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posted on Apr, 24 2006 @ 04:14 PM
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you can find many research papers large PDF database on most things talked on abovetopsecret.




posted on Apr, 24 2006 @ 11:18 PM
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aspx, that is a truely awesome reference but I suspect it would better
serve those who regularly visit the Science and Technology forum.

This forum just may be somewhat alergic to your reference, as evidenced
by the lack of replies.



posted on Apr, 24 2006 @ 11:35 PM
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Originally posted by nightwing

This forum just may be somewhat alergic to your reference, as evidenced
by the lack of replies.


I mean no offense to the original poster , aspx or to you nightwing , because there are some resources here , but...

Seriously , I don't know how I ever managed without reading articles like this...


www.pentagon.mil...

Civilians, Not Military Investigate UFOs

By Linda D. Kozaryn
American Forces Press Service

WASHINGTON -- Mass suicide in San Diego has rekindled
interest in UFOs, but people should not look to the Pentagon
for answers. The military no longer serves as the nation's
UFO-busters.
Thirty-nine Heaven's Gate cult members reportedly
believed they were leaving their earthly bodies to reawaken
aboard a UFO traveling in the Hale-Bopp comet's wake. In the
past, investigating UFOs was up to the U.S. Air Force.
From 1947 to 1969, Project Blue Book at Wright-
Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, investigated 12,618
sightings. All but 701 were explained. The reminder were
categorized as "unidentified" because they involved sketchy
reports that could not be nailed down, said Pentagon
spokesman Ken Bacon.

( Snip )

A 1950s report from Roswell, N.M., for example, claimed military officials had recovered alien corpses from a UFO crash site.




I guess somehow I'll manage however,... Considering I'm a civilian looking at the UFO phenomena.



[edit on 25-4-2006 by lost_shaman]



posted on Apr, 25 2006 @ 12:09 AM
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"I don't know how I ever managed without reading articles like this.." == lost_shaman

Good or bad a serious researcher reads everything he can find, however it
may apply. My own remarks were intended to convey the more fictional
aspects in this forum area.

For example, you will find many references in this forum area to imply, and
actually state that UFO's move at hyper velocities, sometimes giving the
velocity very accurately. But heaven forbid they use aspx's reference to discover
for themselves that such measurements are extreme state of the art. Seems
the research folks just dont get it about how easily and accurately the
UFO witness can measure this for them. What a waste of money to use calculations
from high speed x-ray systems.

Hypersonic Velocity Measurement - x-ray systems
www.arnold.af.mil...

Again, aspx, you give a great reference for those who get around to using it.



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