Trail of the Saucers editors Bryce Zabel and David Bates both read the latest book from Knapp, Kelleher and Lacatski. They have opinions.
A deductive approach to why some UFOs are likely ET
This open letter challenges your UFO skepticism. Can you go beyond sound bites and punch lines to get to the heart of the matter?
The Galileo Project provides closure to those frustrating conversations in my youth, where the adults in the room pretended to know much…
The discovery of equipment from extraterrestrial civilizations will have a profound impact on humanity. The newly announced Galileo Project…
Forty years ago, Carl Sagan and I debated UFO reality in the PBS parking lot. It was a close encounter that I’ll never forget.
Skeptical Inquirer ‘debunker’ Robert Sheaffer uses obfuscation and omission to dismiss an exhaustively documented UFO case.
Guest columnist Avi Loeb says those who insist uncomfortable ideas are unscientific are holding back potentially important discoveries.
Scientists should have been interested in the UFO/UAP issue. Instead, their public spurning has been nearly total.
Cold War-era physicist James E. McDonald and today’s Neil deGrasse Tyson could not approach the UFO scientific challenge more differently.
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In 1974, the struggle to legitimize scientific reporting of UFO/UAP reality pitted two giant intellects against each other.
The mysteries of our existence and the unknowable enigmas of our reality are the challenge of our times. We may never know the full truth.
55 members of the Scientific Coalition for UAP Studies (SCU) call for the U.S. government to work more closely with them.
Writer/producer in features & TV. Creator, five primetime series. Ex: TV Academy CEO; CNN reporter; USC professor. Author. UFO analyst. Investigative reporter.
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