Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Physics Context: Nuclear Physics Explains UFO


After half a century of investigation, a nuclear physicist believes that the phenomenon of flying saucers or UFOs can be explained scientifically.



"Some UFOs are extraterrestrial spacecraft which is controlled intelligently. And this is the biggest story this century," said Stanton Friedman, a nuclear physicist, as reported by Foxnews.com, Thursday, June 10, 2010.

Stanton Friedman worked for 14 years as a nuclear physicist for such companies as General Electric, General Motors, Westinghouse, and Aerojet General Nucleonics.


He worked on highly classified program involving a nuclear aircraft, fission and fusion rockets. In 1958, Friedman's UFO interest.



Friedman himself since the school term has been traced on this subject in more than 700 universities. He also explore with professional groups in 50 countries and around the world.

"After 53 years of research, I believe here we are dealing with a 'Cosmic Watergate'," said Friedman told AOL News.In astrophysics, cosmic rays are radiation from high-energy charged particles originating from outside the Earth's atmosphere. Cosmic particles coming from high energy processes in the galaxy, such as supernova.

Nearly 90 percent of cosmic rays arriving at Earth's surface are protons, about 9 percent and 1 percent alpha particles electrons. Then why Freidman called 'Watergate'?

The term 'Watergate' was the designation in the U.S. political scandal that resulted in the resignation of President Richard Nixon. this resulted in a horrendous constitutional crisis in the 1970s. He analogize, UFOs is a scandal.

"That means some people in government has learned that some UFOs are alien spacecraft since at least 1947".

Friedman, in his book "Science Was Wrong," and even that there have always been groups and individuals who refuse to test for evidence of UFOs. According to him, was to support the notion that some UFOs are from extraterrestrial.

Among the few scientists who for years quietly voicing the Earth has been visited by aliens, Friedman is among the most tightly against no evidence of UFOs.

One of the contested Friedman is the attitude Instute SETI scientists in California. He considered, scientists there was always dependent on the assumption that there is no 'one' came to this earth.

"What really bothers me is that the SETI people will tell you, that there was no evidence of UFOs. Well, they certainly did not refer to anything, so surely there is nothing, right? Wrong!"

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