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Originally posted by Orkojoker
The UFO Controversy in America by David Jacobs
UFOs and Government by Michael Swords et al
Originally posted by Druscilla
I actually don't have any UFO books.
My go to materials relative to the subject deal primarily in Human Psychology, Sociology, Meteorology, Astronomy, Optical Illusions, and other such.
I'll readily admit to having a certain bias in favor of more down to earth explanations with higher probabilities of identification and/or mistaken identity by witnesses.
Having/Studying UFO books and materials, in my opinion, risks a predisposition in favor of whatever ideas and ideals may be presented in such literature.
Fact of the matter is, we still don't know what this phenomenon is.
Tainting one's perception by assertions in UFO literature that UFOs are nuts and bolts craft, interdimensional travelers, time travelers, or other such based on whatever criteria for these kinds of assertions are made on, risks a predisposition toward considering those ideas as opposed to following independent critical analysis.
Originally posted by eManym
I read, "The Interrupted Journey", decades ago as a youngster. This story about Betty and Barney Hill's abduction was very mysterious. Either it was true or a very well planned hoax.
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