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Flying Saucers & Science: A Scientist Investigates the Mysteries of UFOs: Interstellar Travel, Crashes & Government Cover-ups is a comprehensive look at the scientific data on the UFO phenomenon. Nuclear physicist & lecturer Stanton T. Friedman has distilled over 40 years of research, sharing his work on a variety of classified advanced nuclear & space systems. He answers Flying Saucers & Science: A Scientist Investigates the Mysteries of UFOs: Interstellar Travel, Crashes & Government Cover-ups is a comprehensive look at the scientific data on the UFO phenomenon. Nuclear physicist & lecturer Stanton T. Friedman has distilled over 40 years of research, sharing his work on a variety of classified advanced nuclear & space systems. He answers relevant physics questions in lay terms, establishing that travel to nearby stars is possible without violating physical laws. Photographs of advanced propulsion systems, on some of which he worked, are included. He also presents data demonstrating the human ability to withstand high accelerations. He shows that government policy on this subject has been to provide false claims & disinformation, a kind of cosmic Watergate. Flying Saucers & Science presents data from large-scale scientific UFO studies few have detailed. It deals with cover-ups as well as reasons for aliens to visit Earth without landing on the White House lawn. He criticizes the SETI program & details the antipathy of some sf writers to UFOs. False notions about those who believe in the reality of alien visitors & the adequacy of coverage by journalistic & scientific communities are reviewed. The book reveals what technologies might allow interstellar travel, where aliens may originate, why they visit & why governments may cover them up. Readers will never feel the same about UFOs again. Foreword by Edgar Mitchell Foreword by Bruce Maccabee Introduction The case for the ET origin of flying saucers You can get here from there From where do they come? The cosmic Watergate The cult of SETI The UFO "why" questions Science, science fiction & UFOs- UFOs & public opinion Update on crashed saucers at Roswell The press & flying saucers The Operation Majestic 12 documents What does it matter? Bibliography Index About the Author


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Flying Saucers & Science: A Scientist Investigates the Mysteries of UFOs: Interstellar Travel, Crashes & Government Cover-ups is a comprehensive look at the scientific data on the UFO phenomenon. Nuclear physicist & lecturer Stanton T. Friedman has distilled over 40 years of research, sharing his work on a variety of classified advanced nuclear & space systems. He answers Flying Saucers & Science: A Scientist Investigates the Mysteries of UFOs: Interstellar Travel, Crashes & Government Cover-ups is a comprehensive look at the scientific data on the UFO phenomenon. Nuclear physicist & lecturer Stanton T. Friedman has distilled over 40 years of research, sharing his work on a variety of classified advanced nuclear & space systems. He answers relevant physics questions in lay terms, establishing that travel to nearby stars is possible without violating physical laws. Photographs of advanced propulsion systems, on some of which he worked, are included. He also presents data demonstrating the human ability to withstand high accelerations. He shows that government policy on this subject has been to provide false claims & disinformation, a kind of cosmic Watergate. Flying Saucers & Science presents data from large-scale scientific UFO studies few have detailed. It deals with cover-ups as well as reasons for aliens to visit Earth without landing on the White House lawn. He criticizes the SETI program & details the antipathy of some sf writers to UFOs. False notions about those who believe in the reality of alien visitors & the adequacy of coverage by journalistic & scientific communities are reviewed. The book reveals what technologies might allow interstellar travel, where aliens may originate, why they visit & why governments may cover them up. Readers will never feel the same about UFOs again. Foreword by Edgar Mitchell Foreword by Bruce Maccabee Introduction The case for the ET origin of flying saucers You can get here from there From where do they come? The cosmic Watergate The cult of SETI The UFO "why" questions Science, science fiction & UFOs- UFOs & public opinion Update on crashed saucers at Roswell The press & flying saucers The Operation Majestic 12 documents What does it matter? Bibliography Index About the Author

30 review for Flying Saucers & Science: A Scientist Investigates the Mysteries of UFOs

  1. 5 out of 5

    Erik Graff

    If you're interested in an author who intelligently defends the thesis that some UFOs are extraterrestrial spacecraft, Friedman is worth checking out, both his books and his numerous posted interviews and lectures. Similarly, if you're looking for extensive treatments of the Roswell incidents of 1947 or the Majestic 12 documents, his books on these topics may be the most detailed. Besides all this, he comes across as rather charming and often funny. This one of his books, however, does not deliv If you're interested in an author who intelligently defends the thesis that some UFOs are extraterrestrial spacecraft, Friedman is worth checking out, both his books and his numerous posted interviews and lectures. Similarly, if you're looking for extensive treatments of the Roswell incidents of 1947 or the Majestic 12 documents, his books on these topics may be the most detailed. Besides all this, he comes across as rather charming and often funny. This one of his books, however, does not deliver what its title promises. There is some consideration of practicalities of interstellar travel, yes, but most of the text seems to be a patchwork of lectures on a variety of topics related to UFOs. Some are standalone, but others, such as those on Roswell and MJ12, presume some background on the part of the reader. As a result, there is a great deal of redundancy from chapter to chapter, indicative of the lack of an editor. If you've some background and enjoy Friedman's style, this book is worth looking into. I you haven't, start somewhere else.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Clayton

