Here is a book to intrigue both non-technical and more mechanically inclined UFO enthusiasts. Without making a case for the origins of UFOs, Hill argues that their functionality is feasible by applying established principles of physics to existing reports in which an amazingly consistent UFO behavior has been described. In language which is technically sound, but not so advanced that the layman could not understand, Hill works out several possible propulsion systems for these mysterious craft.
"Paul Hill has done a masterful job ferreting out the basic science and technology behind the elusive UFO characteristics . . . Perhaps this book will help bring solid consideration for making all that is known about extraterrestrial craft publicly available." --Edgar Mitchell, Sc.D., Apollo 14 Astronaut
Although author Paul Hill is deceased, he was a NASA engineer and he has left quite a legacy in this book. Read morePublished 4 months ago by John H. Macdonald
There's nothing "scientific" about this book as clearly none of the accounts that were "analyzed" in order to reach this book's unconventional conclusions were... Read morePublished 8 months ago by TGD
Wow, Paul Hill knows his stuff! This is the most convincing book I've ever read about the UFO paradox. Paul backs up everything with science, you cannot ignore what he says. Read morePublished 9 months ago by NHBunion
I gave it to my son who likes reading about such things.Published 10 months ago by William C. Larmer
In depth and detailed scientific analysis of the UFO phenomenon that modern science has so mistakenly avoided. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Mark