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PilotSightings
Review of Selected Sightings From Aircraft (1942-1952)
Richard F. Haines
A total of 285 aircrew reports are reviewed for the period 1 January 1942 to 31 December 1952. Of the total 68 percent were military, 20 percent commercial, 11 percent private, and 1 percent unspecified. Twenty-nine cases (10.2 per cent) involved some form of electro-magnetic effect; they are reviewed in some detail.
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PhysicalTraceCases
Top Physical Trace Cases - Cases of High Strangeness - A Preliminary List
Ted Phillips, Center for Physical TraceResearch
The following is a preliminary list of High Strangeness cases involving physical traces associated with UFO sightings. It is not complete and will be added to as additional reports are received. These cases represent some of the high strangeness trace/landing events from a database of over 4,000 such events. R
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PilotSightings
CEFAA (Chile) Aviation-Related UFO Case Files
NARCAP (National Aviation Reporting Center on Anomalous Phenomena)
Thirteen reports from the Committee for Studies of Anomalous Aerial Phenomena (CEFAA), an official agency of the Chilean Air Force that investigates UFO sightings.
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CropCircles
Peculiarities of Crop Circles
Crop Circle Central
There are a number of observations that have been made over the years that seem to indicate that there are particular characteristics that "genuine" (or non-mandmade) formations appear to exhibit. Some of the observations are listed below: R
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PilotSightings
U.K. Civil Aviation Authority case files 1978-1984 (Word format)
NARCAP (National Aviation Reporting Center on Anomalous Phenomena)
Since 1995, the British Civil Aviation Authority, CAA, has been releasing case files of aviation related observations and incidents involving UFOs/UAP. The CAA has been carefully and quietly collecting and analyzing data regarding near-collisions between aircraft and UFOs/UAP since at least the late 1970ís .
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PilotSightings
Aircrew Survey Project Results
NARCAP (National Aviation Reporting Center on Anomalous Phenomena)
This paper presents the results of a confidential aircrew survey presented to 298 currently rated and flying commercial pilots employed by a U. S. airline. Out of the 70 completed surveys, 23% of pilots said they had seen something they could not identify in flight.
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PilotSightings
Aviation-UFO Air Misses
UFOs at Close Sight
One of the frequent skeptical comments is "If there were UFOs, how do you explain that pilots do not meet them in the air?". Well they do meet. Sometimes pilots wonder if they will not meet them just a little too close. Information and cases of aviation-related UFO sightings and near misses.
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PhysicalEvidence
Sturrock Report - Physical Evidence Related to UFO Reports
Peter A. Sturrock, Stanford University, in Journal for Scientific Exploration
The purpose of this four-day workshop was to review purported physical evidence associated with UFO reports, with a view to assessing whether the further acquisition and investigation of such evidence is likely to help solve the UFO problem, namely the determination of the cause or causes of these reports.
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PhysicalTraceCases
Biochemical traumatology as a potent tool for identifying actual stresses elicited by unidentified sources: Evidence for plant metabolic disorders in correlation with a UFO landing
by Bounias, Michel C. L. (1990), J. Scientific Exploration, Vol. 4, No. 1, p. 1.
Following an accurate testimony of a "UFO" landing, samples of a wild strain of Alfalfa were collected at the epicentre and at various increasing distances of the trace left on the ground 4 and 40 days after the observation. A
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PhysiologicalEffects
UFO-Related Human Physiological Effects
John F. Schuessler, Journal of Scientific Investigation
A significant number of UFO reports contain information suggesting that human physiological and psychological damage, animal reactions, and physical trace effects are caused by the UFO encounter. If this assertion is true, then we have an opportunity to provide the "proof" of reality sought by most researchers if we properly amass and utilize the results of the investigations. Important to researchers is the availability of historical data in a conveniently usable form. This document provides the first edition of a subset of the overall database - a catalog of UFO-related human physiological effects.
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PhysicalTraceCases
Ted Phillips' Physical Trace Catalogue
by Paul Fuller
These selections from the Ted Phillips Trace Catalogue originally appeared in several editions of the Crop Watcher magazine. and were compiled by British researcher, Paul Fuller. (Contains a selection of cases from Ted Phillips' Physical Trace Catalogue). The catalogue was published in 1975 by CUFOS and its proper title is Physical Traces Associated with UFO Sightings, A Preliminary Catalogue.
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PhysicalEvidence
Physical Analyses in Ten Cases of Unexplained Aerial Objects with Material Samples
Jacques F. Vallee, Journal of Scientific Exploration
A survey of ten cases of unexplained aerial phenomena accompanied by material residues shows a broad distribution of natural elements, many of which are metallic in nature. They can be roughly described as belonging in two categories: "light materials" of high conductivity such as aluminum, and "slag-like materials" reminiscent of industrial byproducts. Most of those cases under consideration strive to meet four criteria: 1) the literature gives sufficient ground to support the fact that an unusual aerial phenomenon occurred, 2) the circumstances of the actual recovery of the specimen are reported, 3) there is data to suggest that the specimen is in fact linked to the observed aerial object, and 4) physical analysis has been performed by a competent laboratory of known reliability. In several instances the sample is available for continuing study by independent scientists.
