Its been brought to my attention that its become increasingly difficult – at the moment totally impossible – to get a copy of my book Unidentified / The National Intelligence Problem of UFO’s via Amazon. First off I apologize for that. Its very frustrating for any author, and at the moment I have multiple problems (with different publishers) in making Kindle versions of books available via Amazon, or with print version availability.
If you are interested in obtaining a copy of Unidentified you may do so by emailing or calling Debra Conway, the publisher, at the following:
email@example.com or 817-371-1260
She does have copies available.
I remain very much involved with research into UFOs (Unidentified Aerial/Aerospace Phenomena) and am involved with two research teams at the moment. One team is investigating the physical and flight characteristics of UFOs over several decades. Perhaps the most interesting thing about that to me is that neither the size nor shape (including some horrendously un-aerodynamic shapes) appear to have any relationship to aspects such as acceleration or G loading.
In addition, despite all the current furor over recent Navy incidents, we have had measured examples of that highly unconventional performance for decades now:
It strikes me that we have not really considered the implications of either the continuity of that technology or the contrast in the activities of UFOs specifically in the vicinity of atomic installations as compared to their other appearances. In the early decades UFOs were frequently reported approaching and actually engaging with both commercial and in particular military aircraft – something not seen in their much more circumspect appearances at atomic weapons facilities.
In contract certain characteristics, such as daylight appearances and actual formation flights of UFOs have changed considerably over the decades.
I’m involved with study teams working on both these issues, but the tasks involve a great deal of data manipulation and analytics, there are no shortcuts to a scientific approach.
For those interested in the subject and particularly in a scientific approach, I urge you to take a look at the SCU and explore this link:
I think you might find our upcoming June virtual conference especially interesting.