Adrian Rudnyk earned an M.A. in Philosophy (Thesis: "Reconciling Realism with Underdetermination in Musical Ontology") from California State University, Los Angeles, and he received a "Special Recognition Award in Graduate Studies." Before that Rudnyk earned a B.A. in Philosophy (Emphasis: Science & Society) from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, as well as an A.A. in Music and an A.S. in Computing & Information Systems from Citrus College, Glendora. He attended Ukrainian School on Saturdays in L.A. from 1970-1979.
Rudnyk had great interest in music and took private violin lessons for about 14 years, played violin professionally, and has taught violin for 21 years. He has been a UFO researcher since the mid-1980s, and employs philosophical methodologies as his main strategy in studying the UFO phenomenon.
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