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i. Introduction to the 2022 Edition:

3. Epic Fail (announcing the suspension of the project in 2009)
6. started as the National Online Music Alliance in 1995.  The Internet Wayback Machine has archived pages from the site starting in 1997.

ii. Preface

2. Radical Software V2 #3
3. The Waterstar Project: Point of Origin, Santa Cruz 1973

5.  A Different Well
(Notes from the Rabbit Hole)

  1. Enid Lamonte Meadocraft, The Story of Thomas Alva Edison (Amazon)
  2. George Everson, The Story of Television (Amazon) 
  3. Paul Schatzkin, The Boy Who Invented Television; 2002   (Amazon)

6. On the Shoulders of Giants

  1. Sir Isaac Newton, Principia Mathematica (Wikipedia)

7. Brute and Awkward Force 

  1. A. L. Kistelman, Hello, Stupid;   (Amazon)

8: Impossible And Not To Be Considered 

  1. Robert A .Millikan,  The Autobiograhy of Robert A. Millikan   (Amazon) 
  2. Millikan’s  Oil Drop Experiment (Wikipedia)

9: The Biefeld Brown Effect

2. Charles Augustin de Coloumb (Wikipedia)

11: He Made Things Up

  1.  Gaston Burridge, Townsend Brown and His Anti-Gravity Disc

15:  A Pineapple and A Pea
(Notes from the Rabbit Hole)

  1. Radical Softare Vol. II #3, The VideoCity Edition 
  2. Max Crosley, The Electro Magnetic Spectrum Blues 
  3. The Point of Origin – Santa Cruz, 1973  (Schatzkin)

20: Gravity & Electricity, Space & Time
(Notes from the Rabbit Hole #5)

  1. Fundamental Forces (Wikipedia)
  2. Eddington Expedition (Wikipedia)

21:How I Control Gravitation

  1. Science and Invention, August 1929

24: A Seagoing Sailor At Last 

  1. Meinesz Pendulum (

29: The Caroline

  1. Fenimore Johnson, His Masters Voice Was Eldridge R. Johnson

33 – Notes 07: Deeper Draft Redux

  1. Room 40 (Wikipedia)

40: Golden Galleon

  1. A Sailor’s Life (Townsend Brown poem)
  2. H. Montgomery Hyde, The Quiet Canadian: The Secret Service Story of Sir William Stephenson

45:  The Ghost At The Corral

1.Herman Wouk Don’t Stop The Carnival (novel)

46: Hey Woodward

  1. Jimmy Buffett Don’t Stop The Carnival (musical, album)
  2. Jimmy Buffett Banana Wind (album)
  3. Jimmy Buffett Desdemona’s Building A Rocket Ship (lyrics)
  4. Jimmy Buffett Only Time Will Tell (lyrics)
  5. Bob Woodward (Wikipedia)

48: A Universe Away

1. Of All The Gin Joints… Humphrey Bogart in Casablanca (YouTube)

50: Structure of Space 

  1. Luminiferous Aether (Wikipedia)

51: Quantum Germans 

  1. Hanebu II – German (Nazi) Flying Saucer Model Kit (YouTube)
  2. Einstein letter to Roosevelt 
  3.  Michel Bar-Zohar,The Hunt for German Scientists 
  4. Joseph P. Farrell: Reich of the Black Sun
  5. Brian Greene,  The Elegant Universe: Superstrings, Hidden Dimensions, and the Quest for the Ultimate Theory
  6. Brian Greene, The Fabric of the Cosmos: Space, Time, and the Texture of Reality 
  7. Higgs Ocean 
  8. Dirac Sea (Wikipedia)
  9. Pru Clearwater The Infinite Field (Spotify)
  10. Zero Point Energy (ZPE)
  11. Nick Cook, The Hunt for Zero Point (Amazon)

52: Foo Fighters

  1. Smokey Stover comic book archive 
  2. David Grohl on the origins of the ‘Foo Fighters’ band name 
  3. Jo Chamberlain, American Legion Magazine, The Foo Fighter Mystery 
  4. Werner Von Braun (Wikipedia)
  5. Andy Roberts, Foo Fighters – The Story So Far (Project 1947)

53: Bombers & Parachutes

  1. Halifax Bomber 
  2. James Bamford, Body of Secrets(Amazon)
  3. TICOM Archive 

54: Good for One Fare

  1. Spaulding Grey (Wikipedia)

55. Werewolves and Mud

  1. Ian Fleming (Wikipedia)
  2. Operation Carpetbagger (Wikipedia)
  3. The Nazi Werewolves Who Terrorized Allied Soldiers at the End of WWII (Smithsonian Magazine)
  4. General Dwight D. Eisenhower  (

56: Pear Shaped

  1. Lt. Commander Howard Campaigne (TICOM Archive)

57: Eerily Quiet 

  1. Robert Sarbacher / UFO Conspiracies (1950s)

58: We Have Much to Decide 

  1. Lermontov’s A Hero of Our Times (Wikipedia)

59: Mileage, Folks

  1. Ritttenhouse Lion photo ©2019 Ken Lane via / Creative Commons

61: No Need for Formalities 

  1. John Brotherton, A Fist Full of Kings 

63: The Browns of Ka Lae Hau

  1. The Dictatorship of The Proletariat  (Wikipedia)

64: Missing Files and Moles

  1. Klaus Fuchs (Wikipedia)
  2. The Cambridge Five (Wikipedia)

66: Mortally Wounded


  1. The Philadelphia Experiment,’ 

68: Hot Air

  1. LIFE Magazine April 17, 1952, There Is A Case for Interplanetary Saucers
  2. Flying Saucers ‘Explained’  – Los Angeles Times April 8, 1952

72. Flying Saucers In The Bible

Illustration by Matthaeus Merian (1593-1650)

73: Mostly Absent 

  1. Charles Brush (Wikipedia)
  2. Kinetic Theory of Gravitation

74: Project Winterhaven 

  1. Heinrich Hertz (Wikipedia)

75: Fish In Water 

  1. Alan Turing’s Bombe (Wikipedia)

77: Paris 

  1. ATLAS (Computer) (Wikipedia)
  2. Project Montgolfier
  3. Montgolfier and Biefeld-Brown 
  4. The G-Engines are Coming! (Young Men Magazine)
  5. Towards Flight – Without Stress or Strain (Interavia)

78: Notes and Ideas

  1. M. K. Jessup,  The Case for the UFO (Amazon)
  2. Rho Sigma, Ether Technology: A Rational Approach to Gravity Control (Amazon)

79: Berlin

  1. The Berlin Tunnel, aka Operation Gold (Wikipedia)
  2. George Blake (Wikipedia)

80. London 

  1. Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) (Wikipedia)


  1. National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena (Wikipedia)
  2. NICAP History 
  3. Donald Keyhoe, The Flying Saucers Are Real  (Amazon)

82: Tunnel Diode 

  1. Tunnel Diode (Wikipedia)
  2. More about Helen Towt and Charles Miller can be found in the online appendices 

83: First We Build A Fire

  1. Agnew Bahnson, The Stars Are Too High  (Amazon)
  2. Rube Goldberg (Wikipedia)
  3. Paul LaViolette, Secrets of Antigravity Propulsion: Tesla, UFOs, and Classified Aerospace Technology (Amazon)

86: Strike Another Match 


  1.  It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue (Bob Dylan) 

90: Burning Daylight

  1. Bill Lear (Wikipedia)

91. Get A Life

  1. National Reconnaissance Office (Wikipedia) 


  1. The Last Scene from Back To The Future (YouTube
  2. Flammarion Engraving
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