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Re: Videotaping Those Elusive Aliens

From: Eleanor White <eleanor.nul
Date: Wed, 17 Oct 2007 17:10:45 -0400
Archived: Thu, 18 Oct 2007 07:17:39 -0400
Subject: Re: Videotaping Those Elusive Aliens

>From: Jason Gammon <BoyintheMachine.nul>
>To: ufoupdates.nul
>Date: Sun, 14 Oct 2007 19:48:49 EDT
>Subject: Re: Videotaping Those Elusive Aliens


>... I believe it would be quite possible to produce results which
>would prove to be a scientific-foundation for the further and
>mainstream research of the Ufological/Abduction field.

Well at least one abductee reports repeated power outages,
matching abduction dates and times - which supposedly would have
been seen on the CUFOS (?) study data - have happened in one
case, maybe more.

That alone should interest bona fide scientists who don't have
some other agenda, or who aren't fearful.

It would be relatively inexpensive for an abductee to simply log
abduction experiences, and note whether a frequent time
announcement and an AC clock show the same time after each
experience. I would recommend that after each abduction
experience, the abductee tune to an all-news channel for the
time, instead of relying on a battery-operated clock.

The AC clock should have a relay in series which drops out
(prevents further power from getting to the clock after the
power is restored.) I will personally assemble these power-off
relay boxes for any abductee who wants one for an actual power
outage study. (Because I'm not well off, I'd ask to be
reimbursed for the cost of materials and shipping. The units
will be fused for additional safety.)

Also make sure the AC clock is of the 'hands' type - a digital
clock loses time when the power goes out, and can also have an
internal battery or capacitor backup which can make accurate
time of an outage not recoverable. A battery-operated clock with
hands would also work - the battery would be replaced with a
'wall mount' style plug-in power supply.

How about a few abductees do that on their own, since clearly
there is no interest in asking CUFOS, or whoever owns the data,
in doing that simple quick check of the data.

At least then, repeated reports of power outages matching the
dates and times of logged abduction experiences would pile up,
and might become useful as a "crowbar" to budge those who like
to cuddle up to the idea that abductions are really just "mental
aberrations." (Are you reading this, Susan Clancy?)

Maybe that simple exercise could get an actual study going, and
this time, abductees, make _sure_ you get in writing that you
will get to see the _raw_ data immediately, and that the public
also gets to see it immediately.

Make sure you keep photocopies of all log sheets you turn in.
Maybe even getting a receipt would be a good idea, since in one
case, the person the log sheets were turned into "forgot" they
were turned in.

There has been _far_ too much UFO secrecy in the last 60 years!

Eleanor White

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