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UFO Engines and Advanced Technology
Sunday, February 11 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm Room: Los Angeles B
The Space Shuttle Program
You Did Not Get to See
Monday, February 12 2:00 pm - 4:30 pm Room: Century D
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and Advanced Technology
What would the engine of
an alien spaceship look like?
What kind of technology would it contain?
Find out from space technology expert Davis Adair, who has actually seen and examined the engine of an alien space vehicle! David was taken to Groom Lake, long before we knew it as Area 51, where he was shown the engine of an extra-terrestrial spaceship.
David began building advanced rockets while still at school He developed and held the secret to the fastest rocket on earth. With the friendship and protection of General Curtis Le May he progressed with his rocket technology. David will inform us about technology lost and the truth about his rocket and the alien engine.
The Space Shuttle Program You Did Not Get to See
Space technology expert and rocket designer David Adair will show you visuals and graphics of what the Aerospace Community had intended to build in space with the Shuttle program. These projects have never been seen before or announced to the public.
Learn about: Space Stations, Space Manufacturing, Space Based Medicines and Micro-Gravity Processing that the Aerospace Corporations wanted to build but were told NO by NASA because it was ‘too much industrialization of space’.
Prepare to be amazed at the possibilities that exist! Meet and hear from one of the most exceptional rocket scientists of our time.
David Adair is an internationally recognized expert in the field of space technology spinoff applications for industry and commercial use. He researches jet engine technology, rocket science and nuclear physics and builtt his first rocket ar age 11. It was a cryogenic liquid fuel engine that was six feet tall, 200 pounds and could reach an altitude of 52,000 feet at 1,600 mph. David was awarded “The Most Outstanding in the field of Engineering Sciences” from the United States Air Force. Currently David has his own research company called Intersect Inc where he continues to work and speak on Space Technology.