In Memoriam to Stanton T. Friedman May 14, 2019

In Memoriam

Stanton T. Friedman
July 29, 1934 – May 13, 2019
Stan is survived by his wife, Marilyn Kimball Friedman; his daughters Melissa Friedman and Rachel Friedman; a grandson; and a great-grandson. His sons, Sean and James, died earlier. His family said Stan died of a heart attack at Toronto Pearson Airport on his way home to Fredericton, New Brunswick, from a UFO speaking engagement in Columbus the night of May 13, 2019.

Nuclear physicist and c
o-Author of Crash At Corona © 1992 with Don Berliner;
Top Secret/MAJIC © 2005;
Co-Author Captured! The Betty and Barney Hill UFO Experience © 2007 with Kathleen Marden;
Flying Saucers & Science © 2008;
Co-author Science Was Wrong © 2010 with Kathleen Marden;
Co-author Fact, Fiction and Flying Saucers © 2016 with Kathleen Marden.

To Stan, with deep respect to a brave and wonderful soul I have known since 1980. I’m cheering you on  into other dimensions spreading facts and truth.   God bless forever, Linda

“Buddha In Glory
A billion stars go spinning through the night,
blazing high above your head.
But in you is the presence that
will be, when all the stars are dead.”

— Rainer Maria Rilke


Earthfiles 2007 Archive – Another Dragonfly “Drone” This Week Near Maxwell AFB

“...If I had to guess closest match to what I saw, it would be that Chad
photograph (by the yellow flowers), that's the closest one.”

— Ted Connors (alias), Technical Specialist in Security, Montgomery, Alabama

 

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Earthfiles 2007 Archive – Part 1:  Explanation of the Recent “Strange Craft” Sightings

(June 26, 2007, reprinted in its entirety without editing or spelling corrections as requested by “Isaac,” an alias. Also see:  http://isaaccaret.fortunecity.com/)

 

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Black Holes – First Ever Image Attempts by Event Horizon Telescope

“It’s exciting, even just technically, to get this up close and personal to a black hole.”

— Priyamvada Natarajan, Ph.D., Astrophysicist, Yale University, New Haven, Conn.

“Even if the new images do not overthrow Einsteinian relativity, they will be invaluable as astronomers’ first glimpses into the hearts of these black hole cosmic entities and the way they generate cosmically catastrophic energies.”

— Dennis Overbye, Science Reporter, The New York Times, April 9, 2019Click for report.