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UFOs ~ 70 Years of Lies, Misinformation & Government Coverup w/ Dr. Irena Scott

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Hear the TRUTH on how we have been deceived for years about UFOs from expert Dr. Irena Scott.

Dr. Irena Scott received her Ph.D. from the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine in physiology, did post-doctoral research at Cornell University, and has had a professorship at St. Bonaventure University. Her MS was from the University of Nevada, her BS from Ohio State University in astronomy and biology, and she has done research and teaching at The Ohio State University College of Medicine, and the University of Nevada. The Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) employed her in Ph.D. level (GS-11) research in satellite photography including in its Air Order of Battle section, which involved aircraft identification with above top-secret, Sensitive Compartmented Information, clearances. 
She was a volunteer astronomer at the Ohio State University Radio Observatory “Big Ear” (noted for the WOW SETI signal that might be humanity’s only signal from ET), is an amateur astronomer, and has taken flying lessons 
She served on the MUFON Board of Directors (1993 to 2000) and is a MUFON consultant in physiology and astronomy and a field investigator. Her most recent books on UFOs are: UFOs TODAY 70 Years of Lies, Disinformation, and Government Cover-UpInside the Lightning Ball: Scientific Study of Lifelong UFO Experiencers, and Sacred Corridors Secrets Behind the Real Project Blue Book.
She has taken a scientific approach to UFO phenomena and published papers about UFO data in peer-reviewed scientific journals, including the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) publications.

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