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Sunday, June 08, 2008

Flying Saucers and Science

Stanton Friedman's recent book Flying Saucers and Science gives its readers a comprehensive look at 40 years of scientific data on flying saucers. He answers a number of physics questions in layman's terms, and establishes that travel to nearby stars is within reach without violating the laws of physics.

Photographs of little known, far-out advanced propulsion systems, on some of which he worked, are included. Friedman also presents data demonstrating the ability to withstand high accelerations with some surprising results. He clearly shows that government policy on this subject has been to provide false, misleading claims and disinformation, and establishes that the subject truly represents a Cosmic Watergate.

Flying Saucers and Science presents intriguing data from a number of large-scale scientific UFO studies that almost no one, especially the noisy negativists, has discussed in detail. It deals with a host of "why" questions such, as reasons for the cover-up, reasons for aliens to come to Earth, and reasons for not landing on the White House lawn. Friedman unveils the SETI program, and details the antipathy of science-fiction writers to UFOs and other mysteries of the saucer conundrum. False notions about those who believe in the reality of alien visitors and the adequacy of coverage by the journalistic and scientific communities are reviewed.

Included in this book is Stanton's take on:
-What type of energy and technologies could provide travel between the stars
-The most likely locations in the universe where aliens come from
-Why the aliens are here
-Who believes in the flying saucer phenomenon
-The government’s motives to cover-up

In my opinion, this book is a must read for anyone interested in the flying saucer phenomenon.

2 comments:

Nash79 said...

Very good review of this book, well it made want to look it up. Didn't have the chance to read more of your post, but it is really a great blog. Will be visiting again soon.

Aura said...

Glad you like my site. Wish I could say the entire review was mine, pulled most of it from Amazon. It has gotten great reviews, as expected. It is a great read, will have to do my own write up once I complete the book.

Thanks again.