posted on Jul, 20 2008 @ 11:05 AM
Just a thought:
1. Assemble a panel of experts UFOlogists (skeptics/debunkers to be included)
2. Public will submit videos and supporting evidence of possible intelligently-controlled Unidentified Flying Objects. Only videos conforming to the
standards set by the panel will be eligible for consideration.
3. Panel will conduct an initial review/screening of all submissions and will advance those videos reflecting a sufficient level of evidence to
warrant further consideration. Any video which does not advance past the initial review/screening will be rejected for use.
4. Of the videos passing the initial review, the panel will select 3 finalists based on supporting evidence. Finalist will also have the opportunity
to present additional evidence and/or "make their case" in person to the panel.
5. There will be a first ($50,000 or more), second ($25,000 or more) and third prize ($5,000 or more) awarded for the videos selected as having the
most supporting evidence
I'm sure there are indemnity, copyright and "rights to release" issues that will need to be worked out, so please understand the above is just a
thought/draft. But, I believe the funds to support something similar to the above can be raised "grassroots". It can be accomplished in a
professional manner that could bring more light to the subject. Maybe the ATS experts (Internos, IsaacKoi, FrankWarren, etc.) can put together
a case or two and enter the contest. The contest could be held over the web, with viewer participation. Who knows.....I would love to see NASA videos
included, but not sure how this would be copyrights impacted. A few questions:
1. What are your thoughts?
2. How can the above be modified to bring this closer to reality?
3. Do you believe a grassroots effort can make it happen?
4. Do you think sponsorship is a possibility down the road?
[edit on 20-7-2008 by TheBottomLine]