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Mystery of the “damn things”
The Navy declined to discuss the direction of its investigation, but the word “phenomena” to us suggests that the Navy wants to leave open the possibility that whatever the pilots are seeing might not be objects at all. The term also handily sidesteps the culturally freighted term “UFO.”
Spearheading the Navy’s investigation is the Office of the Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Information Warfare, where the job is to make sure the Navy outperforms its adversaries on the intelligence, cyberspace and electronic warfare fronts.
Can everyone be trained to receive and/or transmit information? I would think the Pentagon would hope so. Some people just have the ability to do it better like chess masters, math whizzes or extraordinary athletes.
Add in technology that can enhance those abilities and we are looking at Humans 2.0. Both fascinating and disturbing in its implications.
A very interesting post Will, I believe Ufology is cyclical....it comes and goes in waves, when one section of people that are interested in this topic leave the subject, the old material is still there to be consumed by a new generation or by a new audience that hasn't seen it before and as we have seen, there is always someone to peddle those same old stories to a new audience.
Vallee wanted to know who was in the projection room, didn't he...What if people like Vallee and others ARE the "control system / projectionists?"
originally posted by: IMSAM
At some point we have to get the best cases and start looking for patterns.