tedphillips.org, [off-line Nov-2009?]ufophysical.com - Center for Physical Trace Research (CPTR) by Ted Phillips, has amassed a database with over 3300 UFO landing trace cases from all over the world, e.g. The Delphos Kansas 1971 UFO Landing Ring:
Videos of Ted Phillips' on the subject of UFO landing traces and statistics of UFO mass and size. The first video is an extract from a 1979 pro-UFO documentary and the 2nd is from 2006 UFO conference, after 38 years of investigations:
Bruce Maccabee, PhD (optical physicist) has researched the UFO subject for decades and published several studies on his personal website and elsewhere, e.g. UFO acceleration. He uncovers several important historical cases.
He was the original Roswell investigator, interviewing Maj.Marcel in 1978 and later taking part in the MJ12 documents research.
His site has several articles, e.g. The UFO Challenge, UFOs: Challenge to SETI. His video lecture "Flying saucers are real" (2 DVDs, Vol.I and Vol.II 1993) on the UFO subject (somewhat poor video quality by today's standards). Listen to the "debate" UFOlogy and SETI with SETI's Dr. Seth Shostak on Coast2Coast radio on 21-Jul-2004 (ED2K link here). There are many more radio interview MP3 files of Friedman in ED2K P2P net, generally presenting his standard arguments towards the reality of "flying saucers" and his belief of their extra-terrestrial origin, with some new bits and pieces.
Stan Friedman is the face of Ufology and has been attacked almost unmercifully over the years (last one was the ABC Peter Jennings 2005 UFO Special mockumentary part on Roswell). But he gets the word out, many people learned about the reality UFOs because of his lectures and TV/radio show appearances. He is articulate, even though some feel that Friedman's views are fraught with both wheat and chaff and he has failed to separate them in a meaningful way.
(e.g. ironically - since in Ufological circles he's referred to as "Flying Saucer Physicist", I beg to differ with Friedman's views in things like UFO propulsion, his references to MHD, his "hot potato"-effect for how UFO occupants survive the tremendous accelerations observed)
The first video the typical points Stanton Friedman makes about UFO/ET:
He has also co-authored 2 books "Crash at Corona" about the Roswell incident and "Top Secret MAJIC" about the MJ12 papers.
Jacques F. Vallee PhD (astronomy, computer science) researcher and author, papers on UAP.
Alleged UFO physical evidence / fragments:
Isle of Vaddo, Sweden, 1956
Ubatuba magnesium, 1957
Bob White, teardrop-like fragment - mostly aluminum, 1985
Research scientists involved in analysis of UFO-related physical evidence: Phyllis Budinger, W.C. Levengood of Pinelandia Biophysical Lab in Grass Lake, MI
List of discredited UFO sightings from *U* UFO Database by Larry Hatch -- although it includes some arbitrary "explanations", e.g. the 1976 "UFO cross" by 2 policemen. Note: the original website www.larryhatch.com is down, as its author had a health issue in 2006 and is now recovering.
nufosmatic.com plots NUFORC's sighting reports on Maps (National Unidentified Flying Object Sighting Mapping, Analysis, and Tracking Integration Cybersite)
Dorothy Izatt of Vancouver Canada, who in the 1970s recorded some quite interesting footage on analog, Super-8 film
Operacao Prato (aka "Operation Saucer") of the Brazilian Army in 1977.
In the years of 1977 and 1978, locals of northern Brazil were terrorized by what they described as luminous and vampire balls of light, a phenomenon soon nicknamed "chupa-chupa", meaning "suck-suck". The panic reached great proportions and led to the creation of a military operation of the Brazilian Air force dedicated to investigate the subject, called "Operation Saucer". More at forgetomori
Caelestia.be Belgian organization with a skeptical bend, interesting photo galleries on UAPs
ovnis usa French language UFO site by Didier de Plaige
Auguste Meessen Belgian Ufologist, formulated a "Pulsed EM Propulsion" model. It involves the action of electric and magnetic fields on electric charges, resulting from an adequate ionization of the ambient air. He also shows how the required, extremely intense, but low frequency field can be produced.
CohenUFO.org select cases and moments from UFO history by musician Jerry Cohen, who saw one hover near his home in 1967
Dr. James Deardorff research site on "Talmud Jmmanuel" and UFO-biblical connections. He presenting his case about Jesus Christ as a real historical person and ET contactee. Note: Deardorff embraces the controversial "Billy Meier" Swiss contactee case, which nearly all UFO researchers consider a crude hoax.
FOTOCAT (fotocat.blogspot.com) is a project by the Anomaly Foundation (Spain), managed by Spanish skeptic Vicente-Juan Ballester Olmos, to maintain a catalogue (Excel spreadsheet) of UFO (and IFO) photos. It reached 10,000 photos in 2010.
Faded Disks Audio Archive of UFO History by Wendy Connors. Preserving audio interviews from the first 3 decades (1950s - 1970s) of the UFO phenomenon.
Typology of advanced unidentified vehicles attempts to find patterns between UFO craft observed over the years [note: offline for the past months -- I've kept a mirror of it, if you want a copy] inactive, wayback machine copy
stargate-chronicles.com by Clark McClelland, former ScO, Space Shuttle Fleet, Kennedy Space Center, Florida (1958-1992). His stories about UFOs, which he has studied for 50+ years.
ufos: the military unmasked presents the case of UFOs (and actions attributed to them, such as cattle mutilations) etc actually being clandestine operations by the military of USA, to maintain a "ET threat" for military-industrial complex profits after the WWII arms reduction. The author presents the case that UFOs are actually deceptions - luminous projections, generated by e.g. plasma technology, particle beam and laser weapons. I think that, although per the "Disclosure Project" there probably is a rogue group inside the US military carrying out clandestine operations and blaming it on "ETs", most of the author's speculations simply don't fit (all of) the UFO evidence and especially the chronology of events.
UFOs in Renaissance art:
[off-line / defunct?]www.ufoartwork.com by Matthew Hurley. An interesting compilation of around 60 paintings and sculptures, from prehistoric to medieval times, which could be interpreted as depicting UFO and spacemen-type images. The site also includes UFO photographs from before 1947 (when the UFO phenomenon is often described as having begun) and some probably hoaxed and misunderstood images.
Wish-list: Preservation of UFO history. TBV scan/OCR and offer online material (newsletters, papers etc) from 1950s-1970s: NICAP, APRO, FSR, FadedDiscs.
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