UFOs: The Great Debate - An Objective Look at Extraterrestrials,, Government Cover-Ups, and the Prospect of First Contact
Llewellyn Worldwide, 2008 - 237 頁
Are we alone in the universe?
UFOs and all related phenomena have been deeply embedded into our culture's consciousness—the possibility that aliens are among us can't be easily dismissed or ignored. Today, one burning question keeps the fire of speculation raging: Do aliens really exist?
With a fair-minded, yet incisive, look at the case for and against extraterrestrial life, J. Allan Danelek takes you on a tantalizing tour of the controversial issues, paranormal experiences, and scientific theories surrounding UFOs and alien intelligence in this stimulating book on UFOs.
One big conspiracy?
Decide for yourself as you consider the fascinating facts—the mysterious crash in Roswell, crop circles, alien abductions, radar and satellite observations, and more. Danelek delves into government cover-ups, examines the prospect of space travel, and even proposes scenarios of first contact with an alien race.
By taking part in this captivating discussion, we can discover the truth about our world and gain insight into human nature. What will the ever-evolving UFO debate reveal about your beliefs?