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Bob Wood received a B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering from University of Colorado in 1949, a Ph.D. in Physics from Cornell in 1953, worked for General Electric Aeronautics and Ordnance, served in the U.S. Army at Aberdeen Proving Ground for two years, and then completed 43 years with Douglas Aircraft and its successors. A long-time Director of the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON), a Councilor for the Society for Scientific Exploration, and member of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics since 1947, he has garnered a reputation for integrity and scholarship in this field over the last two decades. His aerospace career included the thermodynamics of keeping missiles cool; managing and selling the independent research and development projects of a couple of dozen scientists and engineers; designing radars to discriminate between Soviet ballistic missiles and their decoys; applying advanced technology to make the Space Station cheaper, better, and sooner; and finally helping to sell the Delta launch vehicle as the workhorse for NASA orbital payloads. In the late 1960s, he ran a proprietary project to try to discover how UFOs “worked,” and has been studying the UFO topic ever since. Upon retirement, he became involved in the forensics of authenticating questioned “leaked” UFO documents, collaborating occasionally with his colleague and son Ryan (author of MAJIC – Eyes Only). He recognized the excellence of Nick Redfern’s attention to high standards and asked him to provide his international reports concerning aliens and viruses.

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Fascinating page-turner 20 octobre 2013
Par Harrison Koehli - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Bob Wood is part of the father-and-son team devoted to analyzing the purported "MJ-12" documents that have been fed to UFO researchers since the early '80s. This book gives a good overview to that material, while focusing on one overarching topic of interest: biowarfare and the threat of a potentially species-killing virus. Wood and his ghost-writer Nick Redfern tackle the subject from all angles: references in the MJ-12 documents, testimony from military and intelligence sources, and the mainstream historical and scientific record. What crops up over and over again are links between alleged MJ-12-connected individuals, research into biological warfare, astrobiology, and connections to alleged UFO crash/recoveries.

Wood and Redfern look at several documents from the Timothy Cooper collection, tackle the problem of document authentication, highlight several individual crash incidents, the cattle mutilation phenomenon, and the mysterious deaths of dozens of microbiologists and experts in biowarfare in the early 2000s. While I don't necessarily agree with all of the authors' conclusions (e.g., the overall authenticity of the documents, Redfern's ideas on Roswell, or the idea that cattle mutilations are essentially biowarfare experiments), most conclusions are stated more as tentative working hypotheses than as pet theories. The main virtue of the book, in my opinion, is the sheer collection of data: names, places, connections. And I have to hand it to Nick Redfern. I did not like his style in his Men In Black book, but his prose here is more journalistic, to-the-point, and it makes for an informative and page-turning read.

While the material is controversial, the sheer number of connections inclines me to think that there is something real here. Whether the real danger is from space-borne pathogens (e.g., brought to earth via comets or asteroids), so-called alien viruses found on the alleged bodies of UFO inhabitants, or engineered biowarfare agents (the source of which may or may not have something to do with the other options), the intel community has been keeping tabs on it since at least World War II. Any of the three scenarios is scary enough. Despite its scary subject matter, Alien Viruses (****1/4) is damn fun to read.
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Good Read 9 septembre 2013
Par Peter Straw - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Interesting premise, I would suggest that this book is more suitable for someone who has a strong background in this subject. Unlike books like Above Top secret, or Alien agenda, that give a history of the UFO topic, this book is an interesting addendum for someone familiar with the MJ-12 controversy and the history of sightings, mutilations, etc., over the last 70 odd years.
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An immensely important book! 23 juin 2014
Par Donald R. Burleson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This is one of the most tremendously significant works ever published in the field of UFO studies, which has a huge literature. I have been involved myself for many years in this field, and have increasingly come to think that the (micro-)biological aspects of this whole question have too long been under-represented or even ignored. (I have been pointing out, for example, that the Roswell bodies must certainly have been DNA-harvested and gene-sequenced by now.) The issue of micro-organisms from off the earth is one that up to now has entered very little into discussions of matters like the UFO crash and retrieval of non-terrestrial bodies at Roswell, New Mexico (July 1947). Our immune systems evolve, and organisms from outside the system in which they evolved must for safety's sake be assumed to have a potentially great impact on the health-states of humans and other terrestrial organisms. The manner in which this volume explores that huge issue is a pleasure to behold. This centrally important volume belongs on everyone's shelf.
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Required reading for ufologist:) 28 août 2014
Par Mike Blake - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
The bottom paragraph on page 90 of this book is one of the most important paragraphs in Ufology. It list original documents stamped Majic. The last nine words on page 90 are worth the price of the book. Richard Dolan said it would take an army of PHd's to hoax the Majestic Twelve documents and I agree. This book contains never before published information on MJ12.
Chapter six is one of my favorite chapters. Its all about are the documents forgeries. I am going to give you another paragraph to read(I do this so you have to buy the book). Read the concluding paragraph of chapter six.
The book is all about alien viruses. It tackles the issue from many angles including Roswell. It is a very thought provoking book. The chapters all cite sources, Chapter 21 alone list 41 sources. A very nice index and table of contents are included.
I thought the last chapter was fun. Its a source who claims to have worked at area-51 and was in charge of the Majestic Documents on site.
My overall impression of the book is that it was thoughly researched. It was a fascinating topic and a fun read. I would say this book is required reading for ufologist. Bob, Nick, Ryan and Richard thank you all for your hard work.
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Absolute Page-turner!!! 21 septembre 2013
Par Technology Knight - Computer & Home Theater Specialists - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This book is an absolute page-turner and very interesting. It includes a number of subtle discussions about the authenticity of the documents that tell the story of the secrecy of this program. I must point out that it's surprising that there is credible evidence that some of our people have died as a result of exposure to pathogens from aliens.
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