Why Ufology and UFO Studies Need To Go Mainstream

The Importance Of Recent Events. Two things occurred in 2019 which have changed forever the way we contemplate and investigate the UFO phenomena. Phrases like ‘game-changer’, ‘paradigm shift’, and ‘watershed moment’ spring to mind but none of these worn out cliches really capture the essence of what has happened. The first event was when the US Navy announced a change of guidelines for all personnel with regard to the reporting of what it terms UAP, Unidentified Aerial Phenomena. Prior to this change anyone reporting sightings risked losing flight status (being grounded), promotions, and career advancement, and possibly even psychiatric or psychological re-evaluation. Previously, if you told your Commanding Officer that you’d seen a UFO it could ruin your career. Now it seems, the US Navy wants its personnel to step forward and they’ll receive a sympathetic and open minded response. One can only hope the world’s airlines soon follow suit and adopt the same attitude with regard to the sightings by airline pilots. This complete change of attitude could be attributed to the fact that the number of sightings and the camera footage captured by some of the Navy’s elite pilots is so great that it can no longer be simply ignored or dismissed without investigation. If UFOs are able to fly at will in and around your carrier groups and to follow your aircraft on missions then you need to find out what they are and who is operating them! If these same objects demonstrate flying characteristics that not only out-perform the best technology that the USA can put in the air, but which defy the known laws of physics, then they are worthy of serious study, if only because of the threat they may pose to the aircraft and ships they follow. The second significant event was the announcement, again from sources within the US Navy, that the videos widely circulated in the media of UFOs captured on the IR cameras of Navy aircraft in 2004 and 2015 are real videos. It had been suggested that the videos were faked and therefore unworthy of any attention, but with these nods for the Navy everything about them was put into focus. This means that the USS Nimitz UFO Sighting incident, the pilots’ and other Navy personnel’s accounts of it, the Tic-Tac UFOs - all of it, became factual in that the sightings were real, even if the identification of the "UFO" objects remains a mystery. Why Journalists & The Media Need To Change Gear. 

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