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Originally posted by spinalremain
reply to post by Sinter Klaas
Dude, Wilcock thinks he is reicarnated Edgar Cayce. C'mon? How can anything he says be accurate if that's his gig? He states that the US has a device that instantly teleports you to Mars. I think he is a loon.
Originally posted by CodenameDoeB
The man that killed 2 alien greys - Phil Schneider
This is my hero in the Alien field, i haven't even checked to see if this guys been debunked because i just love his story, Even if he was lying i still believe him
Originally posted by wesmilne
Hi all i have seen this picture of a so called ufo picture on ebay and wondered what you think because it looks real and am thinking on biffing or am i a fool if i do, i have got some other stuff i bought on ebay and turned out to be a load of rubbish i just wanted some advice from someone who might have a little bit more experience.
Originally posted by DJW001
I also submit a special citation for "Project Blue Book." Although it was a given that the Air Force was going to conclude that there was nothing to worry about, they did take the question seriously, developed a methodology of inquiry and eventually concluded that all but a certain percentage could be explained. That small percentage makes the entire Project worthwhile, of course.
Blue Book Cooks Its Books
It was an organization that
(1) claimed to be the sole repository of military UFO reports, but was not;
(2) was under orders to use any means necessary to identify UFOs as conventional objects, regardless of how strained the explanation became;
(3) intentionally misled the public with meaningless and even fictitious statistics; and
(4) had a barely breathing investigative capability.
The conclusion is self-evident: Blue Book was the mask worn by the Air Force for public viewing. Its UFO reports and evaluations – intellectually dishonest in the extreme – can therefore have no scientific value whatsoever. The fact that the U.S. military and other official sources continue to use them tells us more about the organizations than it does about UFOs.
NICAP list - Project Bluebook 'actual unknowns'
Full List - 1,600 incidents (pdf)
Fort Monmouth UFO - 21st September, 1951
The incident caused a major stir at the Pentagon and a restructuring of the Air Force UFO Project from GRUDGE to BLUE BOOK. The incident also had something to do with the project changing policies to restrict release of further information on UFOs.
The Fort Monmouth UFO Case.
Originally posted by Jdawg9909
J Allen Hynak(he knew more than what was told)
Google Video Link
"Before I began my association with the US Air Force, I had
joined my scientific colleagues in many a hearty guffaw
at the "psychological postwar craze" for flying saucers
that seemed to be sweeping the country and at the naivete
and gullibility of our fellow human beings who were being
taken in by such obvious "nonsense." It was almost in a
sense of sport that I accepted the invitation to have a
look at the flying saucer reports....."
"I had started out as an outright 'debunker,' taking
great joy in cracking what seemed at first to be puzzling
cases. I was the arch enemy of those 'flying saucer
groups and enthusiasts' who very dearly wanted UFOs to be
interplanetary. My own knowledge of those groups came
almost entirely from what I heard from Blue Book
personnel; they were all "crackpots and visionaries.'"
"Now, however, documentation which puts the UFO-
U.S. government controversy in quite a new light has
become available. The authors have made revealing use of
documents released through the mechanism of the Freedom
of Information Act and other data which have been made
available to them, often through private sources, which
show that the CIA and NSA protestations of innocence and
lack of interest in UFOs are nothing short of
"The reader must judge for himself or herself just
how far these implications extend, but certainly no one
can deny any longer that various intelligence agencies of
our government were long cognizant of UFOs and the global
extent of this phenomenon. Official dispatches from our
embassies and air bases in other countries to these
agencies, to the State Department, and even, on occasion,
to the White House, bear incontrovertible witness to
"For the government to continue to maintain that
UFOs are nonexistent in the face of the documents already
released and of other cogent evidence presented in this
book is puerile and in a sense an insult to the American
Dr J Allen Hynek, Chairman of the Department of Astronomy at Northwestern University and scientific consultant for Air Force investigations of UFOs from 1948 until 1969 (Projects Sign, Grudge and Blue Book).
Originally posted by SaturnFX
I started reading some free book online from someone named Rael of The Raelian foundation...at page 38 and my BS meter exploded at like page 2...just reading it like a sci-fi novel now...I wonder if anyone (legally sane) believes his story as more than entertaining tripe.