On this website I present a brief overview of some of my research interests.
I would like to emphasize that I am not a scientist. The pursuits presented are personal activities carried out in my spare time. The activities are not associated with my current employment at the Niels Bohr Institute at the University of Copenhagen. The views presented on these pages, in publications, and in media appearances are my personal opinions.
Call for Danish scientists and students to enter the fields of UFO/UAP and NDE studies. I would love to talk to you, if you are interested in contributing to these pioneering research efforts.
6. June 2023: Was on 24syv to talk about UFO crash/retrieval whistleblower David Grusch. Listen here (in Danish).
Thanks to NASA’s recent independent scientific study group, a UAP/UFO science is now in the making.
FINALLY! (Also thanks to The Galileo Project, UAPX, and SCU)
Furthermore, the UFO/UAP stigma among academics has at last been greatly reduced, albeit it is still present.
I am very pleased to see that mainstream scientists are now embracing the topic and moving it forward with the scientific method. We need more quality data!
With that being said, academics must not ignore the comprehensive history of UFOs/UAPs. There is overwhelming evidence to suggest that extremely advanced and unknown aerial technology has been with us for many decades. If the new UFO/UAP science and the historic approach can be combined, we can potentially make groundbreaking discoveries, which can initiate massive social change. We are indeed living in VERY exciting times!
November 2022. DR Podcast: “Flyvende Tallerken” about UFOs and Nukes. Listen to the episode here.
Edge science – a game changer?
For more than 20 years, I have been interested in anomalies that challenge the western worldview and our current scientific paradigm. Interestingly, some of these aberrations are now being studied with widely accepted scientific methods by a minority of tenured and visionary scientists. Nevertheless, mainstream scientists often consider this research pseudoscientific, albeit a substantial body of evidence has been collected over the past decades with results published in peer-reviewed journals.
In other words, mainstream scientists will often ignore the data and this “fringe” research and may even ridicule and ostracize scientists who study the “weird” phenomena. Even though scores of prospective and methodologically strong studies exist, this – in my opinion – unscientific behaviour, still seems to be prevalent.
A common denominator for the research areas that I am interested in, is a significant potential for changing the hegemonic, materialistic, and anthropocentric western worldview, which has been cemented since the Enlightenment. Even though this pioneering research is grossly underfunded by governments, research foundations, and universities, it is conceivable that some of it will contribute to enormous social, economic, and scientific change in a not so distant future.
2001 – M.Sc., Human Geography, Department of Geosciences and Natural Resource Management, University of Copenhagen. www.ign.ku.dk
Unpublished thesis: Natursyn under forandring? (Changes in the Perceptions of Nature?) Research questions: How were perceptions of nature socially constructed in the past? How are perceptions of nature socially constructed in contemporary society? Analytical framework: Discourse analysis. Case study: The industrial symbiosis in Kalundborg, Denmark. Method: In-depth interviews with company representatives and other stakeholders.
2000 – Minor in Social Science, Department of Political Science, Københavns Universitet. www.polsci.ku.dk
Spouse: Ditte Maria le-Fevre
Mother: Elisabeth Uldall Pelch
Father: Svend Aage Christensen
Sister: Anna Rørbæk Uldall
Current employment: Senior consultant at the Niels Bohr Institute, Copenhagen
Near-Death Experiences (nærdødsoplevelser), End-of-Life Experiences, Shared-Death Experiences, UFOs (UAPs), Social change, Sociology of the paranormal, Sociology of ignorance (agnotology), Sociology of scientific knowledge, Discourse analysis, and Megalithic sites.