This is a study of UFO pictures and photographer-witness accounts plus a comparison of vision and photography with the idea of developing a two-channel information theory to yield more information about objects that had been photographed and witnessed by people. Where the two systems are so different we feel the idea and our work was a real contribution to photo analysis.
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I feel we did discover something so bizarre the UFO world was not ready to accept it, but more than ever do we feel our concept is compelling and these objects are not from far away, but another "when." In several of our meetings with the late Dr. J. Allen Hynek at conferences, in private homes, including his, he was fond of saying, "I think when we have an answer it is going to be much more bizarre than anything we have ever thought." He was particularly fond of my hypothesis.
One of the offshoots done to refute an Eric von Daniken hypothesis was our discovery of the method Phoenician sailors mapped the entire Earth in antiquity. I developed a method of determining longitude accurately in that time and a method of confirming it which was later validated by a team from The Smithsonian Magazine and featured in their article "The Determination of Longitude in Antiquity" where they credited me with discovering how the Peri Reis' map was drawn and Captain Cook place islands in the Pacific so accurately their positions have only been improved by satellite. Dr. Charles Hapgood also made note of these achievements in the seventh edition of his book "Maps of the Ancient Sea Kings," page 35.
Vance feels time travel is compatible with the Einsteinian concept of the universe and presents a clear case for time travel down to how it could be accomplished. However, Vance is at odds with Einstein in his concept of the importance of absolute space which in turn would require the navigation of galactic space because everything in the universe is moving rapidly in in many directions simultaneously. But then the author continues and explains how it may be possible to navigate space in a way that would use little or no time!
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Descripción Barlenmir House, 1977. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P110879290463
Descripción Barlenmir House, 1977. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0879290463