Is the NASA one Paul R. Hill, Unconventional Flying Objects: A Scientific Analysis
? That's the best one I've read on the technical side.
On Good, Above Top Secret, which was his first book, was good (no pun intended, LOL!) because it was mostly an overview of public and government documents, but starting with his second book Alien Contact he includes a lot of information fed to him by people I don't trust like Richard C. Doty who has a counterintelligence background (see The Falcon and the Snow-Job) and Bob Lazar who makes wild scientific claims which are easily disproven (for instance compare Lazar's scientific explanation of UFOs with Hill's much more technical analysis and what Lazar says doesn't fit the physics at all). There's some good stuff in Good's books but you have to really sift through some disinformation.
Haven't read Trillion. Let me know if that's any good!
Thanks and blessings! :)
posted on 04/23/2004 8:47:22 PM PDT
To: Fedora; All
YES, THANKS, it is the Hill book.
Could you summarize the most significant points in your estimation. I just don't care to wade through the difficult technical stuff. Not my field and my interest of that portion of things is not that detailed.
I agree about Good. Hard to know in the latest what's disinformation. But isin't it usually tricky to sort out? How do you do it?
posted on 04/23/2004 8:54:37 PM PDT
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