Free science Kindle books for 18 Jun 18

Book of Alien Race: Secret Russian KGB Book of Alien Species (Blue Planet Project 19)

by Gil Carlson

The secrets of the Russians contact with aliens that was guarded by the KGB! Possibly one of the most revealing and controversial documents originating from Russia has now been made available to you in print! Has this book put us a giant leap ahead in the search for answers about the extraterrestrials? That’s a question you will have to answer for yourself, but I guarantee you will not be the same after reading this information and examining the many facts, photos, illustrations and drawings. Ever since “The Book of Alien Races” was translated from Russian into English by Dante Santori, a former special forces sergeant from Europe, this secret book has created a major stir among researchers. The USSR, throughout history, has been a treasure trove of information on ETs and their craft. We’ve long had hints on their abilities to obtain UFOs and make contact with aliens. But this information was well-hidden behind the Iron Curtain. Now, with the release of this book, all that has changed! The original 1946 book was written to inform KGB agents of the various alien races who had visited our planet and also was used as a notebook by secret agents as they constantly made additions and revisions to the original startling information over the years. The fortunate reader of this book will be imbued with knowledge of alien species, descriptions, their ships and place of origin, as well as information on how alien races have contributed to human evolution here on Earth. You will also discover the negative aspects and possible intentions of some alien races. And there’s more, such as information on UFO crashes, Russian contact with aliens, Russian attempts to build their own alien craft, and an amazing section containing communications from aliens! These contain information on the history of humans on Earth, contacts and intervention by different alien species, advice and some predictions from aliens!



Volume II Len Losik’s Papers Published by AIAA Space Conference on PHM and CBM Technologies (Making Getting to Space and Playing in Space Safe Book 4)

by Len Losik Ph.D

The titles of the 5 papers included in this Volume 2 of 3 volumes are: “Benefits to Space Logistics and Supportability Using Intelligent, Decision-Making Self-Prognostic Equipment”; “Results from the Prognostic Analysis Completed on the NASA Extreme Ultra Violet Explorer Satellite”; “Stopping Launch Vehicle Failures Using Telemetry to Measure Equipment Usable Life”; “Using Analog Telemetry to Measure Spacecraft Equipment Usable Life Upgrading Factory ATP”; “Moving to the 100% Reliability Domain Using Prognostic Analysis”. These 5 papers published in this volume by the AIAA Space Conference explains why NASA, commercial and the U.S. military spacecraft and any large complex defense weapons fail prematurely at rates from 10% to 60% and why the U.S. military and the U.S. government refuses to require its space systems and weapons systems suppliers to produce and deliver systems that won’t fail prematurely and PHM technology developed by the author to win funding for the GPS program that identifies the equipment with premature aging that will cause a premature failure for replacement at the factory before shipment to the customer.



Volume I Len Losik’s Papers Published by IEEE/AIAA Aerospace Conference on PHM and CBM Technologies: Using PHM Technology to Find the Spacecraft Equipment … to Space and Playing in Space Safe Book 1)

by Len Losik Ph.D

The titles of the 4 papers published by the AIAA/IEEE Aerospace Conference in this Volume I of two Volumes are: “Benefits to Space Logistics and Supportability Using Intelligent, Decision-Making Self-Prognostic Equipment”; “Results from the Prognostic Analysis Completed on the NASA Extreme Ultra Violet Explorer Satellite”, “Stopping Launch Vehicle Failures Using Telemetry to Measure Equipment Usable Life”; “Using Analog Telemetry to Measure Spacecraft Equipment Usable Life Upgrading Factory ATP.”. This book series of his published papers at the many conferences he has published technical papers on PHM and CBM technologies provides the history of how and why prognostics and health management (PHM) technology (originally called the Failure Prediction Process by the author) was developed by the author over 37 years ago as Boeings GPS Space and Ground Segment Manager to win funding for the U.S. Air Force’s Global Positioning System (GPS) by the Department of Defense while competing against 2 existing fully funded U.S. Navy satellite-based navigation systems. The author’s PHM technology was developed 20 years later by the commercial (Boeing 787) and military (F-35, F-22, F-18, F-16) aircraft industry to increase pilot safety and lower fighter life cycle costs by 50% . The papers describes the author’s 26 year research program at Lockheed Martin’s Advanced Development Center, NASA/Orbital/U.C. Berkeley’s Space Science Laboratory’s EUVE space science program at the Center for EUVE Astrophysics and Space Systems LORAL commercial satellite manufacturer to identify the origin of the behavior of the data the author used to identify premature aging and determine remaining usable life. The author’s book series explains how predictive analytics is used to identify premature aging in spacecraft equipment (or any hardware and software products) during equipment and vehicle manufacturing, Integration and test, post ATP, on the launch pad, post launch, early orbit and on-orbit operations for manned and unmanned spacecraft. The book series includes the circuit design for analog telemetry that is standard on most aerospace systems and the analysis of spacecraft equipment telemetry from spacecraft in storage and on-orbit. The author has included the information from his many papers published by the IEEE, AIAA and International Telemetry Foundation’s telemetry conferences. The papers explain why commercial, NASA and the U.S. military spacecraft and large complex defense weapons of all kinds fail prematurely from systemic faults from using probability analysis to define equipment safety and usable life that fail prematurely at rates from 10% to 60% and why the U.S. military and the U.S. government refuse to require its space systems and weapons systems suppliers to produce and systems that won’t fail prematurely.



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