Hosted by T.L. Keller
Are UFOs Real? Over the last 60 years we have heard reports of unidentified flying objects . . . UFOs. We have heard from skeptics that they are all either imaginary, hallucinations, hoaxes or strange, but natural aerial phenomenon. On the opposite side of the fence, believers say that of all observed UFOs some 5% or so are real, solid objects. What is the reality of this? In this series, we will hear from both believers and skeptics alike to help our listeners determine: Are UFOs Real? And if they are real, what will be the impact on Earth, our technology, our environment and our society?
Dr. Robert E. Farrell received his Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering from The Ohio State University, his MBA from Western New England College and his Doctor of Engineering from the University of Massachusetts. He is now retired from Penn State University as Associate Professor Emeritus.
Twenty years ago, Dr. Farrell began serious research into UFOs and UFO propulsion for his science fiction series of books called Alien Log. He is also the author of The Science Behind Alien Encounters.
In this interview, Dr. Farrell discusses the reality of extraterrestrial visitations and UFOs. The technology of UFO propulsion and the anti-gravity research of Dr. Podkletnov of Finland are reviewed. Dr. Farrell goes on the explain how UFOs can accelerate to 100 g (100 times the pull of gravity) and make right angle turns at high speed. There is a further discussion of the US anti-gravity technology program (for more on anti-gravity go to WebTalkRadio.net archives for Jan Harzan and Dr. Theodore Loder ).
Dr. Farrell’s web site is www.alienlog.com.
T.L. Keller’s web site is www.TheTotalNovicesGuide.com
T. L. Keller’s lifelong interest has been space exploration and extraterrestrial intelligence. He lives in Palm Springs, California. Mr. Keller has studied UFOs and worked in field research for over 50 years. Mr. Keller is an aerospace engineer and graduate of the School of Engineering, University of California at Los Angeles. He received a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of California at Berkeley and a Master of Science degree in Management Science from the University of Southern California. Mr. Keller was a computer systems analyst at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, and developed a computer system for the management of resources for JPL’s interplanetary exploration projects. His experience in the aerospace and construction industries led to the development of Space MAX: Space Station Construction Simulator, a project management simulator for the construction of the first commercial space station. Mr. Keller has also worked for Douglas Aircraft and British Aerospace.