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Record Type: Review   ID: 123

Unconventional Flying Objects: A Scientific Analysis

Hill, Paul R.

 The author was a well-respected NASA scientist who, in the early 1950s, saw a UFO. He served as an unofficial clearinghouse at NASA, studying and analyzing the physical information and accounts of UFOs. He duplicated UFO maneuvers and gathered the data on which this book is based. It is aimed at refuting claims that UFO dynamics are beyond physics. Rather, he attempts to show that he could make technological sense of unconventional flying objects. In other words, this book argues that UFOs are not exceptional experiences.
Publisher Information:Charlottesville, VA: Hampton Roads, 1995. 429p. Bibl: 421-424; Name Ind: 425; Place Ind: 426; Subject Ind: 427-429
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