posted on Jan, 3 2007 @ 02:12 PM
Ok. Was looking for a little support first but hey. Someone will probably gank it but I don't care they can do the work.
If you get a large enough group of people, you set out a schedule.
Times are allocated throughout the week for people so watch the sky in an alternating N or S direction.
Preferably, we have many people in relatively close locations throughout the world. Considering ATS is very multicultural we have a chance, if enough
people are willing to participate.
Watching times would be random at first within reason.
1 repitition would last approximately 2 weeks, though subject to change depending on results. I would type up excel sheets with the relative fields
(or possibly a free database program for those that cannot afford excel) for people to fill in with different spottings depending on the time.
I'm not going to get into the nitty gritty just yet unless people are interested but I have explained this on the blackvault some time ago now. They
weren't all that interested because they couldn't be bothered. It involves watching the sky, in a certain specific direction, for at least an hour,
5 times a week, 10 times per cycle. This is at the very minimum as I realise that people have commitments. While it sounds like a lot, its the
absolute minimum we need without infared cameras mounted on our houses.
The idea is that in the long run, we will be able to cancell out sattellites, planets, etc. Obscure objects can be identified and tracked and then
'possibly' tracked back to FOI reports etc. If not, then hopefully we will have enough members to paint a clear enough picture. The problem with
most UFO groups and the reason they aren't recognised by science is because they are not scientific in their methods.
This method will include specific times, directions and days for participants. It will include set categories of sightings, cameras at hand if
possible, and ideally people reasonably close to each other to track.
Raw data would then be collated in excell and statistical mathematics applied.
The complete nuts and bolts of the workings are coming I have to retune them as its been a very long time since I posted them but I have some good
Everything will conform to scientific standards. I have studied core science units and have a BSc, I know what theyre looking for. I'm not claiming
to be able to give you the answers definetely, though results could definetely raise eyebrows.
We will need as many replications of the 2 week period as possible. Hopefully dedicated people will be found.
This has been posted on the black vault in detail before, I would rather not give away who I am because of certain posts. If you are that keen on
finding out if I am the original poster I will post replies on the black vault.
Understand that it took me more than a few years to even join this site, I am pretty hesitant with these subjects.
The thing is that we need a LOT of people. At least 50 who are dedicated. I'm not gonna sit around relying on the 'disclosure project'. It can
easily be dismissed. An organised, simultaneous effort will be much more productive and recognisable. Mind you the disclosure project is great, but I
honestly think this is the way to go. Imagine there were 5000 people involved? Imagine the data we could come up with! Raw data and statistics matter
to scientists, not testimony. While you could argue that this would be similar, there is a previous agreement to link results, unlike the disclosure
project or MUFON, AUFORN, etc which do not have a reasonably linked dataset.
The problem is that sightings posted to such agencies are biased, because the people involved are outside much of the time. If you set times to look,
then you can accurately correlate.
[edit on 3-1-2007 by seenitall]