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John F. Wilkie, a former military aviation technician, was taking a break from work when he observed a brightly glowing globe in the sky. His boss, on the other hand, thought he was seeing things that weren't there. This 1990s encounter would not be the last time he observed something that those nearby either couldn't see, questioned, or believed to be a fake. During his spectacular, chaotic, and baffling experiences with UFOs, John developed a distinct method of observation and endeavored to share his findings with the media, but the consequences were completely unpredictable. The Solar Obliteration Experiment: Making of an Urban Legend transports readers back to a time in John's life when he was exploring UFOs, discussing them with strangers and media professionals both offline and online. He became renowned for his discoveries, which came with unexpected challenges.
By exposing his doubts, fears, attitudes, interests, and other feelings when in touch with UFOs, John demonstrates tremendous introspective skills and self-awareness. As a consequence, I felt as if I knew him and could put myself in his position. One thing I took away from the book and hope to remember for the rest of my life is to be true to myself no matter what the rest of the world thinks. Thirty years after formulating his ground-breaking approach to UFO observation, John F. Wilkie is still ahead of his time with a book about his amazing UFO experiences. The Solar Obliteration Experiment is a highly informative book, and I can envisage readers of this generation and those to come discovering unusual, world-changing phenomena through its application. I strongly recommend it to UFO enthusiasts and those who desire to dive into life's mysteries.