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reply to post by 1deepstar
Originally posted by 1deepstar
I am Ted Roe, Executive Director at NARCAP.org...
I just wanted to let the list know about our new study,
Spherical UAP and Aviation Safety: A Critical Review (aka Project Sphere)
Would love to set up a thread and chat about it but I am relegated to this "introductions" page so.... it was a good idea but I guess it wasn't to be...
Take a look if you like, drop me a line at NARCAP if you have something to say...
all the best,
admin edit: Ted didn't let me know he was posting this so there was some confusion, the thread is up and in the proper forum for discussion now.
[edit on 6-6-2010 by Springer]
anyway, here are pictures from the narcap study/report
reply to post by Ahmose
Originally posted by Ahmose
I thought this was an interesting article.
about some comments made by Robert Bigelow [Bigelow Aerospace], to NY Times.
He also really did buy skinwalker ranch.
Billionaire Aerospace Entrepreneur tells NY Times about killer UFOs
Gary S. BekkumJune 11, 2010
"People have been killed. People have been hurt. It´s more than observational kind of data."
"If you knew the truth about what is going on with the UFOs, you wouldn't be able to sleep at night."
(STARpod.org) -- In the world where high paranormal strangeness meets the Intelligence Community, it's called the CORE STORY: a tale of extraterrestrial contact with the US government.
Perhaps no one in the private sector knows more about the CORE STORY than Robert Bigelow, the founder of Bigelow Aerospace.
In a recent article by the New York Times, Bigelow is quoted about the dangers of extraterrestrial contact.
"I´ve been a researcher and student of UFO´s for many, many years," Mr. Bigelow said. "Anybody that does research, if people bother to do quality research, come away absolutely convinced. You don´t have to have personal encounters...People have been killed. People have been hurt. It´s more than observational kind of data."
Bigelow's revelation may have slipped by NY Times writer Kenneth Chang, but grabbed the attention of Billy Cox, who wrote in the Herald Tribune: ...Continued~www.americanchronicle.com...
Wouldn't sleep at night huh? lol
[edit on 11-6-2010 by Ahmose]
Dominique Weinstein belongs to the French National Center for Space Studies’ UFO study, GEIPAN. He analyzed 300 cases of unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) activity reported across the world by military and civilian pilots from 1947-2007. In support of NARCAP founder Richard Haines’ contention that these encounters pose flight-safety hazards, Weinstein addresses 39 incidents, or 14 percent, involving electromagnetic effects.
Specificly, 15 planes lost some form of UHF/VHF radio communication; nine had their magnetic compasses screwed up, including one that showed two compasses pointing in opposite directions; seven automatic radiocompasses went haywire; six planes experienced engine problems; five reported varying levels of weapons-system failure; and three logged general electrical issues. In all but two cases, the effects were temporary, as systems returned to normal when the UAP left the vicinity.
Eighty seven percent of these encounters occurred at cruising altitude. Radar data confirmation, or lack thereof, was available for 146 reports. Eighty one of those incidents generated radar data, with 15 reflecting both ground and air radar coverage............