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UFO websites worthy of a visit

Posted by dandare on March 6, 2009

There is a wealth of websites, blogs and articles out there, on the subject of UFOs and Ufology, and quite a few are ill informed, spread disinformation, or are completely inaccurate.

I would like to point you to places i frequently go to for UFO information, and hope that you can find time to visit as well.

DOCUMENTARY + GOVERNMENT RECORDS ON UFOs:

Majestic 12 has links to document sources, some witnesses, documentary authentication for some of the reports and other links. Recently, the authentication was put into question.

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The full condign report can be found here (on the MOD site, 32 files).

Blue Book Archive this is where you can view project blue book on the internet. A valuable resource, it is still ongoing….  it has uncensored microfilm releases, download facility for reports and information about the documents (at this time 10 rolls of film, that are uncensored have been made available).

The Tornado case (1990) an audio cassette recording between British pilots and Dutch military air traffic control.

The Magoniax Project : “Archiving centuries of Fortean phenomena” including UFO related documentation.

Roswell proof up to date information on Roswell, with any new information added to the site.

CIA Freedom of information Act web results for UFO/flying saucer…. see here (242 results). Also here (43 results).

MOD: on UFO documents <–from 2005 for instance Part one. (it frequently changes the website, so links need finding every so often, to keep up to date). Part 2 can be found here and lastly part 3 here . Also Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon (UAP) can be found here .

Updated information concerning UFO reports made to the British
Ministry of Defence in 1998 – 2006,  has been added to their website……please  see here .

The Black Vault has a wealth of documents you can download here .

Whilst doing my usual rounds of my favorite linked sites, i came across this post by dbreckenridge at the footnote.com site, entitled “UFO in Utah, Comic book style” . It is in relation to the sighting of 1952, which was produced in a comic style, to portray the sighting. Another interesting post can be found here .

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Other entries on UFOs from footnote.com can be found here .

A handy link to Area 51 (groom lake), from FAS (Federation of American Scientists): http://www.fas.org/irp/overhead/groom.htm

It goes into detail about the imagery available, an overview of the area, handy links to other sites (some now are not working), and images of Area 51 through the years, near the bottom of the article.

It seems to have been written in 2000, but still handy for anyone interested in this topic. Imagery of groom lake can be seen here .

Footnote.com

In the article “Free: more than 1 million images from US Revolution to UFOs“, it gives a long list of documents available for free; what we are interested in is Project blue book – Ufo investigations (1947-1969). On this post, some people have already done some work, and posted interesting documents for us to view.

It also has related titles, and a free example list; the source for this is the national Archives . After putting in project blue book into the search engine, i saw a long list of references here & here .Both project blue book and “project blue book” were put in to the search engine-obviously more search terms will be done at a later date.

Anyway, to cut a long story short, here are some fascinating links to references we can see. This includes examples/story entries from footnote members themselves.

ARC results (for reference numbers)

Project Blue Book 1947-1969 click on document on the right to view it like this here. this whole document is worth looking at.

Footnote search for ufos A vast amount of references (over 2,014 in total) and you can look through the documents of these sightings-****worth looking at.

The  spotlight feature on footnote, mentions “X-15 test pilot Joe Walker on record setting flight (past UFOs)“. Also “ufo or photographic anomaly?”, “30 people in Sherman Texas can’t be wrong“… there are others… all these again relate to real documents, that can be seen online.

UFO ORGANISATIONS:

NICAP (National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena), has a wealth of information on UFOs, and is an excellent site.

CUFON (The Computer UFO Network) who “…..strive to present material relating to UFO phenomena and the search for UFO-related government documents obtained through official channels in a fair and accurate manner” (extract from webpage). Of great interest is the link to verified documents and other documents. In the special reports link, there is a good link to reading available. An article on “Do nuclear facilities attract ufos?”  is worth looking at too.

MUFON (Mutual UFO Network), also is great for ufo insights/knowledge; articles on Famous UFO cases, UFO weather maps and UFO fast facts too name but a few things on this  site.

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CUFOS (Centre for UFO Studies) “ >The Center for UFO Studies (CUFOS) is an international group of scientists, academics, investigators, and volunteers dedicated to the continuing examination and analysis of the UFO phenomenon”. Many articles can be found here. My favourites are “we know where you live?” and government ufo documents on the internet .

