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Users should submit bug reports and feature requests as issues there. The Releases page on the repository lists all the changes to the software over time. This documentation is also available within the package by consulting the help files. They are also hosted online at the links below. ME is a 5-day short course at the University of Washington that provides an introduction to stochastic network models for infectious disease transmission dynamics, with a focus on empirically based modeling of HIV, STIs, and other close-contact infectious diseases. She didn’t notice the UFO at the time the photo was taken, it was captured by chance. More case details at ufobc, ufoevidence.
Haines considered the possibility that it was just a small frisbee near the camera, and argued that a frisbee wouldn’t fly well if it had a dome on its top -as the Vancouver object apparently has- nor would it show up sharp in the photo due to its quick movement. Related: This domed disk resembles the object in the William Herrmann, Charleston USA, Apr-1980 UFO photos and possibly the Prince George, Canada Jun-1998 UFO photos. Reports of very close sightings of discoid UFOs with transparent domes, with “human-looking” UFO-occupants, include Mrs. Below: Another similar case near Cowichan Hospital, again in Vancouver Island BC Canada on New Year’s Eve 1-Jan-1970. Fregnale electrical engineer of Le Puy, was hiking in the area of Bessem Friday in search for geological study, near Lake Chauvet, when he saw a kind of disc that crossed the sky from West to East. I had the time to take four shots very quickly. I saw the machine approximately during 50 seconds and after having taken the photographs I observed the craft with binoculars.
The craft – as often told – had the shape of an oval saucer. Below and in the center it seemed that there is a light bulge, but I am not certain. Around the circular part, a brilliant circle appeared. I suppose that above the apparatus, a rotor, or some other gyroscopic system, rotated very quickly, which would explain the reflection that one very clearly sees on the photographs that I took. The latest study of the 1952 negatives was published by Dr.
Summary: A selection of popular UFO books and documents. Privately produced briefing documents aiming to familiarize high government officials with the UFO evidence e. Note: Titles in bold are highly recommended reading. Chairman of the Fund for UFO Research Richard Hall also wrote a separate executive summary.
United States, and for centuries on a global scale. UFO organization of the 1950s and 1960s. Few people at that time were aware of the scope and consistency of UFO reports by credible witnesses such as scientists, professional pilots, police officers, and even U. Ruppelt who was in charge of the US Air Force’s UFO Project “Blue Book” from 1951 until 1953 and later engineer at Northrop. This is a book written from a unique insider’s point of view, who seems open-minded and mystified. KEYHOE: Yeah, well, too bad about Ruppelt. See, he came out with that book and it caused the Air Force a lot of trouble.
He had made some statements in public, articles and so forth, and newspaper interviews, and they put the heat on him. Well, after he had gone on inactive, he got a job with an aerospace company, and the Air Force put the heat on him and also the company. If he didn’t renege on some of these things he said, they were not going to have anything more to do with the company. Ridge a 40-year veteran UFO researcher with NICAP, MUFON, and CUFOS. Covers the best UFO sightings in the six-state region, from Missouri to Ohio and Indiana to Tennessee, since the turn of the 20th century.
Keyhoe headed NICAP, the biggest civilian UFO investigative organizations of the 1950s-1960s in USA. Interesting but non-essential reading material of questionable value, e. It deals with the alleged Aztec 1948 UFO crash. Scully’s book on Aztec had big impact at the time it was published, but the incident had been been written off as a hoax by the UFO research community.
However, interesting new aspects of the “Aztec UFO-crash” case were uncovered recently by Scott Ramsey. Ramsey’s research by Canadian producer Paul Kimball, released in 2004. Since Apr-2008 it also offers scanned past issues of MUFON Journal from 1970s until 2000. 000 UFO reports submitted between 1947-1969, of which over 1. 500 were listed as “unknown” i.