On Sunday, I listened to this interview of Rick Wiles, and I was deeply saddened that Rick has not changed and repented of his great sins. At best, Rick Wiles is a proud, arrogant rebel against God.
Instead, the team has decided to publish the report as a quarterly newsletter.
This will provide a more comprehensive view of market changes and trends. However, if you require any used-car market information in between each quarter, please contact the Public Relations team.
The Blue Book Market Report will now be distributed once in the first, second, third and fourth quarters of each year, with the below report serving as the inaugural issue for the third quarter of Ruppelt, admitted that UFO reports were getting better. Although many UFO sightings were admittedly easily explainable, the Air Force and Project Blue Book repeatedly resorted to trite unfounded explanations in an attempt to explain even the more credible UFO reports.
Promising leads were often dropped with unsatisfactory explanations, questionable UFO reports listed as a "possible balloon" or "possibly a planet" were changed to "balloon" or "planet" for no apparent reason other than closing the files on the cases. If there were many witnesses to a UFO sighting, the Project Blue Book staff would ask for further proof, such as photos.
If photos were supplied, they were branded as "fakes". If motion picture footage was furnished, it was labeled as "natural phenomena" and sometimes returned to the owner with several frames of film missing. The conclusions of these reports are summed up in a Project Blue Book Report dated which states:Download Project Blue Book Reports PDF format versions of Project Grudge and Blue Book Statusand Special Reports & 14 are now available for benjaminpohle.com documents have been extracted from the archive, renderedas searchable PDFs, and made available for download.
Project Blue Book Special Report 14 showed that % of the cases reported to Blue Book between and were classified as unknowns.
Quite a high number, especially given the fact that Blue Book's purpose was to try to explain these things away to take the heat off of the Air Force. Project Blue Book Special Report No. BLUE BOOK -- A U.S.
Air Force, UFO, and Alien Intelligence collection and disinformation project. This project was terminated and its collected information and duties were absorbed by Project AQUARIUS.
AI and machine learning deployments are hitting the mainstream in enterprises, but executives still hesitate to blindly accept insights from inside the "black box" without seeing the logic behind them. Blue Book is a "continuation" of the original Project Blue Book, established by the Air Force, and was located at wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Dayton, Ohio.
Dec 27, · Stanton Friedman discusses Project Blue Book Special Report #14 - a study on UFO reports conducted by the Batelle Memorial Institute on behalf of the United States Air Force.
|Project Blue Book Special Report No||Air Force pilot chases a UFO and dies.|
|. Project Blue Book Special Report 14, ibid.||Air Force released it's Project Blue Book Special Report14 in Octobera couple of questions were raised that have not beenanswered to this day. Over the years possible answers to these questionshave been given quasi-mythic status by some in the UFO reportingcommunity.|
|Project Blue Book Special Report No||It was the Battelle Institute that devised the standardized reporting form. Starting in late Marchthe Institute started analyzing existing sighting reports and encoding about 30 report characteristics onto IBM punch cards for computer analysis.|
|I am your father – Blue Milk Special||Air Force RegulationUnidentified Flying Objects Reporting In his book see external links Ruppelt described the demoralization of the Blue Book staff and the stripping of their investigative duties following the Robertson Panel jurisdiction.|
|Browse By Author: B - Project Gutenberg||Air Force RegulationUnidentified Flying Objects Reporting In his book see external links Ruppelt described the demoralization of the Blue Book staff and the stripping of their investigative duties following the Robertson Panel jurisdiction. As an immediate consequence of the Robertson Panel recommendations, in Februarythe Air Force issued Regulationordering air base officers to publicly discuss UFO incidents only if they were judged to have been solved, and to classify all the unsolved cases to keep them out of the public eye.|