David Adair is an internationally recognized expert in space technology spinoff applications for industry and commercial use. At age 11 he built his first of hundreds of rockets which he designed and test flew. At 17 he won "The Most Outstanding in the Field of Engineering Sciences" from the US Air Force. At 19 he designed and fabricated a state-of-the-art mechanical system for changing jet turbine engines for the US Navy that set world record turnaround times that still stand today.
He is a world class presenter and keynote speaker, seminar and workshop leader and consultant. His presentations include little known facts and anecdotes from his involvement with the space program, commercial technology development, films and "the things he has seen" at Area 51.
Space technology scientist David Adair talked about his work projects as well as hollow moon theories and facts. Open Lines were featured in the last hour.More » Host: George Noory
An expert in space technology spinoff applications, David Adair, is also known for his account of extraordinary experiences at Area 51 as a mere teenager. In the first half, he discussed his fusion engine technology, the Gamma Ray Creation project, and the completion of the documentary about his life and work.
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Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 8/19/97, when rocket scientist David Adair shared an incredible story of how he was taken to Area 51 to see an alien spacecraft.More » Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
In this rebroadcast from 11/17/97, Art Bell spoke with rocket scientist David Adair on UFOs and Area 51.More » Host: Art Bell
Rebroadcast of George Noory with David Adair from Monday, October 13, 2003.More » Host: George Noory
Monday's main guest, space technology consultant David Adair shared his extraordinary experiences at Area 51 when, as a mere teenager, he said he examined a gigantic engine which had an "exoskeleton" shaped liked a number eight. Adair was asked to evaluate the object (which had a damaged core), based on work he had done with his own advanced rocketry.More » Host: George Noory