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UFO Review issue 6, November 2004

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  • Stuart Miller
    Issue 6 of UFO Review (November 2004) is now ready and available at http://www.uforeview.net . As usual, top left hand button marked Current Issue . 5.5mb PDF
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      Issue 6 of UFO Review (November 2004) is now ready and available
      at http://www.uforeview.net . As usual, top left hand button
      marked "Current Issue". 5.5mb PDF download

      We bring you the usual controversial and stimulating mix. There
      is an interview with Professor Chandra Wickramasinghe, who,
      along with Sir Fred Hoyle is the leading modern day proponent of
      the theory of Panspermia. Professor Wicramasinghe explains how
      they started, why they became interested, how it developed, and
      what opposition they met on the way. He gives his views on the
      probablity of intelligent Life elsewhere and a number of other
      insights. It was a privilege speaking to this gentleman and the
      interview is fascinating.

      And from the sublime we go to "round 2" in the Battle Of
      Britain. Round 1 was the interview with Andy Roberts two issues
      ago. Round 2 is an "answer" interview with his arch nemesis Max
      Burns who eloquently gives his side of the dispute. "Dispute" is
      an understatement. This interview is not for the faint of heart
      as Max cuts a swathe through British Ufology. November is "Max
      Month" as also being published is a follow up to his original
      Notes From The Borderlands article.

      Can there be room for more? You bet. There is a fascinating but
      depressing article from Andrew Pike on the Science and Politics
      of Mars, Roger Anderton writes about the Mysterious Origins of
      Einstein and Kithra tells us about the Lost Land of Lyonesse.
      And there's more still, imcluding a review of the Probe
      conference in Blackpool in the UK in October.

      Just in case you're getting giddy with the seriousness of it
      all, there are the usual severe and rather wicked send-ups and
      what passes for satire in the editor's tiny mind. All at

      http://www.uforeview.net
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