Frank Kimbler's 2015 International UFO Congress presentation
Xenoarchaelogy: The Science of Hunting Alien Artifacts
Xenoarchaeology is defined as “a hypothetical form of archaeology that exists mainly in the works of science fiction. The field is concerned with the study of material remains of extraterrestrials. Xenoarchaeology is not currently practiced by mainstream archaeologists supposedly due to the lack of any material for the discipline to study.” There are lots of unidentified, possible, alien artifacts to study but the scientific community and universities scoff at the notion of doing research on almost anything related to the idea of UFOs and extraterrestrials. Most of the research today is done by individuals with varied backgrounds, education and scientific knowledge. Many of these people lack the skills and resources required to prove what they may have found. Some are promoters, some are fanatics, for lack of a better word, and some have a true desire to prove the existence of extraterrestrials and their visits to earth. This presentation will focus on current and past research related to the discovery of possible extraterrestrial artifacts, the facts, the fakes, and the dreams.
DVD - 75 minutes