By Jacques Vallee
Identified largely as an investigator of the flying saucers phenomenon and a technology fiction novelist, the French-born Vallee (now a resident of the united states) has additionally labored as a working laptop or computer scientist in either academia and undefined. UFOlogists won't locate the solutions to all in their questions the following, for even if Vallee believes that UFOs exist, he has no proposal simply what they're. Therein lies the distinction of his amazing diary: it bargains a glimpse into the brain of a scientist who turns out to problem each preconception and validated piety. To his educational education as a mathematician and scientist, which under pressure rational techniques to difficulties, Vallee has introduced an curiosity within the mystical, the psychical, and the magical. He has been a Rosicrucian and has studied the works of old scientists like Paracelsus. His diary is replete with profoundly insightful, frequently devastating observations concerning the strengths and weaknesses of France and the united states, their lecturers and their researchers in undefined.