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Project Blue Book UNKNOWN CASES

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posted on Jun, 3 2008 @ 01:13 AM
Why do these cases remain unknown? I think over 700 cases remain "open" in Project Blue Book alone.

That doesn't make sense to me.

The only reason why these cases remain unknown is because they couldn't find an answer that fits their pre-existing belief system.

So you couldn't come to a reasonable conclusion because extra-terrestrials are not included as a reasonable explanation. So of course you are never going to get to the truth.

You start with a priori that says, it can be:

a. flare
b. weather balloon
c. unknown

and it can't be

d. an extra-terrestrial

A freethinker starts of saying it can be all of the above.

This is truly illogical.

All the direct, circumstantial, trace evidence, alien abductions have to remain open and unknown in order to satisfy a pre-existing belief system that these things can't or don't exist.

Those within ufology have to stop letting the skeptics set the parameters for the debate. This is too important.

If you use there logic, you will never know the truth of these things because absolute proof is required before you can come to a reasonable conclusion.

These things exist beyond any reasonable doubt and you can come to this conclusion without absolute proof.

We do it all the time in areas like Theoretical Physics and in courtrooms everyday.

This is just Project Blue Book. A small number of cases that remain open and unknown because those within ufology allow the skeptics to set this silly parameters.

It's too important and the truth is right in our face.

Witness: ex-AAF B-17 gunner (19 missions) N.E. Schroeder. One thin, bright ellipse, like polished metal, hovered for 5-8 seconds, dropped down 3,000' in 3 seconds, hovered again and faded out after a total of 20 seconds in view.

Witness: mechanical engineer L.H. Hormer. One intensely white elliptical light changed to yellow, then orange, then pink, four or five times while flying straight and level for 5 minutes.

Witness: P.L. Percharde, electrical engineer and assistant manager of Moeller Shipwrecker Co., of Okinawa. A line of blue lights, underneath. a blue circle with a black center. Flew over ship and climbed, illuminating and agitating the clouds.

Witnesses: USAF Maj. W.J. Davis, Capt. R.D. Sauers, flying a C-47 transport plane. One dark blue oblong object paced the C-47, veered away, then crossed in front of it. Five minute sighting.

Witnesses: 1st Officer H.G. Gardner, engineer J.V.D. Whitisy, flying Royal Dutch Airlines DC-4 (PH-DBZ). Three or four dark, lens-shaped objects veered north and changed position in formation during the 10 minute sighting.

Witness: Lelah Stoker. One white round-topped disc, with a humanoid suspended beneath it, skimmed over the water, landed, and an occupant in a green suit walked around. It then took off very, very fast. Sighting lasted 30 minutes.

11 unnamed civilian man. Watched for 1 hour while an undescribed object flew counterclockwise circles.

Witnesses: A. C. Urie and his two sons. A sky blue flying saucer slides fast at the bottom of the canyon where the witnesses were fishing. It follows the contours of the ground and its description is that of a structured machine which cannot be of terrestrial origin.

Witnesses: Assistant Base Operations Officer Capt. William Rhyerd, ex-AAF B-29 pilot Ward Stewart. Watched for unknown length of time while two round, shiny, white objects with estimated 15-25 foot diameters, flew 3-4 times the apparent speed of a P-80, also in sight. One object flew straight and level, the other weaved from side-to-side like an escort fighter.

posted on Jun, 3 2008 @ 01:19 AM
Well unfortunately Project Bluebook from my understanding was to determine if in fact there was a threat to the US not to prove or disprove if they existed.
Which really does not make much sense to me but oh well.

I wonder if we have the names and dates available to us how come no one has taken upon themselves to follow up on all those unsolved ones?

I'm sure not all then witnesses are dead and then again you never know

posted on Jun, 3 2008 @ 01:27 AM
More Evidence:

I will add more later. I can go on and on.

posted on Jun, 3 2008 @ 01:32 AM
Just a few more:

Witness: USAF pilot Capt. Paul Storey, on ground. one flat white, elliptical object with a matte top circled while oscillating to the right and left, and then sped away.

Witnesses: Capt. Sames, acting chief of the Aircraft Branch, Eglin AFB, and Mrs. Sames. They watched for 25 minutes while a cigar-shaped object as long as two Pullman cars and having seven lighted square windows and throwing sparks, descended and then climbed with a bouncing motion at an estimated 400 m.p.h.

Witnesses: guards of the 2nd Armored Division. While awaiting the start of a flare firing, they watched, for an hour, while eight large, green, red and white flare-like objects flew in generally straight lines.

Witnesses: Army officers Maj. Day, Maj. Olhausen, Capt. Vaughn. Two oblong white discs, flying at an estimated 200-250 m.p.h., made a shallow turn during the 30-50 second observation.

Witness: C. G. Green. Two shiny, disc-like objects rotated around each other and banked. Then one shot upwards with a grey trail and rejoined the other. The sighting lasted 5 minutes.

posted on Jun, 3 2008 @ 11:39 AM
A few more cases.

Witnesses: men from the 82nd Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, including the squadron commander, all were on the ground. One green, disc- shaped or round object flew southwest for 15 minutes, with a vertically bobbing motion and sideways movements, below clouds.

Witnesses: retired Col. Robert McNab, and Mr. Hunter of the Federal Security Agency. One flat object, like a pinhead, made three 360* right turns in 9 seconds, made abrupt 90* turns to the right and left, stopped, accelerated to original speed and finally flew out of sight vertically after 60-75 seconds.

Witness: USAF T/Sgt. George Beyer. Five 25' green spheres flew in V-formation, then changed to trail formation at which time the end objects turned red. Sighting lasted 12 minutes.

Witness: U.S. Weather Bureau observer Stanley Brown, using a theodolite. One white, oblong object was tracked flying straight up, leveling off and being joined by a second, similar, object. The second twice flew away and returned to the first. After 5 minutes, both were lost to sight behind clouds.

Witnesses: two officers and three airmen of USAF AC&W squadron, visually and by radar. Visual object appeared to larger and brighter than a star and changed color, it was seen to move slowly for 5 minutes until 10:09 p.m. Radar picked up a target at 10:08 p.m moving in a similar direction for 17 minutes, at similar speed.

Witnesses: USAF B-25 bomber pilots. #1 was a bright yellow light seen for 8 minutes. #2 was a bright light which flew on a collision course, dimmed and climbed away fast.

Witnesses: radar and visual observation by 10 crew members of U.S. Navy P2V-5 patrol plane. Groups of 5-10 colored lights, totalling 90-100, slowly moved aft off the left side of the airplane, as detected visually and by airborne radar for 5 minutes.

Witnesses: USAF Capt. and Mrs. D.E. Cox. Several lights, some of which moved straight, others which made 360degrees turns for 1.5 hours.

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