NUFORC (National UFO Reporting Centre). I usually refer to the Latest ufo reports for information- very handy; there of course, is other good links on this site.

bufora UFO information, mainly to do with Europe…not kept up to date; quite a few ufologists do not hold favour with the organisation, and i can see their point of view.

UFO BLOGS:

Stanton Friedman used to be a nuclear physicist, but became very interested in UFO’s from 1958. Goes into great detail about why he believes UFO’s are visiting earth, but covers other areas as well.

aliencasebook.blogspot.com, aliencasebookfringe.blogspot.com, are both by Atrueoriginall… an excellent up to date resource. Also has forums that you can visit.

ufodna.com is also an excellent resource for UFO information….

For instance, i was searching for Fort Worth, Texas sightings…… at this sight, you can go to the alphabetical listing, and this is what i found here . Admittedly you have to scroll down a long way…. but there are entries from 1897 up until 2005 (i think it only goes up to 2006). It also has a google map location for it (if you click on the individual sightings in the list), but must only be used as a general guide, as each different sighting points to the same spot.

It also has other invaluable data/information; for instance “UFOs like lonely places” and ” the quality of UFO report data

Flying saurcery….presents The Real UFO Project . A great collection of information from the UK; loads of information here.

Hyper.net has an absolute wealth of knowledge on the subject, and is excellent.

UFO shapes and configurations can be found here .

nick redfern’s blog sites; definately worth searching on….some great stuff here.

Nick Pope used to be in the British Government’s UFO project, within the MOD.

Frank warren’s blog: excellent for up to date news, and for good articles on older matters.

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UFO Review for up to date ufo news.

ufo’s at about.com with different links and info

The Anomalies Network for information on the Men in Black

Useful Astronomy sites:

Space Weather Support at  Solar Terrestrial Dispatch . This has links to an aurora monitor. For instance, an hourly activity report here , astro alerts, global flare reports and so on….. useful to know whats up there.

Heavens Above a vital resource if you need to know what is in the sky…ie sateillites, ect. Can give you all sorts of data, from almost any town/city.

Free to read….. Online UFO books:

NICAP (National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena), have placed authorized full length versions of books, online for everyone to read for free. They are not up to date books, but are worth reading (admitedly i have only read a few, but glancing through the rest, they look interesting . The link to them is here ) .

The books are:

“Alfred Loedding and the great flying saucer wave of 1947″ (by Michael hall and Wendy connors)

“The flying saucers are real” (by Donald Keyhoe ) 1950

“Symposium on Unidentified flying objects” second session 1968 (by various)

“Regional encounters : The FC files  acentury of ufo sightings and close encounters in the midwest” (director : francis ridge) 1994

“Report on the ufo wave of 1947″ (ted bloecher) 1967

“Flying saucers : fact or fiction” (Max Miller) 1957, i think

“The report on Unidentified Flying objects” (Edward Ruppelt) 1956?

“The ufo evidence” 1965 (published by NICAP)

“Ufos: a new look” a special report  by NICAP (1969)

“ufology” by James McCampbell (/)

“Inside saucer post 3-0 blue” a summary report by Leonard Stringfield (1957)

other resources that might be of interest.

Cohenufo.org has an article called “MSNBC Article re NIDS reassessment of triangular UFO sightings” (2004).

The same site also has Author’s select cases (table of contents, including Belgium UFO flap 1989-90, Brazilian Air Force admits studying UFOs (2005) and the Rockefellar report among others ).

Stardrive.org  ” UFOs and the new physics ” (1995 article).

qedcorp.com ” Now for the real X-files ” (article, april 1999 ).

Nick Humphries ” The UFO guide ” (feb 1994 ).

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Stanton Friedman ” A review of Col. Philip J. Corso’s book ‘the day after Roswell ‘ ” (article, december 1997). His other articles can be seen here .

Richard M. Dolan ” Some thoughts on J. Allen Hynek ” (2002).

Also by Dolan ” Alien Essays ” there are loads of links to his articles.

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Wilbert B. Smith ” The New science

Presidentialufo.com ” The white house role in crashed UFO retrievals

ufoinfo.com has ” The Magonia Database – A century of ufo landings (1868-1968) compiled by Jaques Vallee, scanned in by Don Allen “.

