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Originally posted by Talsam
Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP) in the UK Air Defence Region During a policy review in 1996 into the handling of Unidentified Aerial Phenomena sighting reports received by the Ministry of Defence, a study was undertaken to determine the potential value, if any, of such reports to Defence Intelligence. Consistent with Ministry of Defence policy, the available data was studied principally to ascertain whether there is any evidence of a threat to the UK, and secondly, should the opportunity arise, to identify any potential military technologies of interest.
Originally posted by Pockets
reply to post by franspeakfree
So what your saying is, that even if you know who holds this mythological book it changes nothing, even if these people are in control just knowing isn't enough? or are you going on about some kind of E.S.P or forward viewing or whatever it's called?
[edit on 22-1-2009 by Pockets]
so then what will be the point even reading them because they will be virtually worthless if they are from the bottom of the pile
It's SCI, Secret, Compartmentalized, Information. In essence, people know only what they need to know, and the blanks aren't filled in for any knowledge gaps in a given area. This is simply how the complex operates...so if you ever hear about a guy who was "in the know" coming out with disclosure...and he seems to know a lot about every subject under the moon, then you know he's full of it. He would only know the details pertaining to his particular clearance and job responsibilities.
Originally posted by majestictwo
reply to post by Gazrok
Thanks Gazrok; now this is the stuff I like to here. I was actually hoping we could encourage people to get this info in one place like this thread. There is plenty of info around ATS but you have to whittle it down to a few individual posts and they are hard to find.