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Synopsis of Unconventional Flying Objects: JSE Review

By Puthoff, H.E.

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Book Id: WPLBN0002827607
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Reproduction Date: 1997

Title: Synopsis of Unconventional Flying Objects: JSE Review  
Author: Puthoff, H.E.
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, History of America, UFO (Unidentified Flying Objects)
Collections: Authors Community, History
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Publisher: Institute for Advanced Studies at Austin, TX
Member Page: UnIdentified Flying Objects Awareness


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To the degree that the engineering characteristics of UFOs can be estimated by empirical observation, in my opinion the above-referenced, recently-published book by Paul Hill provides the most reliable, concise summary of engineering-type data available. [1] The data were compiled over decades of research by a Chief Scientist-Manager at NASA's Langley Research Center [2] who acted as an informal clearinghouse for UFO-related data. The strength of the compilation lies in its thoughtful separation of wheat from chaff, and the analysis of the former into coherent patterns, including detailed calculations. Perhaps surprising to the casually interested, under careful examination the observations, rather than defying the laws of physics as naive interpretation might suggest, instead appear to be solidly commensurate with them, as the following discussion shows.


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