NCAS.org ” Project Condon cases 1 -10 ” NCAS.org ” Project Condon 11-45

NCAS.org ” The Condon report

Don Berliner ” UFO briefing document – the best evidence ” (1995).

Edward Ruppelt ” The report on Unidentified Flying objects ” (book, 1956).

W.A. Harbinson wrote a book in 1995, entitled “Projekt UFO: The case for Man-made Flying Saucers”. I remember, it had some well thought arguments, that basically, there is a ruthless technology right here on earth, and the scenario is definately something that people should be aware of, if not necessarily agree on.

For the record, there is some parts of this book, that i do not agree with, but it does get your mind thinking, questioning and so on, and this can only be a good thing.

His website can be found here

The second volume to this, Pheonix: Projekt Saucer Book 2″ is available for free…. at the download page on his site.

This is just a guide to just some of the most reliable websites on the internet…… i will be updating this list on the  UFO LINKS page, when i have time to do so- there are many more worthy of a mention here, but as i have said they will be added constantly to the UFO LINKS page on this site.

I hope some of these websites, find you wanting to know more  about UFO’s, if you are wondering were to get the information. (website links will be updated soon, on the UFO links page, as there are more sites worthy of a mention, that have not been mentioned at all).

Please feel free to comment.

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Skeptics stur up Ufology….Again! but what does it achieve?

Posted by dandare on December 21, 2008

ufosa-hot-topicIt recently came too my attention through the Daily Grail and UFO Chronicles, that Skeptics have been attacking Ufology, especially Stan Freidman and Chris Rutkowski.

For the relevant articles please see below:

Skepticblog.org ( posted november 26th,2008 ) ” Abducted by logic ” Phil Plait.

DailyGrail.com (posted november 27th, 2008 ) ” Astronomers and UFOs

Skepticblog.org (posted december 4th, 2008 ) ” Stanton Freidman doesn’t like me ” by Brian Dunning.

Uforum.blogspot.com ( posted december 10th, 2008 ) ” UFO debunker strikes again ” by Chris Rutkowski.

Skepticblog.org ( posted december 10th, 2008 ) ” UFonies ” by Phil Plait.

DailyGrail.com (posted december 12th, 2008) ” Skeptologists attack Ufologists

DailyGrail.com ( posted december 15th, 2008 ) ” Friedman on the Skeptologists

Skepticblog.org (posted december 18th, 2008 ) ” The top UFO debunker? Really? ” by Brian Dunning.

The whole affair seems regretable, and absolutely pointless, and i’m afraid instigated by the Skeptologists.

 ufo-sightings-5555I must point out from the start, that everyone should have an open mind, and question everything, and  enquire. Also they should not blindly say that every UFO sighting is extraterrestrial, or that they are all fakes….. (yes the majority can be explained, but there are those that cannot, so why not attempt to solve them? ).

The skeptologists decide to put the boot (or rather the DM) in, and attack UFOlogy: especially targeting Stanton Friedman and Chris Rutkowski. 

The DailyGrail.com article (posted december 12th, 2008) ” Skeptologists attack Ufologists ” covers all that was said well, so i will not repeat it again.

600px-dead_end_sign_svgWhat i object too, is the way they go about doing this: it really is quite sad to see them in operation…. what exactly are they trying to prove? and what is their aim? to piss everyone off probably; of course, it all degenerates into insults, and what the hell does this achieve. I do not blaim Stan and Chris on going on the defensive.

However, i just wish for once, they  (skepticblog or should that be skepticfog) could actually have some substantial research of their own to draw on…but i guess that would ask too much.

All this, is a good argument for saying, why the hell can we not pull all resources together, and try to build up case studies, even if we cannot nessecarily agree on the outcome. To just keep slagging each other off constantly, is not very productive, is it. Anyone can do it.

jerseyeveningpost26thapril07For instance, the recent Stephenville UFO sightings and the Channel Island sightings (an excellent report was done for the Channel Islands sighting, for instance- it was a very detailed report, and involved a colaboration of quite a few people).

Do not get me wrong either, i have nothing against skeptics, because to some extent, in Ufology, we all have to be skeptics also……. 

