Thursday, December 20, 2012

Interview for David Crawford for Delta G

Delta G

  • Paperback: 478 pages
  • Publisher: Gypsy Publications (October 10, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1938768035
  • ISBN-13: 978-1938768033

  • Summary:
    As an investigation by the Air Force to discover the cause of orbital shifts and targeting errors occurring with ICBM warheads, satellites, and space shuttles unfolds, the amazing secrets of the universe are discovered. The search for these answers takes Major Dave Sheridan on a twenty-five year quest from the top of the world, to remote deserts, tropical waters, and onto Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. What he finds involves gravitational and bizarre torsional waves that shape the very fabric of time and space. Follow Major Dave Sheridan and Delta G program as they discover and harness these forces.

    David Crawford spent nearly fifteen years as an engineering officer in the United States Air Force in the 1980s and 1990s. In that time he had a very exciting, challenging, and “unique” career. He was instrumental in developing and testing several advanced aerospace technologies. Assignments included everything from Ballistic Missile Engineering, Nuclear Shock and Blast testing, Subterranean Engineering, and advanced propulsion. He worked near and on super-secret military installations at the Nevada Test Site, and the Yuma Proving Grounds. He’s been literally to the top of the world where he was involved with research on gravitational anomalies and detecting gravity waves. He currently is an engineer at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio. David lives in Tipp City, OH with his wife, Irene.

    1 comment:

    1. This appears to be some kind of a 'geographical thriller'. I must say Renee, you choose a very interesting book to review. David Crawford seems to have drawn extensively from his experiences in American Air Force, especially from the research work he did on gravitation.

      Though this is a work of fiction but it also points towards a worrisome scenario that may emerge due to excess of ICBMs, satellites, rockets. I wonder if in time to come, these human creations would add to the havoc that has already been created with nature.

      I know I may be over reacting but if we look at the pathetic condition our ecosystem is in, due to our pollution emitting industries and factories, we should be a little alert about the potential harm these scientific creations being created for military purposes and to unravel the secrets of our universe, can cause.

      I would love to read this book to find out really if my fears are unfounded.

      Jeff Rivera

      Bestselling Author