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William R. Alschuler

Professor of theoretical physics at University of Connecticut Ronald Mallett presented an update on the work at the Large Hadron Collider, as well as the latest in his work on time travel, and the centennial celebration of Einstein's general theory of relativity.

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William R. Alschuler

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Date: Monday - January 14, 2002
Host: Art Bell
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William R. Alschuler, holds a Ph.D. in astronomy from the University ofCalifornia at Santa Cruz. In addition to his work at Cal Arts, he has alsotaught at UCSC, Harvard, MIT, the Boston Architectural Center and theFashion Institute of Technology. His published works cover physics andastronomy, energy conservation in building design, UFOs and dinosaurs.

Dr. Alschueler's most recent book, THE SCIENCE OF UFOs, objectively examinessome of the themes, reports and claims that have been made about thebehavior of purported alien spacecraft and their occupants, evidence ofancient visitations on Earth and other planets, the meaning of species andhybrids in the context of modern genetics, and non-spatial methods ofinterstellar travel.

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