A while ago I started putting together a series of short videos to dole out in bite-size pieces some significant information regarding UFOs. I hoped that people who were curious about the topic but knew very little about it would see them and be prompted to do some serious reading on the topic..
UFO Education - Some Highlights for Beginners
"Based upon unreliable and unscientific surmises as data, the Air Force develops elaborate statistical findings which seem impressive to the uninitiated public unschooled in the fallacies of the statistical method. One must conclude that the highly publicized Air Force pronouncements based upon unsound statistics serve merely to misrepresent the true character of the UFO phenomena."
Yale Scientific Magazine (Yale University) Volume XXXVII, Number 7, April 1963
Originally posted by Jocko Flocko
looking for attention in a sea of research already contaminated with enough simpletons to fill a large European country
A stunning declassified document: This is a cable from the US Embassy in Kuwait discussing the details and particulars of several quite spectacular UFO sightings and incidents in Kuwait in 1979, including the traditionnal unexplained shutdown of electrical equipment which worked fine again after the UFO's departure.
The report proves that there are similarities between UFO events over Noth America and different places of the globe, and that in Kuwait, the government like most government do, took interest in the events and investigated them, eliminating prosaic explanations like spy planes, but remaining reluctant to name the UFO "extra terrestrial crafts."
UFO Lands on Oilfield in Kuwait?
Originally posted by Orkojoker
Hey karl, thanks for the free advertising. Just updated the UFO Education thread with the rest of the videos in the series.
UFOs, the AISS, & My Brush With the 1127th
We had always suspected that Project Blue Book (the official AF UFO project) was merely a PR front, and there was evidence that some types of UFO project teams were active even after Blue Book closed down in December of 1969. But now we knew who some of these people were, and we had it from a reliable source..
One of my experiences that indicated there was somebody in the government officially still in charge of UFO reports occurred in 1983. For some time now we have known that something very strange and important was going on in October and November of 1975. We have proof that there were incidents that, to quote from released documents, "prompted the implementations of a Security Option 3 at our northern tier bases since 27 October." Sightings occurred at Loring AFB, Wurtsmith AFB, and then at Malmstrom AFB. In late 1983, an informant reported to me that there had been a major incident at NORAD during that same period which prompted a Security Option 5 alert and total "lock down" at "the Mountain" which houses NORAD. And some official UFO team from the Air Force investigated that incident.
The mystery of who they were is probably solved. Although it could have been Air Force OSI agents, the informant told me that the men who interrogated his group were from "the Air Force UFO division", six years after Blue Book shut down. It was very probably some offshoot of the 4602d AISS. But back in 1963 an Air Force reserve squadron which was a descendant of the 4602d was very interested in what we in NICAP knew about UFOs. But more importantly, we found that UFO investigations continued and in direct proportion to the events which may have, or was determined to have, an effect on national security.
'No government agency has ever taken an interest in UFOs since the closure of Project Bluebook'
The Navy conducted an investigation out of the Jacksonville center but came to no conclusions. Allan Hendry of the Center for UFO Studies interviewed several of the witnesses and gathered radar, meteorological, and astronomical data. He considered, then rejected, various prosaic alternatives before declaring this a CUFOS case of "high merit."
Originally posted by LadySkadi
edit on 4-7-2012 by LadySkadi because: (no reason given)
What the U.S. Government Knows About Unidentified Flying Objects.
New evidence for the existence of unconventional aerial objects relies no longer on the credibility of civilian reports but on the records of scientists, military personnel, intelligence analysis, law enforcement officers and other reliable and responsible people. Their testimony can be found in three thousand pages of previously classified documents on UFOs released [mostly through Freedom of Information Act suits] over the past few years by the Departments of State/Army/Navy/Air Force/Defense/the Federal Bureau of Investigation/the National Security Agency/the Defense Intelligence Agency and the Central Intelligence Agency.
This overwhelming evidence indicates that Unidentified Flying Objects do exist, and that some of them are unconventional craft that  pose a threat to national security and  perform beyond the range of present-day technological development.
Furthermore, there is evidence that our government has continually misinformed the public concerning the true significance of the "UFO problem."
Originally posted by Em2013
Am I the only one that doesn't download from or visit .mil or .gov domains?
The Black Vault has been around for nearly 16 years. Run by John Greenewald, Jr., The Black Vault is an incredibly large research center on what the U.S. government is trying to hide... from YOU. One of the biggest sections to The Black Vault is the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Government Document archive, spanning more than 600,000 pages of material
“SUBJECT: REQUEST FOR INFO, UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECTS”,
25 September 1976
(U.S. Department of State, Washington, D.C.)
Originally posted by cripmeister
reply to post by karl 12
You posted the exact same information here less than 3 hours ago.