PhotobucketThe only way that the Skepicblog has succeeded, is by drawing attention to itself, in which case it has worked, however, i must also point out, that most will see, that they have not actually grown up?

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More free online UFO resources

Posted by dandare on November 4, 2008

In january of this year i wrote a post on free online books available from NICAP…. please see here .real1

Since then i have discovered other resources that might be of interest.

Professor Solomon ” How to make the most of a flying saucer experience

Cohenufo.org has an article called “MSNBC Article re NIDS reassessment of triangular UFO sightings” (2004).

The same site also has Author’s select cases (table of contents, including Belgium UFO flap 1989-90, Brazilian Air Force admits studying UFOs (2005) and the Rockefellar report among others ).

clipart_scifi_spaceships_003The Black Vault has a wealth of documents you can download here .

Stardrive.org  ” UFOs and the new physics ” (1995 article).

qedcorp.com ” Now for the real X-files ” (article, april 1999 ).

Nick Humphries ” The UFO guide ” (feb 1994 ).

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Stanton Friedman ” A review of Col. Philip J. Corso’s book ‘the day after Roswell ‘ ” (article, december 1997). His other articles can be seen here .

Richard M. Dolan ” Some thoughts on J. Allen Hynek ” (2002).

Also by Dolan ” Alien Essays ” there are loads of links to his articles.

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Wilbert B. Smith ” The New science ”  

Presidentialufo.com ” The white house role in crashed UFO retrievals ” 

ufoinfo.com has ” The Magonia Database – A century of ufo landings (1868-1968) compiled by Jaques Vallee, scanned in by Don Allen “.

NCAS.org ” Project Condon cases 1 -10 ” NCAS.org ” Project Condon 11-45 ” 

NCAS.org ” The Condon report

cropcirclesfordummiesWhilst doing my usual rounds of my favorite linked sites, i came across this post by dbreckenridge at the footnote.com site, entitled “UFO in Utah, Comic book style” . It is in relation to the sighting of 1952, which was produced in a comic style, to portray the sighting. Another interesting post can be found here .

Other entries on UFOs from footnote.com can be found here .

Ufo documents (original) can be found here ; try varients on this word too; some of the contents are premium (ie you have to pay for them, but quite alot are free to view). For instance ufo, returned 137,680 returns….. most you can view.  Its nice to get a chance to view the documents at its source.

 Don Berliner ” UFO briefing document – the best evidence ” (1995).

Edward Ruppelt ” The report on Unidentified Flying objects ” (book, 1956).

Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at PhotobucketA handy link to Area 51 (groom lake), from FAS (Federation of American Scientists): http://www.fas.org/irp/overhead/groom.htm  

It goes into detail about the imagery available, an overview of the area, handy links to other sites (some now are not working), and images of Area 51 through the years, near the bottom of the article.

It seems to have been written in 2000, but still handy for anyone interested in this topic. Imagery of groom lake can be seen here .

Related Websites:

UFOevidence.org 

bluebookarchive.org

Please also see my link http://dandare.wordpress.com/ufo-links/ (a permanent link at the top of all pages)…. which has more websites worth visiting [and also visit other sites on the left hand side of all pages].

This i hope to update as time goes by, with more great websites/blogs, and UFO information on the internet.

Maybe, i’ll do a similar post for videos in the not to distant future, and use past videos, together with new ones.

If you have any more links i should consider, or have missed please leave me a comment… although this is not a definative listing here.

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UFO videos definately worth watching (more to follow)

Posted by dandare on January 23, 2008

Probably the most outstanding documentary on ufo’s “out of the blue” (a must watch video)   Please be aware that the page might take a while to load, due to the amount of videos on here…however, they probably will be fine…lol 

UFO The greatest story ever denied : a half decent video, however quite a few, must have ufo incidents are missing..

The secret NASA transmissions- the smoking gun : this will be debated for a long time? makes you wonder though.

Segment from ABC’s Peter Jenning’s broadcast of “UFOs: seeing is believing” (2005).

Dan Ackroyd and UFOs on CNN (june 9th,2006); he shares his views on UFOs- he inspires you to know more. (not sure after this interview- extra footage not of interest to me). The whole thing is just over 9 mins though.

