Center for online access to UFO research material, and to a public open blackboard of the organization’s ongoing brainstorming and development.
This isn’t a joke, but a metaphor to illustrate a particular question: Are UFOs present in areas where people aren’t? A UFO sighting consists of two parts, the object that was observed and the witness who observed it. How might this relationship have affected our understanding of the behaviours and presence of anomalous UFOs? Have … Continue reading If a UFO flies over a forest, and nobody is around to see it, was it even there?
One of the interesting areas of UFO study that is really compelling is how the UFO phenomenon affects aviation and aviation safety. Pilot and aircrew encounters with UFOs/UAP are numerous, and can be more troublesome than sightings by ground witnesses. Important instrumentation such as compasses and radios will quit working in the vicinity of a … Continue reading Seven papers from 2000 to 2012 that discuss and examine how UFOs affect aviation safety
Let’s be clear on how strange perfectly conventional objects can appear in a photo. These 8 examples were taken using a smartphone camera, and they demonstrate the lack of clarity and proof that is in a photo. The objects were all identified as aircraft, by sight and sound, before the photos were taken. The camera … Continue reading 8 Examples of Misleading Photos of Airplanes
In a previous paper I had written, “Extended Daylight Hours: A Natural Advantage of High Latitude Regions for UFO/UAP Study”, I discussed the possible opportunities found in northern regions where daylight and darkness cycles are out of the norm from the equatorial and surrounding areas. Because sightings are found to generally be at their highest during the summer months … Continue reading Is UFO/UAP Sighting Frequency in Specific Locales Consistent with Global Trends? Evidence Against Traditional Models for Alaska in Two Databases