Join Investigative Filmmaker Jeremy Kenyon Lockyer Corbell as he interviews Engineering Physicist, Dr. Robert Krangle. Dr. Krangle (PHD) is an Albuquerque based scientist, who received his doctorate from MIT in 1973 in semi-conductor physics. Krangle has been an engineering consultant to Sandia Labs in Albuquerque and Los Alamos since 1980. He still works at both places from time to time. He has at least 50 US patents and is the man who invented the laser range finder that is now used in police traffic radar units. He has worked on heat-seeking missile technology for the military, and has helped invent the laser micrometer. Dr. Krangle is a “problem solver”, a “left-field” guy.
So here's where it gets interesting…
He’s NOT a UFO guy… he’s strictly a scientist who worked at Los Alamos. And he also happened to go into great detail regarding Bob Lazar, as he remembers “Bob the Nuclear Physicist” from Los Alamos in the 1980’s. He said, “We all knew Bob committed professional suicide when he told about what he was working on for the military”. More importantly, Dr. Krangle made it clear that he met Lazar, knew Lazar professionally, and that Lazar was present at security briefings at Los Alamos (not something a janitor would be included in).
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