Dan Ackroyd Unplugged on UFOs : a must watch video, which will get you thinking.

The case for NASA UFOs (part 2) unable to find part 1 : ufos captured on ultra-violet sensitive cameras, worth watching.

Fastwalkers : ufo and alien disclosure (2006) some of the interviewers are questionable? some inaccuracies, and some over the top remarks…. however, still worth watching; just keep this in mind though

Stan Friedman on UFO Frauds and Bob Lazar (2001)

UFOs and ETs encounter with 62 children in South Africa,1994 (on right hand side, is links to read about this) length of video 4minutes… (have no background information on this, so will read up on it)

UFO over montreal downtown- Canada (1990) video 1; picture quality not excellent, and a bit jeaky but worth watching; multiple witnesses (some suggest northern lights) 

Video 2

Although these videos can be seen at the present time, there is no guarantee that they will be there in the forseeable future… so if videos are unable to play, then i will endeavour/do my best to find new links to this, but may not be able too. Hope this opens your mind too all possibilities…obviously, yes videos are good to watch,but ideally, if you are really interested; then to get all the facts, try to seek out documentation and papers on the subjects involved…. I will be over the coming months try to add links to reliable sources….

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UFO Update

Posted by dandare on December 1, 2007

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Hello and welcome to this weeks update, from a very windy and wet UK… hope the weathers better in your part of the world!

Ok…. too open up proceedings, we have a rather out of this world tourism advert, for New Mexico, which labels itself “the land of the enchantment”. To see what the hell i’m on about see here .

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According to the Hudson Reporter (posted 25th november,2007), North Bergen  “is still the champ in UFO sightings“. They mention that

 “Since two people reported a major sighting to federal authorities back in 1975, there have been a total of 775 sightings or incidents involving North Bergen residents, easily the highest total of reported incidents in the United States, according to Marc Sodderstrom of the National UFO Reporting Center in Seattle” (extract from article).
 
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From Off The Cuff (sdreader.com), there is an article on “do you believe in UFOs?” (posted 29th november,2007). Six people are asked for their views on UFOs…curiously all of them men! All the women and children, had been whisked off too other worlds evidently.

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 At Colorado Springs Independant online, (posted 30th november.2007), one metal band, listens to the AM radio show, Coast to coast avidly, and they say this gets into the lyrics on their songs. See here for details.

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 commongroundmag.com, has an article on “Alien Nation” (posted december 1st, 2007), in which he discusses 2 new books by Greer (1), and Hoagland and Bara (2)….. I can say right here, that Hoagland especially, is not popular with me: he always seems to like to lead people on with the evidence he has at his disposal, which neatly never quite comes out in full, and then the cycle starts again ….surely its not so you will buy his books,ect?

 Anyway, sorry trying to stay neutral here, he does discuss these books, to a relatively neutral viewpoint. He also has an interesting article on “Brian Greene on the theory of everything“. 

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Upcoming events on Coast to Coast (AM Radio), is Stanton Friedman and frank Feschino Jr. (on the 6th december,2007), in which they will be discussing fighter accidents and mysteriously dissappearing planes, in the 1950′s. See here for post. 

Whilst reading in the forum on freerepublic.com, i saw a post on Jack carter, “what really happened at Minot AFB“, the original post can be seen here .

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 In the expressandstar.com, “readers call in on Dorito UFO” (posted 1st december,2007) ; the original post was made on the 30th november and can be seen here . It mentions that “Readers have been calling in their droves to tell us they saw the huge “Dorito” UFO in the skies over the Black Country.

The orange triangle with its three lights was seen over Wednesfield and Dudley by scores of people who phoned the newspaper after an appeal for information” (extract from article). Not sure what to think of this one, although its made me hungry, and i’m off for a brew and a bite to eat….. i’ll keep you posted, if anything else is reported on this sighting. 

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the latimes.com mentions “Kucinich’s close encounter” (posted 1st december,2007), has some nice touches, although on the basic level of analysis, and i particularly liked the comment……..

“Let him go on, and we suspect Kucinich will soon be expanding on the Kecksburg sightings, the Val Johnson incident, Lonnie Zamora, the “Kaikoura lights” and countless other visitations from the sky that continue to sustain our nation’s sense of mystery” (extract from article).

