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Ball Lightning: Theory of Everything, Defying Gravity, Flatwoodsby Paul Sagan
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Paul Sagan demonstrates in "Ball Lightning: Paradox of Physics that fireballs defy gravity and offer clues to physics' final Theory of Everything. As evidence, he lists 200 unpublished, amazing cases from Oak Ridge National Laboratories.
By their mysterious propulsion, navigation, confinement, quasi-intelligent behavior, and their flight against strong winds, fireballs "violate" physics and "defy" gravity and provide clues to inertialess-inverse-gravity. His friend, Golka and Corum recreated Nikola Tesla's Colorado Springs wireless power Zenneck waves and electric balls.
The Sagan-Hill Hypothesis explains fireball propulsion and what Sagan once witnessed--the terrifying Flatwoods Monster and its alien craft--which set off a near nationwide panic. He publishes here his exclusive interviews with witnesses Kathy May and Dale Leavitt, and proposes that aliens are robot machine intelligences who live hidden amongst our asteroid and comet belts. SETI fails because aliens use lasers and disclosure will create world anarchy. "Sagan illuminates the profound changes necessary for post-modern physics to accommodate something that is foreign to our current physics. Written for the intelligent reader, this book's remarkable clarity and minimum of mathematical notation make it accessible to both the scientist and casual reader."
--Albert Einstein's ghost
In BALL LIGHTNING: Paradox of Physics, Paul Sagan lists 230 unpublished cases from Oak Ridge National Laboratories. By their mysterious propulsion, navigation, confinement and flight against winds, fireballs
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