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UFOs not UAP

Sunday, January 8, 2017 10:24
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I’m a “UFO theorist” (in my mind).
And I’m agnostic about the phenomenon, but you know that.
But, for me, the UFOs I’m interested in are Unidentified Flying Objects not Unidentified Aerial Phenomena.
The latter consists of atmospheric anomalies or other amorphous entities of a non-intelligent kind.
Then there are the things that are hallucinogenic in nature; that is, they are products of the mind, real in that sense, and worthy of neurological and/or psychological study, which I also find fascinating.
Yet, it’s those seemingly tangible artifacts that have shown up often and sometimes eject “creatures” or beings who act with apparent intent.
Many of those “sightings” or incidents are psychologically produced also, but there are a few which, from an evidence standpoint, aren’t, such as the 1967 Stephan Michalak/Falcon Lake episode, dismissed by Zoam Chomsky, [] or the 1979 Robert Taylor “assault” in Scotland set aside by the Wikipedia account as “an isolated attack of temporal lobe epilepsy.” []
Of course the 1964 Socorro sighting by Police Officer Lonnie Zamora was not an hallucinatory episode or a UAP product.
There are others, which I see as intrusions of AI machines or insertions from another dimension or time.
These are the sightings, among a few others, that intrigue (me).
They can be “explained away” as UFO buffs used to say but that is disingenuous and a superficial approach to such UFO events.
The sloth and apathy of “ufologists” have marginalized intriguing cases that seem to involve tangible (material), intelligently operated “things” that fly or land on Earth.
One can play around with such sightings but that is not “scientific” or imaginative.
One can debunk or be skeptical about such sightings or events but that would be stupid, until such efforts erase all possibilities of tangibility or apparent intelligence on the part of the “things” experienced.
Spanish UFO researcher Jose Antonio Caravaca’s “Distortion Theory” like Jacques Vallee’s “Control System” theory could answer some of the sightings I’ve noted here, except of the fact that there are remnants of reality (hard evidence) that something solid was involved, something palpable and corporeal.
Yes, some UFOs are “objects.” They are not Unidentified Phenomena.
RR – The UFO Iconoclast(s)


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