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On the 28th november,2007, the nctimes tells us that “Motorist reports strange object in sky above I-5“. It says that “OCEANSIDE —- A local motorist —- who happens to be a high school football coach —- is seeking more information about a strange object he says he saw in the skies above Camp Pendleton late Tuesday” (extract from article). 

And finally no mention of the chinese lanters/ufo balloons in this weeks update, in the posts, just here instead….yipee! Lets hope we do not get loads of dorito sightings, or i might keep getting hungry……

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UFO Update

Posted by dandare on September 27, 2007

As i’ll be away from this friday until late sunday evening, the update is coming out slightly earlier this week. If there is anything you would like to have included on the weekly update, or if there is anything you would like covered in general, please contact me at dandare868-ufonews@yahoo.co.uk , and i’ll see what i can do.  

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With the latest intriguing event, that of the peru fireball, National Geographic have written an article entitled “Meteor crash in Peru caused Mysterious illness” (posted 21st September,2007). They say that local Peruvian scientists, have analysed it, and it is of a rare meteor type.

“Numerous arsenic deposits have been found in the subsoils of southern Peru, explained Modesto Montoya, a nuclear physicist who collaborated with the team. The naturally formed deposits contaminate local drinking water.” (quote from article above).

This they think, could have created the conditions (with the impact of the meteor) in the illnesses that later resulted.

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In the American Chronicle, Frank Warren has written an article on “Officials in Peru State That The Fallen UFO is a Chondrite Meteor“. It goes into quite alot of detail and covers all areas, even with links and updates to the article, to include other sources; it also proves that alot of conflicted reporting and speculation has taken place, and quite evidently, some of it is not true.


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Unfortunately i missed the anniversary of  the Majestic 12 on september 24th ; here is an article by wired entitled “Sept. 24, 1947: MJ-12 — We Are Not Alone … Or Are We?”.

It mentions “1947: If the secret committee known as the Majestic 12 ever really existed, this is the day that the group was allegedly created by a memorandum from President Harry Truman” (extract from wired article).

 There in lies the problem, did it ever exist? I do not know if they are real or not? there is a link to tests made (article in PRweb here ), however, i find problems with Michael S. Heiser, who also has other hidden agenda’s…but i’ll leave it up to you to decide. 

From the article “A total of 17 documents were tested, allegedly written by nine different authors. Dr. Heiser typed the prose text of the disputed Majestic Documents and a set of undisputed control documents for each author for Dr. Chaski’s testing. Of the 17 documents tested, only one can be scientifically validated as having been written by the author who is named……[.].”  OymyNews.com also has an article on this “The Majestic Hall of Mirrors “.

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It is claimed that “Parallel universes exist – study” (source breitbart.com, september 23rd, 2007). They mention that “Parallel universes really do exist, according to a mathematical discovery by Oxford scientists described by one expert as “one of the most important developments in the history of science” (extract from article).

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An article “UFOs kept secret by U.S. in nationalist fervor?” caught my eye, (in The Register-Herald, posted september 8th,2007). Most of the article is about Stanton friedman, who was “A physicist who once worked for such giants as Westinghouse and General Electric, he has devoted much of his adult life to ferreting out clues in the UFO controversy.” (extract from article).

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In English Pravda.ru there is “KGB’s secret UFO files finally made public” which is an old source, but one i was not aware of until now (posted december 12th,2005). It mentions the declassification of the Blue Folder…“Researchers believe the Blue Folder is an invaluable source of information” (extract from article).

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In recent news, KodiakDailyMirror.com  (posted 26th september,2007) reports that “UFO mystifies local officials Aircraft accounted for, no craters found during search“. breitbart.com (posted 24th september,2007) says that “NASA aims to put man on Mars by 2037 ” ….i’m surprised not sooner….unless you believe that they have not landed on the moon? (although for the record, i do believe they have landed).

