Friedman, nuclear physicist, lecturer and world-renowned devotee of extraterrestrial existence, has died at the age of She said he was on his way home to Fredericton from a speaking engagement in Ohio. Friedman built a reputation as a leading authority on unidentified flying objects, alien abductions and the so-called Roswell incident, considered by many to be the definitive UFO event. He said his belief in extraterrestrials was based on data about UFO events he found buried in U.
Friedman grew up in Linden, N. He began lecturing on the topic in , but he never actually saw one himself. At the time, he said he owed his personal success to the fact that people have an endless fascination with space and the unknown.
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Kathleen Marden was a friend of Friedman for more than 30 years and co-authored three books on UFOs with him. QuickTime, 1. How compelling do you find that evidence? Budd Hopkins likes to claim that anyone with a scar on their body, that they cannot remember how they got it—maybe in their childhood—that that scar was caused by aliens. And nearly every hand goes up.
And then when I ask: Can you remember how you got the scar? Almost no hands go up.
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Because most of our scars and bodily injuries—particularly the minor ones—occur when we're children, when we are learning how to rollerskate and ride bicycles and doing the sort of things where we injure ourselves. Missing time is supposed to be another mark of abduction. Heavens, I experience missing time every time that I look at my watch and say: My goodness, it's two p.
When I go for a drive, I typically experience missing time, because I don't recall passing this bridge or passing that bridge. It is automatic. It is routine.
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So—now it is claimed that the aliens leave implants. And a few such things have been removed from the hands or the bodies of people who allegedly were abducted. Are they micro, tiny electronic—micro electronic devices? Nothing unusual about them.
And, in fact, the—Dr. Mack has admitted that he's pretty much given up hope of coming up with a single physical artifact.
Now, wait a minute. If aliens are abducting thousands or millions of Americans, and if they're putting implants in many of them. All it would take would be one little micro electronic, or one unusual device that we could say: This could not have been made on this earth. And that would be the evidence that would convince even me. But so far, they cannot come up with any scientifically credible evidence.
NOVA: Budd Hopkins presents this as very good hard physical evidence, of scoop marks, what do you think you're seeing? What's going on there? I have a small scar on my leg.
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Many people have scars that they obtained in childhood, skating, riding bike, and they can't remember exactly how they got it. NOVA: Now, what about this? This looks pretty compelling to me. And it was—the x-ray allegedly was taken by a cousin of hers. When Budd Hopkins learned of it and said: Let's try to get that spiral out, lo and behold Jane Doe wakened one morning, nose bleed—the spiral was missing.
I suspect that it was some sort of a spiral device that she inserted in her own nose. Because it typically grows or forms in a circle. Two hundred years ago, when farmers found this, they said—they named it fairy rings, because they assumed that fairies came and danced around the circle at midnight. Simply no evidence for that. The other is that the aliens are producing hybrid beings that will somehow help them take over our planet.
Scientists, of course, are dubious of such claims.
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After all, there's never been any good evidence that the abductions are taking place. No one ever seems to bring along a cellphone to take photos or to pocket an artifact from the saucers. But an instructor at the University of Oxford in England believes the abductions are real. Young-hae Chi, who teaches Korean at the university, also claims to know what the aliens have in mind.
In lectures given at the university, he says they're creating alien-human hybrids as a hedge against climate change. To support his unorthodox theory, Chi notes that for several decades the number of reported alien abductions has risen. He bases this statement on the work of David Jacobs, a retired Temple University historian who has published several books on ufology and who runs the International Center for Abduction Research. Jacobs has interviewed more than a thousand people who claim to have been abducted, using hypnotic regression that apparently allows them to recall their unearthly encounters with aliens.
Mind you, this too is controversial, and Jacobs himself admits that people should be skeptical of these recollections. Chi takes the claims at face value, and links the growing number of abductees cataloged by Jacobs to the increase in atmospheric greenhouse gases. He doesn't imply a cause and effect: The abduction experiment is not responsible for global warming. Rather, it's a reaction to it.