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I'm half-curious about further up the chain of custody. Are people associated with TTSA requesting footage like this or is someone higher up the chain supplying it?
originally posted by: Kandinsky
a reply to: beetee
Historically, there have always been big names in aerospace and rocketry associated with UFOs. They've taken certain reports at face value and brought the descriptions to the drawing boards. Despite Blue Book explaining away reports, many were by aerospace employees, staff and engineers etc. When a respected colleague (or colleagues) insists they saw something structured, it's reasonable to take their word over the 'weather balloon' tag in Blue Book.
I've a notion that some scientists and engineers are still fascinated by the possibilities suggested by some UFO reports.
Civilian airline pilots could try to film UFOs but I'm not sure how much use fixed cockpit camera footage would be in capturing a moving object as they are pretty much bound to their flight plan.
originally posted by: moebius
originally posted by: The GUT
WaPo already on it?
Wow, these TTS guys get coverage with no problem.
Somebody Wants Us To Believe...something.
Well, the TTS guys certainly want you to believe their crap.
The article is an opinion piece written by an outside contributor, who is "a private equity investor and an adviser to the To the Stars Academy for Arts and Science".
"Is it possible that America has been technologically leap-frogged by Russia or China? Or, as many people wondered after the videos were first published by the New York Times in December, might they be evidence of some alien civilization?
Unfortunately, we have no idea, because we aren’t even seeking answers."