Bob Lazar, the famous S4 whistle-blower, along with filmmaker Jeremy Corbell, was interviewed by Joe Rogan. The 2+ hour video covers many of the essentials of Lazar's story during and after the time he worked just south the infamous 'Area 51' (aka Dreamland) Nellis Air Force Base in the Nevada desert.
For those unaware, Lazar claims to have been tasked with reverse engineering the reactor power plant of a particular alien craft which he dubbed 'the sport model' because of its sleek design. His story has not only stood the test of time over the last 30 years, but has been verified and corroborated in several ways during that time. One important verification of his story was the synthesis of element 115 approximately 10 years after Lazar stated that this is what was used to power the reactor in the craft he was assigned to work on. At the time Lazar made the claim, element 115 wasn't on the periodic chart (it is now) and detractors used this to discredit his story. While the "discovery" of 115 (moscovium) in 2003 was an important vindication of a part of Lazar's claims, it was by no means the only one.
Lazar claims he has never received, nor sought, a cent from his story, which he actually prefers to avoid since there is a lot of trauma associated with it, both to himself and others. During the Rogan interview he even states that he paid his own airfare.
From the video description:
Bob Lazar is a physicist who worked at Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico, and also on reverse engineering extraterrestrial technology at a site called S-4 near the Area 51 Groom Lake operating location. Jeremy Corbell is a contemporary artist and documentary filmmaker. Watch the documentary "Bob Lazar: Area 51 & Flying Saucers" now streaming on Netflix.