UFO Sightings: Is the Government Withholding An Interest in Alien Life?

Uncategorized
Share

From newsweek.com

This article, along with others exploring the possibilities of alien life and other mysteries hidden beyond the stars, is featured in Newsweek’s Special Edition: Life Beyond Earth? The Mission to Find the Answer.

In December 1969, the United States government called for the end of Project Blue Book, its 22-year investigation into unidentified airborne phenomena. Overnight, the authorities’ official position changed from one of indulgent public curiosity to absolute public
disinterest. “The Air Force was the head agency during Project Blue Book, where they went out into the field and talked to witnesses, essentially trying to figure out what was going on,” explains John Greenewald, founder of The Black Vault, an Internet-based resource that has compiled more than 1.4 million declassified government documents. “After 1969, it was the United States Air Force that said, ‘no government agency including our own has any interest in this phenomenon.’” But thanks to the dogged effort of Greenewald and other UFO researchers wielding Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests, anyone with an Internet connection and an open mind can deduce the government isn’t quite as apathetic toward UFOs as it claims.

One curious item indicative of the cat-and-mouse game Greenewald feels the government plays with UFO researchers was an entry in an Air Force training manual discovered through a FOIA request. “I discovered, about eight to 10 years ago now, an Air Force regulation, Air Force Instruction 10-206,” Greenewald says. “It deals with what to do if pilots see something strange in the sky and how they have to report it. The rule was a short list of things to look for—for example if they saw a missile streak across the sky, that was outlined as something they would need to report. On this very short list was the entry, ‘Unidentified Flying Objects.’ Obviously we’re talking about 30 or more years after their investigation was stopped.”

[….]

Read more at: http://www.newsweek.com/air-force-withholding-interest-ufos-715843


Uncategorized
Researchers Discover New Molecular Properties of Water
Share

From sci-news.com Water has numerous anomalous properties, many of which remain poorly understood. One of its intriguing behaviors is that it exhibits the so-called temperature of maximum density (TMD) at 3.98 degrees Celsius (39.16 degrees Fahrenheit). In a new study published in the journal Physical Review Letters, researchers at New York …

Uncategorized
Analyses of Two Experiencers’ Clothing Worn During an Abduction (Salt Fork State Park, Ohio)
Share

On August 29-30, 2014 two men were on a fishing/camping trip at an Ohio state park (Salt Fork, Cambridge, Ohio). The older man (43) was accompanied by a young man (19) who was a friend of his daughter. The older man is a construction worker who owns his own business. …

Uncategorized
Russian Physicists Prove The Great Pyramids Of Giza Can Focus Electromagnetic Energy Like An Ancient Egyptian Tesla Coil
Share

From outerplaces.com Get ready to add more fuel to the conspiracists’ campfire – scientists just discovered that the Great Pyramid of Giza has the ability to the focus electromagnetic energy within its chambers, as well as beneath its base. The Great Pyramids’ complex astronomical significance has inspired centuries of speculation …