MUFON is proud to announce that Dr. Ted Loder, Ph.D, will be one of eleven
expert speakers featured at the 2011 MUFON Symposium. Dr. Loder retired in
May 2005 as a Professor Emeritus from the University of New Hampshire, Dept.
of Earth Sciences and the Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans, and Space.
Dr. Loder is currently Science Advisor to Dr. Stephen Greer's Orion Project to
develop free energy.
The Implications for Post Contact Advancements in Science and Technology
By Ted Loder
The implications for scientific and technological advancements after open
contact with advanced ET civilizations are based on an analysis of a combination
of the technologies needed to visit Earth, the willingness of ETs to share knowledge,
and multiple reports by contactees on what they observed and what they were told.
There is also the problem of the willingness of human groups to share what they
have already learned but have kept suppressed for many decades. These will probably include many of the technologies that ETs have also developed. The five areas of
interest covered will be transportation (including anti-gravity), energy production
(including over unity devices), communication (including both super- luminal devices
and consciousness communication), medical (including cures for human illnesses and resulting life extension), and consciousness (including a better understanding of our spiritual nature).
In other words, there will be significant changes in many areas of human endeavor once open acknowledged contact has occurred, and there will be no "going back". Ultimately this will be a "very good thing".
This promises to be an impactful presentation from a Professor
who attended congressional briefings on advanced energy and propulsion systems in Washington DC, as representative of the
There he learned about various alternative energy systems and
met a number of top-secret military witnesses who described events
they observed first hand to members of Congress and the Senate.
Dr. Loder also presented an invited paper at AIAA assessing the development of electrogravitic research over the past 50 years and implications of this technology.
If this information is important to you, make plans to attend the 2011 MUFON
Symposium at the Hyatt Regency in Irvine, California July 29th through the 31st.
Register early and take advantage of MONEY SAVING 2011 Symposium Packages.