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PilotSightings
When Pilots See UFOs
Dennis Stacy, Air & Space Magazine
Air & Space Magazine published this article by Dennis Stacy in its December 1987/January 1988 issue. R
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SETI
Sky & Telescope Magazine - SETI Section
News and backgrounders on the Search for ExtraTerrestrial Intelligence and other topics on life in the universe.
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CropCircles
The Biophysics of Crop Circles
Freddy Silva, The Crop Circular
Biological and physical effects and changes on plants in crop circles.
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CE-5
The Findings of the CSETI Rapid Mobilization Investigative Team (RMIT) in MexicoJanuary 30 - February 4, 1993
Steven M. Greer M.D. International Director of CSETI
Following is a report concerning the RMIT Events of Jan. 30 - Feb. 4, 1993. This report is an assessment of these events by Steven M. Greer M.D. and relies on the written reports of the members of the team as well as his own experiences in Mexico. R
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SETI
SERENDIP - The UC Berkeley SETI Program
The UC Berkeley SETI Program, SERENDIP (Search for Extraterrestrial Radio Emissions from Nearby Developed Intelligent Populations) is an ongoing scientific research effort aimed at detecting radio signals from extraterrestrial civilizations. The project is the world's only "piggyback" SETI system, operating alongside simultaneously conducted conventional radio astronomy observations. SERENDIP is currently piggybacking on the 1,000-foot dish at Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico, the largest radio telescope in the world. SERENDIP is dedicated to providing an answer to the age-old question "Are we alone?"
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CE-5
The Peace Project - Outreach to the Cosmos
Shari Adamiak, CSETI
In late July of 1995, the research team of Joachim Koch, a Surgeon from Berlin, Germany, and his colleague, Hans-Juőrgen Kyborg, also of Berlin, put into play their second multi-group meditation project in Wiltshire County, England. In July of 1994, Joachim and Hans brought together groups to test their hypothesis regarding energy grids, perhaps activated by extraterrestrials, which occurred around sacred sites, ancient monuments, and seemed to be connected with the formation or location of certain crop circles. R
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SETI
The SETI League
The SETI League is a grassroots, international alliance of amateur and professional radioastronomers, radio amateurs, microwave experimenters and digital signal processing enthusiasts, who have banded together in a systematic, scientific search of the heavens to detect credible evidence of intelligent, extra-terrestrial life.
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CE-5
The Story that 48 Hours Missed
Wayne Peterson
CSETI allowed a crew from CBS's 48 Hours "news show" to accompany an RMIT, March 20, 1994 to show its audience CSETI, doing real-time research in an area of known UFO/ET activity at Mount Popocatepetl in central Mexico. R
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SETI
SETI@Home
SETI@home is one of the SETI projects that searches for extraterrestrial life. SETI@home allows anyone with a computer and an Internet connection to take part in the search. By using the computer while the owner is away, the SETI@home screensaver is able to search for extraterrestrial signals.
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CE-5
Brief Summary of CSETI Research Results
Steven M. Greer MD, Director, CSETI
Summaries of 4 major CE-5 expeditions by CSETI in 1992-93. From Mexico, Florida, England and Belgium. R
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SETI
Space.com - SETI: Search for Life

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SETI
The SETI Institute
The SETI Institute serves as an institutional home for scientific and educational projects relevant to the nature, distribution, and prevalence of life in the universe. The Institute conducts and/or encourages research and related activities in a large number of fields including, but not limited to, all science and technology aspects of astronomy and the planetary sciences, chemical evolution, the origin of life, biological evolution, and cultural evolution. The Institute also has a primary goal to conduct and encourage public information and education related to these topics.
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SETI
Are We Alone? The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence - ABCNews.com

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SETI
The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence
Carl Sagan and Frank Drake, Scientific American, 1997
Is mankind alone in the universe? Or are there somewhere other intelligent beings looking up into their night sky from very different worlds and asking the same kind of question? Are there civilizations more advanced than ours, civilizations that have achieved interstellar communication and have established a network of linked societies throughout our galaxy? Such questions, bearing on the deepest problems of the nature and destiny of mankind, were long the exclusive province of theology and speculative fiction. Today for the first time in human history they have entered into the realm of experimental science. R
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SETI
Can SETI Succeed: Carl Sagan and Ernst Mayr Debate
Here we present both sides of the philosophical and scientific debate. First, one of the most prominent evolutionary specialists of this century, Ernst Mayr of Harvard University's Museum of Comparative Zoology, delivers the main arguments of the uniqueness hypothesis. Mayr notes that, since they are based on facts, the various degrees of uniqueness are a problem for SETI, not a hypothesis. The late Carl Sagan of The Planetary Society and Cornell University's Laboratory of Planetary Studies responds to Mayr's statements and expresses the optimist's view.
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SETI
The Future of SETI
Seth Shostak
Searches for extraterrestrial intelligence are about to expand into new realms, thanks to new advances in technology and new thinking.
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SETI
SETI Searches Today
Alan M. MacRobert
Bigger and better hunts than ever are seeking radio and laser emissions from other civilizations. Hereís a rundown of all the searches now under way worldwide, comparing the capabilities of each.
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SETI
Allen Telescope Array: SETI's Next Big Step
Alan M. MacRobert
SETI researchers have long had to beg time on instruments built for conventional radio astronomy. Now they're building one of their own. Its capabilities will be eye-popping.
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