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Originally posted by Hal9000
But the problem with a model is there needs to be a pattern of behavior that can be modeled. The only part of the exercise that can be modeled is how people would react. Just a minor alteration at any point could cause various outcomes, and anyone could manipulate factors until they get the outcome they want. I know you wanted to do this to disprove the story of Roswell. Regardless of how unbiased we would try to be it would still be biased. Even if we went through the exercise to predict an outcome, I don’t think it would prove anything.
I would propose trying to recreate the various Earthlight phenomenons, and see if they behave the same as other observed phenomenon. Nicola Tesla built several devices that I think could be experimented with. It might not be possible, but we won’t know unless someone tries. Earthlights are only one aspect of the phenomenon, but it is one I think could be solved. Unfortunately, this type of research requires a lot of time and money, and is why is has not been done yet.
MAJOR GENERAL VASILY ALEXEYEV
This interest specifically expressed itself in certain experts being sent to
investigate, especially to those places where UFOs, let's call them that,
appeared quite frequently. I know a whole number of military bases in that
category. As a rule they are objects of strategic significance, rocket
complexes, scientific test establishments, in other words the places where
there is a high concentration of advanced science and, to some degree,
danger. Because every nuclear rocket, every new Air force installation
represents a breakthrough both in science and in military terms; it is first
and foremost a peak, the summit of human achievement. And that is where
UFOs appeared fairly often. Moreover, individual officers and commanders
on the spot who knew about the phenomenon and had no official
instructions on the matter, acted on their own initiative to investigate
UFOs, recording data, and so on. I know that in some places they even
learned to create a situation which would deliberately provoke the
appearance of a UFO. A UFO would appear where there was increased
military activity connected, say, with the transportation of "special" loads.
It was enough (to) artificially stimulate or schedule such a move for a UFO to
appear. In other words, some kind of conditional relationship emerged.
And they detected it.
Originally posted by Maverick10
So they are definately interested in things other than weapons and military, but what is it???