Ark of the Covenant – which the Nazis were desperate to get their hands on – hidden away, as a result of its awesome, destructive powers. And kept hidden from just about anyone and everyone. Could it be true that, rather than having duplicated the alien technology, the staff out at S-4 are in a very similar position: they have a mountain of alien-originated technology, but they have no significant way to use it. Not in the slightest. A complete lack of understanding of the alien science may very well have ensured that much of the recovered material is just sitting on shelves, boxed away, and remaining largely untouched until our science catches up. Even if our technology can catch up. With that said, let us explore this possibility to a greater degree. And let’s see where it takes us.

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