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What if UFOs are real?

Where could they be from, and how could they have traveled here? What advanced technology must they possess to execute the fantastic maneuvers they are routinely reported to make?

Astronomer William R. Alshuler takes a fascinating look at the reported attributes of UFOs through the lens of known science and physics and explains how they might be doing
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ebook, 256 pages
Published August 3rd 2002 by St. Martin's Press
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Alexander
Sep 02, 2015 Alexander rated it liked it
An interesting read, but I struggled at times to continue pushing through this one. Mr. Alschuler clearly grasps the relevant science around space travel and what not. And it's a good read for that, to grasp how difficult space travel really is -- given today's technologies. But I felt some parts of the book ran on too long, requiring some more judicious editing.
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