Monday, August 15, 2011

Grey Alien

Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs) This issue is no longer being investigated by the Defense Department. As you may know, the United States Air Force began investigating UFOs in 1948 under a program called Project Sign. Later the program's name was changed to Project Grudge, and in 1953 it was changed again to Project Blue Book. On December 17, 1969, the Secretary of the Air Force announced the termination of Project Blue Book.

The decision to discontinue UFO investigations was based on a number of factors, including reports and studies by the University of Colorado and the National Academy of Sciences, as well as past UFO studies and the Air Force's two decades of experience investigating UFO reports.

As a result of these investigations, studies, and experience, the conclusions of Project Blue Book were:

No UFO reported, investigated, and evaluated by the Air Force has ever given any indication of threat to our national security.

There has been no evidence submitted to or discovered by the Air Force that sightings categorized as "unidentified" represent technological developments or principles beyond the range of present-day scientific knowledge.

Grey AlienThere has been no evidence indicating that sightings categorized as "unidentified" are extraterrestrial vehicles.

Between 1948 and 1969 the Air Force investigated 12,618 reported UFO sightings. Of these, 11,917 were found to have been caused by material objects such as balloons, satellites, and aircraft; immaterial objects such as lightning, reflections, and other natural phenomena; astronomical objects such as stars, planets, the sun, and the moon; weather conditions; and hoaxes. Only 701 reported sightings remain unexplained.

All documentation regarding the former Blue Book investigation was permanently transferred to the Military Reference Branch, National Archives and Records Administration, 8th and Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, DC 20408, and is available for public review. A list of private organizations interested in aerial phenomena can be found in Gale's Encyclopedia of Associations, available in the reference section of many libraries. Air Force Fact Sheets on this topic may be viewed, including one about the so-called Roswell Incident . The Naval Historical Center has compiled a bibliography.

Artistic depiction of a Grey Alien. Drawing made by user LeCire for its use on Wikipedia, pencil technique with digital painting.

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starsunflowerstudio said...

I think that there were a lot more than 701. I've heard many stories from people seeing craft from back then. Some say that when the news arrived in the newspaper, it was called a "weather baloon" or something of this nature, meaning they didn't want to talk about it publicly back then. Multiple people seeing something that was definitely not a weather baloon, lol! Have you seen the disclosure project?

In the month of June I saw more craft than I can count. I didn't see a physical disk though, just lights that don't look like airplanes or satellites, and are too close to the ground to be satellites. Back in the 90's I saw several ships (physical silver disc craft) going upwards in the air. My friend was with me and we asked others who were exiting from a Meijer store where we were. All people who responded to us asking what they thought they were, confirmed that they were not planes or anything like that. They didn't know what they were either.

Anyways, I could ramble on and on about this. Nice blog you have here!

sookietex said...

Thank you. Seen many documentaries on UFOs Don't recall specifically if disclosure project was one of them. One thing is for sure this subject will continue to be debated for lifetimes to come.

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