    Of all the flying saucer books I've read, and I've read a few, this one provides science and context for the genre. Stanton Friedman is the world's leading Ufologist and his knowledge, research and credibility jump off the pages of this text. He methodically refutes UFO debunkers with powerful government documents, thousands of eye witness interviews, and cold hard science. Friedman spends much of this book settling personal scores and dragging the reader through complex mathematical formulas de Of all the flying saucer books I've read, and I've read a few, this one provides science and context for the genre. Stanton Friedman is the world's leading Ufologist and his knowledge, research and credibility jump off the pages of this text. He methodically refutes UFO debunkers with powerful government documents, thousands of eye witness interviews, and cold hard science. Friedman spends much of this book settling personal scores and dragging the reader through complex mathematical formulas designed to prove his point. Admittedly I had a difficult time with the math and the physics of interstellar rocket travel, but I understand the importance of proving it can be done. If you're looking for a comprehensive narrative through the history of Ufology then this isn't the book for you, but if you're interested in arming yourself with irrefutable facts then this is the book for you. Debunkers be damned!!!!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Laura

    A little repetitive, but this guy's a nuclear physicist that worked on government top secret projects during the Cold War. He knows how things work, and he did his research quite well. He puts out many interesting ideas regarding UFO's. A little repetitive, but this guy's a nuclear physicist that worked on government top secret projects during the Cold War. He knows how things work, and he did his research quite well. He puts out many interesting ideas regarding UFO's.

  4. 5 out of 5

    P.S. Winn

    Amazing, interesting and a book I think all should read. Ever wonder what is really going on? you just may find out.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Scott Waldyn

    This book is interesting in parts. The sections pertaining to MJ-12, Dr. Stanton Friedman's hypotheses about "them," and discussions of nuclear physics and the evolution of propulsion are all fascinating. If this book were just those things, it'd be amazing! Unfortunately, there are a great deal of pages devoted to take-downs of popular debunkers, which gets repetitive after a while. It's interesting to see a take-down of one or two of what Friedman refers to as "noisy negativists," but this book This book is interesting in parts. The sections pertaining to MJ-12, Dr. Stanton Friedman's hypotheses about "them," and discussions of nuclear physics and the evolution of propulsion are all fascinating. If this book were just those things, it'd be amazing! Unfortunately, there are a great deal of pages devoted to take-downs of popular debunkers, which gets repetitive after a while. It's interesting to see a take-down of one or two of what Friedman refers to as "noisy negativists," but this book devoted many of its pages to more than just one or two debunkers. And it's a snooze, usually incorporating the same arguments over and over again. Topics like famous scifi author take-downs and media portrayal also fall into this category, and I would recommend skimming over those sections entirely.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Debbie Mcclelland

    He tells it as it is, or was... A difficult topic to discuss in a few words, so I won't try. But...he has obviously researched every topic mentioned in this book thoroughly! I trust this man's opinions. The book held my attention. He tells it as it is, or was... A difficult topic to discuss in a few words, so I won't try. But...he has obviously researched every topic mentioned in this book thoroughly! I trust this man's opinions. The book held my attention.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Cheryl Beseler

    This book covers topics in great detail not covered in other UFO books. The late Mr. Friedman is a well-respected UFO researcher with credibility. He has a master's degree in nuclear physics. This is a good read for those who want to hear the evidence for the existence of extraterrestrials, the possibility of interstellar travel, and a serious examination of government cover-ups. Probably the most interesting aspect of the book is Mr. Friedman's experience with debunkers and the realization that This book covers topics in great detail not covered in other UFO books. The late Mr. Friedman is a well-respected UFO researcher with credibility. He has a master's degree in nuclear physics. This is a good read for those who want to hear the evidence for the existence of extraterrestrials, the possibility of interstellar travel, and a serious examination of government cover-ups. Probably the most interesting aspect of the book is Mr. Friedman's experience with debunkers and the realization that many debunkers have no knowledge of the evidence for the existence of UFOs nor have impartially examined the data.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Sharon Zink

    This book is interesting when it discusses actual UFO sightings and events. It gets a little bogged down trying to trace the mistakes and tricks in trying to demonstrate the lies and inaccuracies in the letters and affidavits issued by the government, the military, and UFO debunkers.

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