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His scope of operation Yes, after many cancelled programs I finally went full-time into Ufology after 14 years. Rupplet hoped to learn something about UFO phenomenon by applying statistical methods.
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Now, nearly 2 decades later, many sites have caught on and archiving the data — but they want to charge you for it. Yet, while he found it highly likely that intelligent life existed beyond earth, he had no hard evidence of any extra terrestrial visitation. All Rights Reserved. Major Friend era[ edit ] Major Robert J. Condon Committee Criticism of Blue Book continued to grow through the mids. Blum writes that some of these official documents depart drastically from the normally dry and bureaucratic wording of government paperwork, making obvious the sense of "terror" that these UFO incidents inspired in many U. Within the "known" catogory only 1. He claims even the most hardened Ufologist who believes that there is something behind these reports will admit that at least nine out of ten cases are misperceptions and hoaxes. For years, this data sat on microfilm in the National Archives. Why did you decide to post the files? Blue Book Special Report No. This was the exact opposite result predicted by skeptics, who usually argued unknowns were poorer quality cases involving unreliable witnesses that could be solved if only better information were available. Beginning in late March , the Institute started analyzing existing sighting reports and encoding about 30 report characteristics onto IBM punched cards for computer analysis. Col Quintanilla wrote the manuscript in , but it was not published until after his death in
James E. Quintanilla states in the text that he personally believed it arrogant to think human beings were the only intelligent life in the universe.
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Within the "known" catogory only 1. Government with a cover-up of UFO evidence. Even today, it represents the largest such study ever undertaken. Project blue book special report no. After investigating over 12, incidents, the military's 22 year-long effort to crack the mystery of UFOs ended with anger, suspicion and claims of a cover up. In , there were U. Yes, after many cancelled programs I finally went full-time into Ufology after 14 years. David Rudiak, Kathleen Marden, etc. This was the exact opposite of the result predicted by skeptics, who usually argued unknowns were poorer quality cases involving unreliable witnesses that could be solved if only better information were available. Of the period when the project was lead by Major Hector Quintanilla he wrote, "Quintanilla's method was simple: disregard any evidence that was counter to his hypothesis. The General Accounting Office audit involved a number of government agencies but focused on the Air Force. It was the Battelle Institute that devised the standardized reporting form. He seems to know very little though he has strong opinions. I have quoted these numbers before. Bruce Maccabee, who extensively reviewed the data, have noted that the conclusions of the analysts were usually at odds with their own statistical results, displayed in charts, tables, graphs and maps.
Little investigation was conducted, and many of the "explanations" strained credulity. The classified version was completed in late ; a declassified version was published for government use only in by the Air Technical Intelligence Center.
A few years later see bookthe project would be even louder. Friend was appointed the head of Blue Book in He often learns of interesting cases only a month or two after the receipt of the report at Blue Book.
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