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Originally posted by NickPope
To clarify, I wasn't the anonymous author of the Project Condign report, despite a few suggestions to the contrary. Indeed, I've gone on record as saying that the study was fundamentally flawed in a number of ways. As for my use of the word "we", when I didn't write the report, it's difficult to get out of the habit, given that I worked for the MoD for 21 years.
Originally posted by WorShip
that feel when your question is ignored
Originally posted by sparky31
also sorry second question,have you any information on why bonnybridge in scotland seems to be ufo capital of was going to say scotland but seems to be britain.
the other case that still haunts me is the Rendlesham Forest incident.
The MoD's 'Project Condign' intelligence assessment of UFOs floated the idea of some sort of unknown atmospheric plasmas with highly unusual properties, but stopped short of speculating that this was some sort of life form. So we weren't quite suggesting something along the lines of Trevor James Constable's 'sky critter' theory.