Probe: Alien-Free Edition

Tom Williamson

Probe: Alien-Free Edition
SilverWood Books Ltd
United Kingdom
15 September 2022

Probe: Alien-Free Edition

Tom Williamson

Have probes of extraterrestrial origin conducted surveillance missions in Earth’s atmosphere? James McDonald, co-founder of the Institute of Atmospheric Physics at the University of Arizona, one of the twentieth century’s leading atmospheric physicists, presented strong evidence for this hypothesis at the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science in December 1969. Yet, remarkably, McDonald’s important conjecture has all but disappeared from the purview of scientists today. That’s likely to soon change, former Science Museum (London) curator Tom Willamson argues in this book. The reason is simple: a large chunk of science supporting McDonald’s idea, much of it carried out in the former Soviet Union and later Russia and Ukraine during the 1980s and 1990s, had gone missing. Now, thanks to the wonders of Google Translate, Williamson has been able to put together in this book a provisional, alien-free (and UFOlogy-free) account of that missing science.

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