Retired UNH professor says the truth is out there...
By CHLOE JOHNSONStaff Writerljohnson@fosters.com
Article Date: Sunday, February 24, 2008
Dr. Theodore C. Loder III
Dr. Ted Loder is a respected scientist and oceanography professor at the University of New Hampshire. After learning from his cousin, Brigadier General Stephen Lovekin, that the ET/UFO subject is not only real but is the key to technologies that could preserve our Earth's environment while advancing humanity into a sustainable planetary society, he has become an outspoken advocate for ending the secrecy surrounding this subject. He has worked to introduce students, other scientists, and legislators to the fact that humans are not alone in the universe.
The Disclosure Project is a nonprofit research organization seeking to disseminate declassified government documents on extraterrestrials and provide witness testimony about UFOs. Loder said the knowledge that UFOs are real and visiting Earth first was established after World War II with the aerial phenomena classified as "foo fighters," along with the alleged spacecraft crash near Roswell, N.M.
"We knew that this was happening, and we also knew they could fly circles around us," he said.
Loder said the acronym UFO was coined to confuse people.
"We know what they are," he said. "They're extraterrestrial vehicles.
"The strongest evidence that UFOs have visited the Earth's atmosphere can be found among hundreds of government documents on the subject dating back to the 1940s, he said. The Disclosure Project has collected such documents, along with almost 70 expert and military witness accounts. Since the materials were made available online and otherwise publicized, Loder said, more witnesses have come forward, with the total now at nearly 500.
He said there are several reasons government officials would keep UFO information highly classified, including a desire to use alien technology to gain superiority over other nations.
He also said technology that can travel so far and fast through space would disrupt the energy infrastructure, making dependency on fossil fuels obsolete — a notion corporate stockholders would reject. Knowing the government knew such technology existed for decades also likely would enrage the public, he added, given the current energy crisis and the number of years that evidence has been available.
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