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Peter Davenport's UFO Detection Plan

From: Kathy Kasten <catraja.nul>
Date: Mon, 19 Mar 2012 17:50:20 +0000
Archived: Tue, 20 Mar 2012 06:57:01 -0400
Subject: Peter Davenport's UFO Detection Plan

Dear List:

From the Coast to Coast AM website:


UFO Detection:

In the latter half, Director of the National UFO Reporting Center,
Peter Davenport, discussed his revolutionary proposal:


for detecting UFOs in near-Earth environment, out to a distance
of around 250,000 miles. The plan calls for using a passive
radar system in which signals could be analyzed to determine a
target's size, location, and other details.

For example, such a system would be particularly useful in
identifying craft that are in our atmosphere, doing 20,000 mph,
and making sudden right turns, he said. This detection data
could be shared with scientists for analysis, and eliminate the
need for government disclosure, which doesn't appear to be
forthcoming, he commented.

Davenport said he is seeking funding for this project - around
$750,0000 is needed to set up a prototype of the passive radar
system operating station - much of that cost would go toward
developing the software for analyzing the intercepted signals.

Ultimately, he foresees a kind of webcam system in which all
the UFO detection information would be available on one public
website in real time. He also talked about his UFO Hotline, which
recently has received reports of spherical fireball-type objects


I found Davenport and I agreed. Enough cases have been collected.
That is in the past. It is time to look forward and prove once and
for all that ET craft are flying our skies.

We are in agreement that whatever 'alien abduction' turns to be,
it is not the acts of 'benevolent brothers' (as early abductees
claimed), but sinister. Davenport believes that the ETs have the
capability of manipulating humans perceptions and control the

He is firmly convinced that his "passive radar system" will
provide proof positive of visitations and will convince the
scientific community that the phenomena is real and needs to be

Davenport alleges that the U.S. Navy built a passive radar
system that keeps track of near space objects, now run by the
U.S. Air Force.

Davenport contacted the Fort Hicks, Texas facility. They took
his call and transferred him to the Public Relations Office.

When the officer found out it was Davenport, she knew who he was
and hung up on him. He never got to ask any questions and doubts
that today his phone calls would not get through. He was looking
for information as to whether that facility picked up and
recorded anomalous space objects.


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