Monday, August 04, 2014

Unexplained Sightings Met With Denial / Aviation Safety Neglected

Many people, upon hearing of a reported UFO, laugh it off: "Ha ha! Little, green men.", and the like.

But... Did You Know?:
"In the 1950's, pilots and crew reported seeing flying discs, cigar-shaped craft with portholes... all with extraordinary technical capabilities.  Documents show the unexplained objects were considered a national security concern.  By order of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, commercial pilots were required to report sightings and the unauthorized release of a UFO report could cost them ten years in prison or a $10,000 fine."

And yet... despite the fact that, even today, commercial pilots and crew are continuing to observe these objects - with some of them experiencing 'near-misses' and/or having electronics/communication affected by close proximity to the objects:  "The vast majority of sightings by American pilots are still not reported. The media perpetuates the censorship and ridicule, handicapping the collection of valuable data."

"In contrast, other countries are openly investigating the impact of UAP ("Unidentified Aerial Phenomena") on aviation safety."

Screw the U.S. government's/military brass' discomfort with honesty/disclosure.

Dr. Richard F. Haines' (former NASA chief and Raytheon scientist) study "Aviation Safety in America - A Previously Neglected Factor" (with over 100 pilot/crew reports of encounters) has already proven (back in 2000) that unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) are a well-documented aviation safety issue.

(Source: This remarkable article by investigative journalist/author, Leslie Kean.)

Unexplained Sightings Met With Denial - Leslie Kean

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