Nicholas Julian Cook is a British aviation journalist and author of fiction and non-fiction works and has won four Aerospace Journalist of the Year Awards from the Royal Aeronautical Society.
For ten years Cook was Aviation Editor of Jane's Defence Weekly, the international defence journal. He is currently the magazine's Aerospace Consultant.
Cook is also a published author. His book The Hunt For Zero Point, published by Century Random House in the UK in 2001 and Broadway Books in the US in 2002, details his ten-year investigation into efforts to crack the Holy Grail of aerospace propulsion: anti-gravity technology. It focuses on Igor Witkowski's claims that the Nazi's developed a UFO-like device which allegedly became the basis for US research.
Cook has also written two novels, Angel Archangel and Aggressor, as well as ghostwriting a number of books on military subjects.
The 1999 Discovery Channel documentary Billion Dollar Secret followed Cook's investigation into secret US military spending and experimental aircraft that may have been mistaken for UFOs. He also wrote and presented the 2005 documentary UFO's: The Secret Evidence, known as An Alien History of Planet Earth in the US.
He is a frequent guest on Coast To Coast AM, a radio show that deals with the paranormal and conspiracy theories. 
Cook is founder and CEO of Dynamixx, a consultancy bringing together the defense industry and the search for solutions to climate change.
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Through this transcript, Witkowski claimed to have learned about Die Glocke. This account became popular in the West when aviation writer Nick Cook included it in his popular 2002 book The Hunt for Zero Point, a tale of the cranks and colorful characters who have tried to invent anti-gravity machines. Since that time, you've been able to find all you want on the Internet about Nazi flying saucers.
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Until now, though, there has been little evidence of a "holistic approach" to the energy sector, said Nick Cook, founder of Dynamixx, a consultancy focused on opportunities in the energy and environmental market for the aerospace and defence industry.
The Edinburgh Reporter
The Edinburgh Reporter
Fri, 29 May 2015 02:45:00 -0700
Following a 'reshuffle' within the Edinburgh Council Conservative Group, Councillor Nick Cook has been appointed as new Conservative Group Spokesman for Transport and Environment. His appointment as Spokesman follows his move to the Transport ...
ABC FOX Montana News
ABC FOX Montana News
Tue, 26 May 2015 09:07:30 -0700
Montana has the second highest number of veterans per capita and this Memorial Day communities across the state are celebrating the lives of those we've lost. Army Private First Class Nick Cook was killed in Afghanistan in 2010 and for more than four ...
Wed, 27 May 2015 02:35:12 -0700
Jonny Briggs, Jack White, Hedley Verity, Derek Underwood, Phil Edmonds, Nick Cook, Phil Tufnell, Richard Illingworth, Ashley Giles, Simon Kerrigan... Meanwhile, English slow left-armers who bat left-handed? Bobby Peel and Monty Panesar. That's all I ...
Tue, 26 May 2015 01:09:04 -0700
... medically inadvisable quantity of it on television), I saw Derek Pringle and Nick Cook grind it out for a couple of hours each as England tried to avert a humiliating 5-0 demolition against the 1989 Australians, and secure instead a humiliating 4-0 ...
Tue, 26 May 2015 12:50:53 -0700
At last, after two dozen appeals and one or two stares of outraged disappointment at umpires Nick Cook and Rob Bailey, the home side had the breakthrough. The crowd, many of whom had sat in insulated contentment throughout the day, could go home ...
Thu, 14 May 2015 06:22:51 -0700
Top celebrity chefs Paul Rankin and Nick Nairn are taking a culinary road trip along the east coast of America in their new show Paul and Nick's Big American Food Trip. In episode one, on STV this Monday (May 18) at 8pm, Paul and Nick cook for friends ...
Bristol Herald Courier (satire) (press release) (blog)
Sat, 23 May 2015 20:40:37 -0700
Palmer Taylor and Zane Seymore each supplied two RBIs, while Colby Rhea (two RBIs) and Nick Cook (two runs) also paced PH. Booger Owens went 3-for-4 with four RBIs to lead George Wythe. The Maroons had beaten Patrick Henry twice in the regular ...
Sun, 24 May 2015 09:52:30 -0700
From April 27 through May 1, Highview Middle School students in New Brighton brought in coins and dollars for the Pennies for Pies fundraiser. More than 20 teachers volunteered to participate. Boxes with the teachers' pictures were placed in the ...
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