Scientific UFOlogy: How the Application of Scientific Methodology Can Analyze, Illuminate, and Prove the Reality of UFOs

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Avon Books, 1999 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 241 pages
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Over the last fifty years, there has been a consistent attempt to withhold solid information about alien visitation from the general public. Never has this controversial issue received the objective review it demands and deserves -- until now. For the first time, Captain Kevin D. Randle -- a former Air Force intelligence officer, the foremost expert on the Roswell incident and one of the most respected names in UFO research -- examines the physical evidence supporting the existence of these visitors from beyond our solar system. Ignoring biased government documents and sensationalized media accounts, Randle mounts the first serious, independent analysis of UFO phenomena in this hard-hitting investigative report. Bringing methods of scientific methodology to his research, the author scrutinizes eyewitness reports, photographs, video footage, radar images, landing traces, and unidentifiable crashed vehicles. Captain Randle shows how strict adherence to scientific principles can provide proof that alien spacecraft are indeed here on Earth -- as are their occupants. Skillfully researched and detailed, "Scientific Ufology" provides for the first time accurate and riveting answers to questions about alien life and UFOs that have puzzled mankind for decades.

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Contents

Science and the UFO
1
Eyewitness Testimony as a Form
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Radar Cases as Physical Evidence
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