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One might imagine that the presence of unidenifiable, or incomprehensible technology would constitute potential evidence. However, it would not rule out the fact that it could have been created by someone on Earth. The purpose of this paper is not to prove the Extraterrestrial Hypothesis, but instead to focus on the flight kinematics of these UAVs with the aim of building up a body of scientific evidence that will allow for a more precise understanding of their nature and origin."
originally posted by: Moohide
If they are going to tell us and show us an incedent, why release a 240p version and hold back the 4k version. If it was because of security or wanting to withhold advanced tech capabilities why tell us at all, i just don't get it myself. Just release a proper video in the version it captured the object, then we can then discuss what we really see and compare it to what they tell us.
Just something some crew member burned off in a hurry and stuck in his shoe
posted it on ATS where is sat ignored for more than a decade
originally posted by: moebius
a reply to: celltypespecific
Never heard of MDPI. Lets do a quick web search.
Hmm... Reviewer sends warning
Also Kevin H. Knuth seems to be the chief editor of MDPI Entropy.
I kinda doubt that there has been any actual peer review.
I was just looking at a few reviews of MDPI too.
.....Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute (MDPI), churns out nearly 160 scholarly journals a year, many of them of mediocre quality, according to Jeffrey Beall, an associate professor and librarian at the University of Colorado Denver, and one of the world’s leading experts on what he calls “predatory” open access publishing.
Each week, MDPI and other questionable publishers hound Dr. Lee by email, asking her to review submissions that she considers shoddy. Mr. Beall has called this particular environmental publication a “pretend journal.” So when Dr. Lee next saw the biology student, she alerted her to the potential problems and redirected her to more credible scholarly publications, such as FACETS, a Canadian open access journal.
originally posted by: Blue Shift
Well, it was never an "official" release, anyway. Just something some crew member burned off in a hurry and stuck in his shoe, then posted it on ATS where is sat ignored for more than a decade.
Somehow the tape made its way to YouTube. A few years after the incident, when first telling me the story, Dave pointed me to the link. It was unremarkable without the background information. But folded into context it was amazing, especially the slow-mo of the dot accelerating out of screen. For years I told the story to friends and showed them the video as punctuation.
However last month when I called Dave to refresh my memory before sitting down to write this bizarre encounter, he informed me that the video had been removed from YouTube. He told me that a government agency with a three letter identifier had recently conducted an investigation into the AAVs and had exhaustively interviewed all parties involved.