Understanding UAPs/UFOs: Implications for National Security and Air Safety
About the Book
In this book, I respond to the need for expplanations of UAPs/UFOs, as presented by the Report from the Office of the Director of Nattional. I work within the framerok of the Pentagon’s statement that UAPs are real objects with advanced intelligently controlled technologies, which are not ours (US). I present explanations of the Physics of UFOs/UAPs and how they work. I analyze and explain UAPs’ flight characteristics. I present explanation for the obervables listed by the National Intelligence Director’s Report. I address and refute the hypothesis that UAPs are advanced hypersonic drones from Russia or China. I review and address the National Security as well as air safety concerns. I present case evidence and historical data supporting the hypothesis that some UFOs/UAPs are advanced technologies that do not seem to originate from Earth. It is evidence that may be conducive to the discovery, the realization that we are not alone in the Universe. This book is also intended to be used for additional reading in Astronomy and Physics classes.
About the Author
Dr. Moreno is an American Atomic and Space Physicist, a Former NASA Scientist. He originally came from Argentina at a young age, where he had already earned an Engineering Degree. He attended a Berkeley High School where he learned English. Subsequently, he did his undergraduate work in Physics and Mathematics at UC Berkeley. Then, he attended Cal State Hayward where he studied Graduate Quantum Physics, then, he went to UCLA, where he received his Master’s degree in Atomic Physics. Subsequently, he moved to the Space Physics Department within UCLA and completed his Ph.D. in Space Physics and also in Geophysics. Subsequently, he did Post-Doctoral work at the Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics of UCLA. Then he went to work for NASA. He has been doing research and teaching Physics and Astronomy for more than 40 years. He is a Tenured Professor of Physics, Astronomy and Environmental Science in Los Angeles, California and he serves as the Chair of the School of Applied Sciences. He has taught Physics as a Visiting Professor at UCLA and did a research project with Los Alamos National Laboratory. He has also taught Astronomy in the USC – LATTC Program. He also serves as Scientific and Technology Advisor to various corporations.