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Reviewed by Suzanne Cowles for Readers' Favorite
Secret Science and the Secret Space Program by Herbert G. Dorsey III is a proactive book that reads like Orwellian fiction, but upon closer examination, it is clear that much scientific research is at the heart. Dorsey, a specialist in electrical engineering and physics, details his passion for free energy machines and time travel. Throughout ten chapters he describes in easy to digest terms accounts of: black projects, antigravity, electrodynamics, electromagnetism, teleportation, levitation, parametric amplifiers, radio frequencies, polarized vacuums, electrolyzers, the properties of time, the principals of resonance, antimatter reactors using element 115, and electrogravitics. The rest of the book borders conspiracy theories with accounts of: ETs of various types, Area 51, Roswell, the Mars station, secret treaties, pyramid architecture, the Military Industrial Complex Cabal (New World Order), Star Nations, Solar Warden Fleet, US Space Command, Masons, Illuminati, MJ-12, Vatican control of the CIA, underground bases, VRIL, hypnotic control, abductions, space travel to other worlds and hybrid babies.
If you can look past the implausible connections and enjoy the scientific probability of the information presented, then Dorsey’s central thesis that Aether, the physical quality of space, has the ability to be converted to energy and that technologies exist that could provide free energy to all of mankind is worthwhile. I especially enjoyed the discussions about Tesla and many other scientists of his time who experimented and created remarkable inventions. Secret Science and the Secret Space Program by Herbert G. Dorsey III is a highly entertaining, enlightening, fairly objective and well developed exploration into aeronautics.