UFOLOGY
A Major Breakthrough in the Scientific Understanding of Unidentified Flying Objects By James M. McCampbell

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Contents

Acknowledgements

Preface

Chapter 1 Certified UFOs

Reliability of Reports
Air Force Experience
Residue in Colorado
Civilian Groups
Scientific Analysis
Springboard to Discovery
Footnotes


Chapter 2  The Vehicles

Discs
Fuselages
Spheres
Potpourri
Size
Structural Details
Footnotes


Chapter 3 Composition & Luminosity

Metallic Surface
Soft Glow
Rainbow Colors
Dazzling Brightness
Sequential Multi-Colors
Simultaneous Multi-Colors
Other Lighting Details
Footnotes


Chapter 4  Sounds

Violent noises
Humming
Rush of air
High Pitch
Coded Signals
Footnotes


Chapter 5 Electrical Interference

Internal Combustion Engines
Radios
Household Receivers
Power Transmission
Footnotes


Chapter 6 Physiological Effects

Primary Symptoms
Heating
Paralysis
Electrical Shock
Loss of Conciousness
Secondary Symptoms
Scientific Uncertainty
Observer's Reactions
Animals Too.
Footnotes


Chapter 7 Flight & Propulsion

Hovering
Descent & Ascent
Acceleration & Relativity
Undulation
Speed & Shock Waves
Wobble & Spin
Evidences of Power
Microwave Propulsion
Limits of Theory
Footnotes


Chapter 8 Pilots & Passengers

Diminutives
Normals
Giants
Relationships
Languages
Clothing
Body Clothing
Belts
Helmets
Boots & Gloves
Footnotes


Chapter 9 Activities On Earth

Collecting Samples
Inspections
Emergencies
Personnel Transfers
Summary on Landings
Infiltration
Personal Locomotion
Weak Gravity
Flying
Attitudes Toward Humanity
Footnotes


Chapter 10 Some Concluding Remarks

Appraising an Hypothesis
Skeptics Recycle
Improper Questions
A Program Plan
Footnotes

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