How to Construct the Philadelphia Experiment
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How to Construct the Philadelphia Experiment Time Travel is Real by Steven Gibbs

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Published by International Guild of Advanced Sciences Rese .
Written in English


  • Metaphysics,
  • Philosophy

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Number of Pages110
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Open LibraryOL12202484M
ISBN 101571790136
ISBN 109781571790132

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How to Construct the Philadelphia Experiment: Practical Time Travel. by Steven Gibbs (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important? ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. Author: Steven Gibbs.   The Philadelphia Experiment tells the story of the governments attempt at optical and radar invisibility with a navy ship called the US Eldridge that resulted in a catastrophe but may have also uncovered a whole new area of physics - essentially warping m L. Moore and Charles Berlitz simply go in search of the story behind the 5/5(5). The book jumps all over the place with stories about things like some guy who was enslaved in a cave in some desert somewhere by devils. The book has some value mainly for the sparce input provided by Al Bielek. The experiences of Bielek related to the Philadelphia Experiment affected him deep within his /5(13).   The author of this book started off his investigation in order to disprove the fact that The Philadelphia Experiment ever happened, so he says. For those who don't know what the Philadelphia Experiment was it is a legend among UFO hunters and alien conspiracy fans /5.

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