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Military Secrets Of Oceans Atmosphere & UFOs

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Date: Sat, 20 Jan 2007 08:10:01 -0500
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Subject: Military Secrets Of Oceans Atmosphere & UFOs

http://graphic.pepperdine.edu/special/2007-01-18-beard.htm

01-18-2007


Dean David Baird=92s Distinguished Lecture Series Update
Peter Hamilton
Staff Writer

So far this year Dean David Baird=92s Distinguished Lecture Series
has been popular with students and faculty. With speakers like
U.S. Senator John Kerry and Dr. Leonard Shlain, chairman of
laparoscopic surgery at the California Pacific Medical Center in
San Francisco, this year's lectures have been interesting, and
more importantly, crowd-pleasing.

On January 23, scientist Dr. Richard A. Muller, faculty senior
of the Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory and professor at the
University of California at Berkeley, will be in Smothers
Theatre to give a lecture entitled "Military Secrets of the
Oceans, Atmosphere, and UFOs."

According to Baird, President Andrew Benton heard Muller speak a
couple years ago and asked him to come and speak for Pepperdine.
Muller chose the topic on UFO=92s, stating that it would be
attractive to college students.  

"I definitely think I=92m attending Dr. Muller=92s talk," said
freshman Jake Wootton. "I haven=92t been to any yet, but I=92m a
little interested in the UFO part of the title."

Freshman Bill Morton also plans to attend the lecture.

"I=92ve been to a couple of the previous lectures," Morton said.
"But this one definitely sounds the most interesting."

Muller studied under Luis Alvarez before he won the Nobel Prize
in physics in 1968, and has continued his studies in the
sciences. His work includes particle physics to astrophysics,
cosmology, applied physics, geo-science, climate change and the
effects of astrophysics and geophysics.

Muller said some of his proudest achievements consist of his
studies with Nobel Prize winner George Smoot and their detection
of the cosmic microwave anisotropy, the creation of a program to
use supernovas for cosmology, which is a project that ultimately
discovered the acceleration of the universe and its "dark
energy", and his invention of the most sensitive method now used
to measure radioactivity, called "Accelerator Mass Spectrometry"
or AMS.

Muller is most famous for his Nemesis theory, stating that a dim
star orbiting the sun is responsible for the comet that killed
the dinosaurs.

He is also associated with the Institute of Nuclear Particle
Astrophysics, an organization that promotes the
interdisciplinary work of nuclear and astrophysics studies. He
has received a slew of awards including MacArthur Foundation
Prize Fellowship Award (the so-called "genius" award), and the
Distinguished Teaching Award at UC Berkeley.

In his lecture at Pepperdine, Muller said he will be focusing on
the physics of the atmosphere and the oceans, how that led to
the "flying disks" in Roswell, N.M., and how this still affects
our national security. Muller hopes this topic grabs the
attention of college students here at Pepperdine. Muller=92s
description of his lecture topic was meant to be ambiguous to do
just that =97 draw the curious listener in.

"I want to leave the title a bit opened ended," said Muller. "If
anyone wants to know more of what happened at Roswell, come to
my lecture"

For 34 years Muller has been a top-level consultant to the US
government on matters regarding our national security.

He said he personally knew the man who made the "flying disks"
fly in the Roswell incident, where the U.S. military was
experimenting with weather balloons in order to detect enemy
nuclear arms. Many UFO researchers have accused the government,
including the CIA and the military of with holding information
about a crashed UFO. The whole incident at Roswell has sparked
interest in many researchers and conspiracy theorists.

More information about Muller and his accomplishments can be
found at www.muller.lbl.gov; and more information about Baird=92s
Distinguished Lecture Series is available at:

www.pepperdine.edu/dean/lectureseries/





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