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Robert L. Schroeder

Solving the UFO Enigma: How modern Physics is revealing the Technology of UFOs

Paperback, 236 Seiten, Quantum Universe Books, 2011.

ISBN 978-1452836812

Can the technology behind the UFO phenomenon now be explained by modern physics and by a close examination of the more credible UFO reports? Yes according to the book Solving the UFO Enigma: How Modern Physics is Revealing the Technology of UFOs by Robert L. Schroeder.

The idea that a subset of all UFO reports represent advanced craft of extraterrestrial origin has been around for a long time. But only recently has the science of physics developed theories which, when correlated with selected UFO data, point directly toward a likely explanation of this alien technology.

Modern physics in its attempt to unify the fundamental forces of nature in a "Theory of Everything" has proposed theories that require the existence of up to eleven space-time dimensions and the possibility of entire universes existing side by side with our own. The author not only shows how physics has evolved to this point but he also looks at the unanswered questions of modern physics such as the origin of inertia, the mystery of quantum non-locality, the Higgs or "God" particle and the puzzle of the relative weakness of gravity.

It is these unanswered questions, along with certain conjectures and pertinent UFO characteristics, that when incorporated with the latest cutting edge physics theories look to be the final keys to explaining UFO technology. The book does contain some of the math of the most important historical physics theories. Although the math isn't essential to understanding the basic theme of the book it is there for those who would like an even more in depth knowledge of modern physics.

This proposed solution to UFO technology is based on some remarkable and rather exotic physics theories that are currently being tested at the Large Hadron Collider particle accelerator in Geneva, Switzerland. Should these theories prove correct then there is a real possibility that UFO technology is within the reach of our earth civilization. Its development on our planet would open up whole new worlds, both literally and figuratively, to be discovered and explored.


Schroeders introduction to modern physics is brilliant and easy to understand. It is a must read to comprehend the physical principles that might be behind the propulsion technology of UFOs as well as the physical effects these objects create in their immediate environment. Nevertheless Schroeder’s solution to solve the UFO enigma is based on a rather speculative theory (brane theory) and his suggestion that UFOs might be driven by a kind of „weight-reduction-technology“ is not as convincing as explanatory approaches based on Burkhard Heim’s Unified Quantum Field Theory. Heim discovered the contrabatic effect: According to this effect a mass rotating in a strong magnetic field will create an uplift force (ponderomotive force), that should be capable of neutralizing and even exceeding the earth’s gravitational force. Heim’s theory also provides a very elegant possibility of traveling through the universe instantaneously without having to physically cover the vast distances in space.

About the Author: Robert Schroeder recently retired after 26 years with a major computer company where he was involved in operations and product management. His educational background includes a BA in mathematics, an MBA and an associate's degree in aerospace engineering. He has closely followed developments in modern physics over the years and has researched the UFO phenomenon since the 1960's.

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