Finally, to my old favourite chinese lanterns/ufo balloons….. in newburytoday.co.uk (posted 26th september,2007), it mentions “Newburytoday.co.uk investigates possible explanation for string of UFO sightings above district“. It goes into some detail about the sightings in their area (involving orange lights,and so on), with a video, in which they use a ufo balloon, to demonstrate the effects that it has at night……     

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UFO Update

Posted by dandare on September 15, 2007

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To start proceedings (ufo sightings have been thin on the ground this week), we have a video clip from WGAL.com (posted 14th september,2007), which mention that “Group calls on government for ufo truth“.
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In “UFOS or just party lanterns” (from the UK <-posted 12th september,2007 by icSurreyOnline.com), it says that:

“ASTRONOMERS can give no explanation for dozens of mysterious lights seen flying above Epsom and Stoneleigh”…. however later in the article;

 “With only scant reports of the Epsom sightings to go on, Judy Jaafar, secretary of the British Unidentified Flying Objects Research Association, was unsure”.

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On an amusing note, i came across abbreviations of UFO (see here, half way down the page), with Ultra Freak Out given in the  Governmental->Military category. The entry above in the Science Dictionary on the abbreviation of UFO says:

“UFO (yooh-ef-oh)…….The abbreviation for unidentified flying object. Sometimes referred to colloquially as “flying saucers.” Most UFO sightings have prosaic explanations; there is no hard evidence that extraterrestrial beings are visiting Earth“.
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 At globeandmail.com, the “UFO believers, skeptics clash at scientific conference” (posted 15th september, 2007 <-Canadian Press); many theories were put forward from both sides:

“… Jaymie Matthews, an associate professor of astronomy at the University if British Columbia, argued that while he and other scientists have spent years searching the universe for Earth-like planets that would support intelligent life, none have been discovered yet.”

 “Mr. Friedman also poured cold water on the argument that an alien landing like Roswell would be too big to cover up. He said thousands of people worked on the Manhattan project to build the first atomic bomb, but it stayed a secret until one was dropped on Japan”.

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On the 13th September, it was announced thatGoogle backs private moon landing” (source BBC NEWS). Google is to entice private firms to send robots too the moon, with the first to land being awarded $20 million. It mentions that:  “In a statement announcing the competition, Google and the X-Prize Foundation said it had been created in a bid to stimulate research into low-cost robotic exploration of space. The top prize of $20m will be given to the private firm that soft lands a rover on the Moon which then completes a series of objectives.”

For some video clips of this see below:

Related to this are links  to the lunar Lander challenge both here and  here (october 26-28th october,2007).

The video “Fastwalkers” might be of interest, and can be viewed here (although the quality is not great). To buy the official copy, please go here .  

Also an article worth looking at is “Invaders from Elsewhere” which goes into flying saucers, weirdness and pop culture.

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Who’s Who in Ufology Today by Fran Black

Posted by dandare on September 12, 2007

Who’s Who in Ufology Today

Author: Fran Black

Below are ten names of the most educated, respected UFologists alive today. By studying their theories and published works, you will be on the forefront of UFology research.

Jerome Clark: Researcher and writer. He attended South Dakota State University and Minnesota State University, becoming interested in the UFO phenomenon in the 1960s. He initially embraced the interdimensional hypothesis to explain UFOs, but then turned to Extraterrestrial Hypothesis as the best explanation. His focus is on UFO cases with multiple witnesses, or those which leave physical evidence. He is an active board member of CUFOS, and has served as the editor of the CUFOS journal, as well as The Journal for UFO Studies. In the 1990s he published a massive three volume UFO Encyclopedia, which earned him the 1998 Benjamin Franklin Award in the Science category. He has written and co-written several books on UFOs.

Stanton T. Friedman: Nuclear Physicist. He received his BS and MS from University of Chicago, and worked for 14 years on advanced, classified projects such as nuclear aircraft, fission and fusion rockets, and nuclear power plants for space. He is possibly the best-known UFO lecturer in North America, having been the first promoter of the Roswell incident, and the most significant voice of the Extraterrestrial Hypothesis. His written testimony has been used in Congressional hearings, and he has appeared before the UN twice. He has published two books covering his work with the MJ-12 documents and the Roswell incident.

Richard F. Haines, Ph.D.: Research Scientist for NASA from 1967-1988. He received his MA and Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology from Michigan State University. He investigated aviation accidents and incidents for FAA, NTSB, and attorneys. For 37 years he has specialized in pilot sightings, amassing more than 3,000 reports. Other special interests include analysis of photographic evidence and data on Close Encounters of the Fourth Kind. He has written two books and numerous UFO articles.

