Can UFOs Advance Science?: Making the Case for a New Electromagnetic Technology (International English / eBook)

Can UFOs Advance Science?: Making the Case for a New Electromagnetic Technology (International English / eBook)

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UFOs have been observed since antiquity and continue to be spotted to this day. While many can be explained under a range of natural and man-made phenomena, such as planets, stars, aircraft and weather balloons, a small hard-core percentage of UFOs providing considerable details of a strange symmetrical metallic and glowing object flying in the air has continued to mystify the scientists.

In 1969, a US government-sponsored study by the University of Colorado headed by Dr Edward U. Condon claimed these UFOs represented nothing new to science and, therefore, will not advance our scientific knowledge.

With marks left on the ground and witnesses who have suffered and died from radiation poisoning, burns, and other medical conditions in the presence of these objects, a growing number of the hard-core reports are revealing some kind of electromagnetic phenomena.

Ball lightning? Or a new electromagnetic technology?

Now the time has come to reveal exactly what is hidden in the UFO reports. The benefits to humanity are only just beginning.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780648586029
Publisher: SUNRISE Information Services
Publication date: 10/21/2019
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 400
File size: 85 MB
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About the Author

SUNRISE Information Services (SUNRISE) is an Australian-owned and operated private research centre aimed at finding the most stable, interesting, useful and easy-to-read educational and research knowledge for the global community. To find this knowledge, we perform the following functions: 1. To simplify existing information for easy assimilation and recognition of the core knowledge (i.e., concepts) of greatest stability and usefulness for the 21st century and beyond. 2. To apply well-established principles of accelerated learning to the stable knowledge. 3. To discover original or new knowledge, insights, or ways of doing things that are likely to increase the stability and simplicity of the core knowledge. 4. To give as many links (or references) as possible to existing or supporting knowledge from reputable sources to help show the current and/or new knowledge is viable and likely to be relevant today and into the future. 5. To ensure the core knowledge is all-encompassing to the point of being sufficiently unified to explain all things in the simplest way possible, makes common sense, and can be supported by observations and other forms of evidence. 6. To further the interests of others in getting to the essence of human knowledge as well as helping those who may be educationally disadvantaged in some way and/or need access to education and new ideas. 7. To tackle the controversial subjects head on (i.e., to be open-minded and to make efforts to understand them to a deeper level). 8. To paint a brighter future of where we are heading with this knowledge and the kind of open and balanced society we can all reach for and is considered achievable and realistic for everyone. 9. To continuously improve on the quality of the educational and research information and software tools we develop and present as needed to approach a more stable and unified solution.

Table of Contents

1. Do UFOs Exist?
2. What are UFOs?
3. The Natural and Man-Made Explanation for UFOs
4. The Alien Explanation for UFOs
5. The Most Common Observations of UFOs
6. Are We Dealing with a Secret Man-Made EM Experiment?
7. Are We Dealing with Ball Lightning?
8. Revealing the New Electromagnetic Technology
9. Conclusion

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