- Review: Escape From Tomorrow is a surrealist treat that will give Disneys lawyers nightmares
"There will be changes made, and I’m guessing there’s a chance it’ll just vanish. But I think the film’s existence raises some fascinating questions about how you can use something shot in a public space, what control Disney truly has over images shot on their property, and the nature of what constitutes a legitimate use of a trademarked figure."
- Rocketdyne: Powering Humans Into Space – Robert S. Kraemer, Vince Wheelock – Google Books
Riedel I was Walter J.H. "Papa" – went to England. Riedel II was Klaus – killed in a car crash in 1944. Riedel III was Walther Johannes, who went to Fort Bliss, joined NAA, and chatted up the UFO scene. There was also a third Walter – Theil – killed in an air raid.
- Rockets Into Space – Frank H. Winter – Google Books
There was a "Riedel II" at Peenemunde, named Walter J. Riedel who also worked on the V2, but was unrelated to "Papa" Riedel, Walter J. H. Riedel. One of them may have also been "Walther"?
- Untitled (http://www.friends-partners.org/pipermail/fpspace/2009-March/026255.html)
Will someone please answer Igor??
- Walter_Riedel : definición de Walter_Riedel y sinónimos de Walter_Riedel (inglés)
Riedel moved to Trauen where he joined the British Saenger facility and worked on rocket engine tests completed on June 16, 1946. Walter Riedel became director of rocket engine research at North American Aviation Corporation (NAA). Riedel also organized civilian investigations of UFOs with the group Civilian Saucer Intelligence (CSI): "I am completely convinced that [flying saucers] have an out-of-world basis" (Riedel, 1952).
- Dr. Walter A. Riedel | ZoomInfo.com
Director of Rocket Engine Research, North American Aviation
- Opti and I (One Man’s Experiences With A Hyperdimensional Creature) | Disinformation
- James Moseley, 1931-2012 | TDG – Science, Magick, Myth and History
Jim Moseley entered the world of ufology at the very beginning, with his first two magazines devoted to the topic, Nexus and Saucer News, being published in the 1950s. He was an associate of many ‘legends’ in the Fortean field, from Gray Barker to James Randi – and like those two individuals was somewhat of a trickster figure, often straddling the line of truth that separates researcher from raconteur. He was most well-known in recent decades for his newsletter Saucer Smear, a much-loved (and also often hated) ‘gossip rag’ that explored the rumours and politics of everything related to the UFO field (from feuds between ufologists through to opinions on skeptics) with a large helping of humour and snark.
- James W. Moseley, Founder and Lead Editor of Saucer Smear, Has Gone Off-World | Disinformation
- SHG – LIFE Magazine, April 7, 1952: Have We Visitors From Space?
- Civilian Saucer Investigation (CSI) Bulletin 3, Summer 1953
one of four newsletters put out by the LA group
- UFO enthusiasts admit the truth may not be out there after all – Telegraph
- In CSS, "px" is not an angular measurement and it is not non-linear
- The Singular 'They' Must Be Stopped – Entertainment – The Atlantic Wire
What is best in evolving language? To crush prissy grammarians and hear the lamentations of their gendered pronouns.
- Five Injured In Accidental Gun Show Shootings On 'Gun Appreciation Day' | TPM LiveWire
If only someone with a gun could have shot these people before they accidentally shot themselves…
- ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPHS FROM PROJET MONTGOLFIER
- SHG: CSI – Civilian Saucer Investigation – By Jan L. Aldrich