Bernard Haisch, Ph.D.: Astrophysicist and President of Digital Universe Foundation; Chief Science Officer for ManyOne Networks, Inc; Director of California Institute for Physics and Astrophysics; and editor of numerous scientific journals. He earned his Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin. Self-described as a “UFO skeptic, standing somewhere between the majority rejectionist view of mainstream scientific community and the majority accepting view of the general public,” Haisch advocates personal research of phenomenon while suspending judgment.

James A. Harder, Ph.D.: Professor of Civil and Hydraulic Engineering and Professor Emeritus at University of California at Berkeley. Harder received his BS at Caltech, and his MS and Ph.D. at University of California in Berkeley. From 1969-1982 he was the director of research for Aerial Phenomena Research Organization, one of the first civilian organizations to study UFOs. He was the primary investigator on a number of classical UFO cases, mainly related to alien abductions. He is a strong advocate of the Extraterrestrial Hypothesis and the government cover-up theories.

John Keel: Parapsychologist and Journalist. Keel is best-known for his ideas that there is a direct relationship between UFOs and psychic phenomena and demonology. He is one of the most widely read and influential UFologists since the early 1970s. His 1967 book, The Mothman Prophesies—about a strange winged creature reportedly seen in West Virginia by numerous witnesses—was loosely adapted into a 2002 blockbuster.

Bruce Maccabbee, Ph.D.: Optical Physicist. He received his BS in physics from Worcester Polytechnical Institute, and his MA and Ph.D. at American University in Washington DC. He has been active in UFO research since the 1960s, when he joined NICAP. After its demise he joined MUFON and is now state director for Maryland. He was instrumental in establishing the Fund for UFO Research. He is the author and co-author of numerous technical articles and books.

John E. Mack, Ph.D.: Psychiatrist, psychoanalyst, and Pulitzer-prize winning biographer. He received his medical degree from Harvard Medical School after his undergraduate years at Oberlin. He graduated from the Boston Psychoanalytic Society and Institute and was Board certified in child and adult psychoanalysis. He was a professor of psychology at Harvard until his untimely death in a car accident in 2004. (We include him in this article of contemporary UFologists, since his work is relevant today.) Mack’s clinical work focused on the exploration of dreams, nightmares, and teen suicide. In 1990 he published his research on alien abduction encounters, concluding, “There is compelling powerful phenomenon here that I can’t account for any other way, that’s mysterious…it seems to me that it invites deeper, further inquiry.”

Peter A Sturrock, Ph.D.: British Scientist. He studied mathematics at Cambridge University where he earned his Ph.D. Much of his career has been devoted to electron physics, particle accelerators, plasma physics, solar physics, astrophysics, and scientific interference. He was appointed professor of applied physics at Stanford University, where he is now professor emeritus. Gaining interest in UFology, and curious about the general attitudes toward the field, Sturrock conducted two major surveys involving more than 2,500 scientists. Upon learning that a majority of scientists favored better research of UFOs, Sturrock helped establish the Society of Scientific Exploration to provide a forum for the subject. His studies have since been published.

Jacques Vallee, Ph.D.: French-born Computer Scientist and Astronomer. After receiving his BS in Mathematics and his MS in Physics, he came to the US 1962 and began working in astronomy at the University of Texas. He worked at MacDonald Observatory on NASA’s first project making a detailed informational map of Mars. He then received his Ph.D. in Computer Science at Northwestern University, where he was a student of renowned UFologist, J. Allen Hynek. Initially he promoted the Extraterrestrial Hypothesis, but later modified it, introducing the Multidimensional Visitation Hypothesis. His exploration of the commonalities between UFOs, cults, religious movements, angels, ghosts, cryptid sightings, and psychic phenomena contributed to his change in ideas. He was the model for the UFO researcher in Steven Spielberg’s blockbuster, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, and served as a consultant on the set. He has authored numerous books and articles on various subjects, including UFOs.

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About the Author:

About the Author:

Francesca Black a long time science fiction buff, manages content for UFO Gifts http://www.ufo-gifts.com and Science Fiction Corner http://www.science-fiction-corner.com

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