Synthesis of "Unconventional Flying Objects: A Scientific Analysis," by ex-NASA scientist Paul Hill. [Or why you too should boo the woo.] [Part 1/X]

I’m going to break the synthesis up into a short series of posts over the next few days as it will otherwise probably be too long for most readers to digest easily. Introduction Paul Hill was a rocket scientist for NACA/NASA in the 1950s, and developed the first tilt-to-control flying platforms to model UFO flight characteristics with conventional propulsion technology. Hill had two sightings of UFOs during his life, the first of which was on July 16, 1952, near the Langley Research Center in Hampton, Virginia. When Hill reported his first sighting to his boss at NASA, his boss asked him whether he had been drinking and dismissed Hill’s observations. Hill was unperturbed, however, and began an unofficial effort to collect data from other NASA scientists who had their own encounters. Hill then set about trying to prove UFOs conform to the the laws of physics rather than defying them, as part of a strategy to make the scientific community take reports of UFOs more seriously. Hill lays down his theory of how UFOs work in his book, Unconventional Flying Objects: A Scientific Analysis, which was not published until after his death. Hill never saw a penny from his book;…

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Synthesis of “Unconventional Flying Objects: A Scientific Analysis,” by ex-NASA scientist Paul Hill. [Or why you too should boo the woo.] [Part 1/X]

Updated: December 18, 2021 — 9:27 pm