Stanton Friedman on UFOs, SETI and Stephen Hawking
Stanton Friedman on UFOs, SETI and Stephen Hawking (MUFON 2010)
|Nuclear Physicist Stanton Friedman discusses the problems with the way
modern scientists approach the UFO subject. Especially those from the
Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI), and Stephen Hawking.
the original civilian investigator of the Roswell incident. He studied
physics at the University of Chicago and worked as a nuclear physicist
on Research and Development projects for several large companies.
He is a
dual citizen of the U.S. and Canada.
1970 Friedman departed full-time employment as a physicist to pursue
the scientific investigation of UFOs. Since then, he has lectured at
more than 600 colleges and 100 professional groups in 50 states, nine
provinces, and 16 foreign countries. Additionally, he has worked as a
consultant on the topic.
has published more than 80 UFO related papers and has appeared on many
radio and television programs. He has also provided written testimony to
Congressional hearings and appeared twice at the United Nations.
Friedman used to refer to himself as "The Flying Saucer Physicist" due
to his degrees in nuclear physics and work on nuclear projects.
has consistently favored use of the term flying saucer in his work,
saying "Flying saucers are, by definition, unidentified flying objects,
but very few unidentified flying objects are flying saucers. I am
interested in the latter, not the former."
Terry Friedman (born July 29th, 1934) is a professional Ufologist,
currently residing in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada.