I posted this inside another thread, but, thought this may be of interest in and of itself by itself.
You think you are being abducted by aliens? Then, why not put yourself on GPS monitoring?
Best GPS Tracking Watches of 2012
1. Suunto - Ambit
(integrated altimeter too)
2. Garmin - Forerunner 910XT
3. Polar - RCX5 Tour de France Premium
4. Garmin - Forerunner 610
5. Timex - Ironman Run Trainer GPS HRM
And then, there's Best GPS Trackers 2012
I'm not sure if the Watches have real time updates to a secure website where you can then access the logs as this is a key feature in establishing
credibility due that you can't alter the logs, and the logs are auto-updated without need for you to do a manual update to a computer.
The watches with altimeters do however sound quite interesting considering if you really do think you are experiencing physical events where you get
carried off somewhere, then, altitude, speed, and location would be some key data points to establish.
If an abductee thinks they're having real physical experiences, then, if said abductee can establish they have been suddenly plucked up to amazing
altitudes where they then zoomed to another location at 50,000kph disappearing into the side of a hill, then, we'll have some interesting data.
1. Sudden altitude change will have been established.
2. Travel beyond the speed of civilian transport is established.
3. Location traveled to is established.
If more than one supposed physical event occurs, and a pattern is established such as location, then;
4. Location to investigate further is established.
I personally subscribe to the Psychological paradigm as established in several studies, and papers regarding the phenomenon, but, if there are indeed
real physical events taking place as so many are want to insist with sometimes very hostile vehemence, then, the above is your chance to possibly
collect data to prove your claims.
This post is not a jibe. If you get GPS, have an event, and the logs say you went absolutely nowhere, or you actually did go somewhere, then, the
data could very well be self educating for your own personal gratification.
You can, of course, always post relevant data in the public forum if you like, but, it's all up to you. It's your data.
If you're actually having real physical experiences, and have some rather compelling hard data like GPS logs to prove it, I'm pretty sure a number
of people might be interested in hearing what you have to say.