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  • Mountain Man
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    No one did. He as elected by the Aliens.

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  • Rojik
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    Don't blame me. I didn't vote for him.

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  • Mountain Man
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    Originally posted by BobTheBarbarian View Post
    Didn't the Air Force lower the percentage of sightings in the 'unexplained' category with each new investigation program?

    I remember reading that before Blue Book the programs in place, such as Sign and Grudge, concluded that a far larger percentage of incidents (~20 percent) could not be explained. (This is compared to the 6% 'unexplained' rate in Blue Book.)
    Yep. They were specifically instructed to do so, and incidentally, identifying an "unidentified" object as "unidentified" removed it from the "unidentified" category, because now it had been "explained"! Try that one for size.

    Furthermore, the investigators followed no specific protocol, never used any scientific methodology or instrumentation, and followed none of the most basic rules required of any "investigation" conducted in any other discipline.

    They simply asked some questions, took a few pictures and made up their minds. "Off they went, into the wild blue yonder..."

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  • T. A. Gardner
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    Originally posted by BobTheBarbarian View Post

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  • BobTheBarbarian
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    Originally posted by T. A. Gardner View Post

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  • T. A. Gardner
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    Originally posted by BobTheBarbarian View Post
    Didn't the Air Force lower the percentage of sightings in the 'unexplained' category with each new investigation program?

    I remember reading that before Blue Book the programs in place, such as Sign and Grudge, concluded that a far larger percentage of incidents (~20 percent) could not be explained. (This is compared to the 6% 'unexplained' rate in Blue Book.)

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  • BobTheBarbarian
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    Originally posted by Mountain Man View Post
    No, it wouldn't. One of the authors of that report has already admitted that it was a PR program and not a real investigation, and conducted with the specific objective of disproving everything.

    For example, many sightings were simnly classified as ":unidentified". Consider that for a few seconds - an "unidentified flying object that cannot be explained or accounted for is "explained" by the Air Farce Investigators (spelling of "Farce" deliberate)as "unidentified".

    DUH...

    Blue Book is a farce, cover to cover, just as the Roswell report was.
    Didn't the Air Force lower the percentage of sightings in the 'unexplained' category with each new investigation program?

    I remember reading that before Blue Book the programs in place, such as Sign and Grudge, concluded that a far larger percentage of incidents (~20 percent) could not be explained. (This is compared to the 6% 'unexplained' rate in Blue Book.)

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  • Mountain Man
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    Originally posted by Trung Si View Post
    And he is just one, there are a few more of his advisors that belong in a squirrel cage instead of the WH.
    The White House IS "the squirrel cage. Didn't you get the memo?

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  • Trung Si
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    Originally posted by Mystikeye View Post
    Geez, this bonehead is advising the President. No wonder we are sliding into the mire.
    And he is just one, there are a few more of his advisors that belong in a squirrel cage instead of the WH.

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  • Mountain Man
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    Originally posted by BobTheBarbarian View Post
    FOIA pushers have already gotten Project Blue Book, the Air Force's investigation of UFOs, completely declassified. If anyone wants information, the best place to search would be in there.
    No, it wouldn't. One of the authors of that report has already admitted that it was a PR program and not a real investigation, and conducted with the specific objective of disproving everything.

    For example, many sightings were simply classified as ":unidentified". Consider that for a few seconds - an "unidentified flying object" that cannot be explained or accounted for is "explained" by the Air Farce Investigators (spelling of "Farce" deliberate)as "unidentified".

    DUH...

    Blue Book is a farce, cover to cover, just as the Roswell report was.
    Last edited by Mountain Man; 15 Feb 15, 12:26.

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  • T. A. Gardner
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    Originally posted by BobTheBarbarian View Post
    FOIA pushers have already gotten Project Blue Book, the Air Force's investigation of UFOs, completely declassified. If anyone wants information, the best place to search would be in there.
    And, the conclusion was that in some cases there really were Unidentified flying objects.

    That is, the USAF didn't know what the object was...

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  • BobTheBarbarian
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    FOIA pushers have already gotten Project Blue Book, the Air Force's investigation of UFOs, completely declassified. If anyone wants information, the best place to search would be in there.

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  • T. A. Gardner
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    What do you expect when this administration gets its information from places like The Colbert Report and The Daily Show...

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  • Mystikeye
    started a topic Tin-Foil Hat Alert!

    Tin-Foil Hat Alert!

    Geez, this bonehead is advising the President. No wonder we are sliding into the mire.
    http://news.yahoo.com/outgoing-obama...234149498.html

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