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It is fairly clear from the content of his report that the
author of the Condign Report did not bother to obtain a copy of
the Condon Report. This is particularly significant given that
the Condon study actually considered the plasma-UFO theory and,
as discussed below, organized a conference of scientists to
discuss the merits of that theory.
Executive Summary of the Condign Report
Para 13: "The close proximity of plasma related fields can
adversely affect a vehicle or person. For this to occur the UAP
must be encountered at very close ranges. A probable modulated
magnetic, electric or electromagnetic (or even unknown field)
appears to emanate from some of the buoyant charged masses.
Local fields of this type . have been medically proven to cause
responses in the temporal lobes of the human brain. These result
in the observer sustaining (and later describing and retaining)
his or her own vivid, but mainly incorrect, description of what
is experienced. . This is suggested to be a key factor in
influencing the more extreme reports found in the media and are
clearly believed by the 'victims'".