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UFO How-To THE FREE E-BOOK This is a free electronic book. You can download this book for free at http://www.ufohowto.com If you paid for it, you were scammed. Report the seller to your state’s attorney general. This book is copyright 2008, but the author gives you permission to distribute this book freely as long as you do not change any of the content herein or charge any money for this book. The SPACE RACE is on, and you can be a part of it. Contained in the UFO How-To series are the technical layouts for aerospace craft that anyone can access and build. You can be a part, maybe even a leader, in the coming economic expansion into space industries.
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How UFOs Work Mankind has the ability to build UFOs. The answer to How UFOs work has been released to the public by the government. Actually, it’s been available for almost 100 years now. It’s just that no one knew where to look for the answers. This book will help you understand how they work. The UFO How-To series has over six and a half thousand 1 (6500+) pages to it, 99% of which is complete patent information. Over four thousand 2 (4000+) pages are devoted to UFO craft and their propulsion systems, over eighteen hundred 3 (1800+) are showing the complete patents of power systems that can be used for UFO craft, homes, and even automobiles. But you don’t need to read all those pages, or even understand all those pages to understand how UFOs operate. To make it easier, I broke them down into six main categories: 1) Air powered. Some of the oldest patents are air foil discs and giant blowers. 2) Electrogravitic. Large voltages of electricity pulsed into the right receivers. 3) Plasma Propulsion. Think of rockets that run on lightning. Or David Adair. 4) Magnetohydrodynamic. These are the ‘glowing balls of light’ people see. 5) Fusion. A catch all category for fusion, fission, and antimatter drives. 6) Inertial. Mechanical momentum powered craft. You can choose which area you want to start, because the first six books of the UFO How-To series are divided as above. All except the first book, “100 Years of UFO Patents.” That first book has all kinds of UFOs in it, from the first “Aerial Machine” to the “Gyro Stabilized Flying Saucer” to the “Gravitational Wave Propulsion System.” People You Ought To Know About 1 6632 pages to be exact, not including “The Basics.” 2 4165 pages. 3 1867 pages.
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The following people are ‘persons of interest’ in the history and development of the modern human built UFO. Each one of them has played a critical role in the science of UFO propulsion systems, and has a portion of the UFO How-To series. Nikola Tesla : In 1884 Tesla came to America with four cents in his pocket and a notebook under his arm. In that notebook were the plans for “the perfect flying machine,” the UFO.
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