Professor emeritus to talk about ETs

The Cutting Edge Forum will present a lecture by Dr. Theodore Loder III on “ET Contact: The Implications for Post Contact Advancements in Science and Technology” on Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Jaffrey Civic Center, 40 Main St.

Loder is professor emeritus in the Department of Earth Sciences at the University of New Hampshire, where he taught classes in the field of chemical oceanography.

In 1997, Loder was appointed to represent then Governor Jeanne Shaheen at the three-hour Center for the Study of Extraterrestrial Intelligence/Disclosure Project briefing on UFOs in Washington.

He serves as science advisor to Dr. Steven Greer’s Orion Project, a project geared toward the development of free energy.

“The implications for scientific and technological advancements after open contact with advanced ET civilizations are based on an analysis of a combination of the technologies needed to visit Earth, the willingness of ETs to share knowledge, and multiple reports by contactees on what they observed and what they were told,” states Loder.

Donations are welcome. For more information about the forum, call 585-3348.

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