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Wednesday, March 05, 2014

Project Blue Book Lives On!

As some of you know, at our private UFO spot on the internet (to which a few were invited), I’ve placed FOI documents garnered by a member.

The papers indicate that Project Stork, which I touched on last year here, is still operating, and receiving UFO reports from everyone but the public.

It doesn’t surprise that government agencies and the military would continue its interest in UFOs and that the demise of Blue Book was a ruse.

What does surprise is that ufologists haven’t followed up on this.

I’ll add some more information here but won’t disclose much so the UFO rabble can't muck up what legitimate researchers might be able to discern.

RR

13 Comments:

  • I promise not to muck it up!

    By Blogger Mark OC, at Wednesday, March 05, 2014  

  • Please correct my logic if I am wrong:

    If a researcher is not "legitimate", they are *illegitimate*.

    If they are "illegitimate" then they are *rabble*. Noting that the word "rabble" also implies a "large number" as well as "uncouth and uncultured".

    If they are "rabble", they have no ability to *discern*.

    If they are unable to "discern", they are *blind*.

    If they are "blind", they "muck" anything they get a hold of.

    Based upon the above one might conclude:

    There exists a large number of uncouth and uncultured persons of illegitimate origin who are blind and will muck anything they can get their hands on....

    I have suspected this was the case all along but would like my logic checked.... after all I make no claim to being anything but a legitimate observer and one cannot properly observe without a proper player roster.

    regards,

    By Blogger Joel Crook, at Wednesday, March 05, 2014  

  • Joel:

    There's no logic in ufology.

    But you know that.

    RR

    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Wednesday, March 05, 2014  

  • One more thing to look at: re-read your last post and then ask yourself "Is it possible that this is a disinformation project?" If it is not then what exactly is the intended purpose of the data collection? Who is the recipient?

    By Blogger Joel Crook, at Wednesday, March 05, 2014  

  • No, Joel...

    Project Stork lives on and is a de facto Blue Book operation.

    But no one really cares.

    Ufology and UFOs are moribund.

    RR

    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Wednesday, March 05, 2014  

  • Joel:

    Your logic reminds me of those puzzles in logic which Lewis Carroll (aka Rev Charles Lutwidge Dodgson) was so fond of. He published loads & loads of them.

    By Blogger cda, at Thursday, March 06, 2014  

  • @ CDA:

    Yes... Carroll did try to do something that would be unheard of today: Teaching syllogisms to children. He apparently was successful in doing so.

    I have a copy of the complete collection of Lewis Carroll's works as well as Martin Gardner's Annotated Alice.

    @ Rich:
    The question is whether or not this was a "meaningful" operation [i.e. one whose purpose relates to actual "unusual events or unidentified objects"] or if it just another "terrestrial" counter-intelligence/intelligence operation to cover "black ops" or "black technology".

    It is well known that Blue Book was a "white wash in blue"... Calling this a continuation of Blue Book should set "legitimate researchers" teeth on edge.

    I believe my father would have leaned toward it being either a disinformation operation or a "listening post" for "terrestrial" discoveries which require a disinformation operation.

    By Blogger Joel Crook, at Thursday, March 06, 2014  

  • Sorry Joel...

    The FOI papers indicate the Stork Project is an authentic project, collecting UFO reports from members of the military and other agencies or organizations with cachet.

    Reports from the public are eschewed.

    RR

    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Thursday, March 06, 2014  

  • Do you plan on posting the documents at some stage?

    All the best,

    Isaac

    By Blogger Isaac Koi, at Thursday, March 06, 2014  

  • Isaac:

    I can comment on them but a member of our private venue actually got the docuemts and they'd have to provide them.

    I'll ask.

    RR

    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Thursday, March 06, 2014  

  • RR:

    Thanks. I look forward to hearing from you.

    Isaac

    By Blogger Isaac Koi, at Friday, March 07, 2014  

  • Hi Rich,

    Any joy so far asking the relevant member whether he consents to the posting posting of the documents that (allegedly) show "...Project Stork ... is still operating, and receiving UFO reports..."?

    (If it's a matter of any technical issue and/or finding webspace, I'd be happy to help out by uploading searchable PDF copies of the documents to a free file storage website if you or the relevant member emails me a at isaackoi@gmail.com).

    Given the number of times that I've seen somewhat inaccurate summaries online (and in books for that matter) of UFO documents, I have a fairly strong preference for actually reading the source material itself - and seeing such source material shared freely online.

    All the best,

    Isaac

    By Blogger Isaac Koi, at Friday, March 14, 2014  

  • Isaac:

    The person who got the FOI documents is preparing a book or article about Project Stork and was a bit irritated with me for creating a premature to-do about the papers.

    While some of the documents are online, at a private venue, the persons with access won't disclose what's available quite yet.

    I'll try to provide some supporting links I found on my own.

    RR

    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Friday, March 14, 2014  

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