Good Blue Book article, but the New York Times makes the same mistake, again. We don’t know that the UFOs represented “an apparently technological phenomenon that was beyond human control” … as the article asserts.
I wish ufology would stop making this assumption. It’s pretty telling that many sightings happened near U.S. military bases.
Let’s start considering the terrestrial hypothesis.
Namely, that the UFOs are a product of an above-top-secret U.S. military program going all the way back to World War II and that only a certain, elite segment of the military establishment is aware of this.
This seems like such a no-brainer …
I commend the former Senator from Nevada for his outstanding efforts in this arena.
From the article: “But Reid said that the Pentagon has not done enough since then.
‘Frankly, I think the federal government has done almost nothing to help us with this,’ ” Reid said.
Perhaps this is because UFOs represent no threat to the United States? Perhaps because they are virtually all above-top-secret Pentagon platforms, some of which were developed 70 years ago?
Perhaps because it isn’t about ET, it was never about ET?
I can’t pretend to know this, but I’m just throwing it out there.