reply to post by cloudyday
There are, however, higher risk demographics based on statistical information derived from reports of the abduction phenomenon over several decades.
Seeking out, vetting, and getting the cooperation of high risk abductees could be worthwhile.
Additionally, finding abductee claimants, currently pregnant, arguably as a result of forced implantation of alien hybrid fetus could also be of value
by simply keeping the mother safe from re-abduction where reports from other abduction accounts indicate that the fetus will be forcefully removed
after the first trimester.
Bring a supposed alien hybrid child to full term and birth, and you may very well have something interesting. If kid comes out looking like an alien,
then, hmmm. If kid comes out looking like a regular human baby, then, also hmmm.
There's also tests that could be done on hair, skin, and blood samples from the child, all without harming the child.
Anything and everything I propose I propose be done ethically, responsibly, and in full observation of scientific methods.
As for cheap, and long term for the rest of the abductees, electronics are approaching points where cheap GPS monitoring very well could indeed be
'Cheap', and 'long term' are also relative terms depending on funding, and subject candidate basis.
Some people would consider one month, long term, while others may consider it a brief sample study if it doesn't last longer than 1-5 years with over
10 thousand participants.
Whatever the case this area of inquiry is sadly not getting the attention it should if anyone is really actually interested in finding answers.
Unfortunately, me thinks most 'researchers', are more interested in getting paid for speaking engagements, lectures, and appearances than actually
doing something serious that requires real effort in the field.