The question has been asked and asked again: WHY the UFO secrecy? Back in 1989, Whitley Strieber got information from an uncle in the Air Force and his longtime friend and commanding officer, General Arthur Exon, the commandant of Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, that suggested a shocking answer to this question that goes far beyond anything ever discussed in the UFO community.

The answer lies deeply embedded in the physics of perception and was first put forward by a cyberneticist and physicist, Dr. John von Neumann, called in his time "the smartest man in the world."

Whitley embarked on a study of the so-called quantum perception problem to determine if the explosive and terrifying reason might be true.

The question has been asked and asked again: WHY the UFO secrecy? Back in 1989, Whitley Strieber got information from an uncle in the Air Force and his longtime friend and commanding officer, General Arthur Exon, the commandant of Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, that suggested a shocking answer to this question that goes far beyond anything ever discussed in the UFO community.

The answer lies deeply embedded in the physics of perception and was first put forward by a cyberneticist and physicist, Dr. John von Neumann, called in his time "the smartest man in the world."

Whitley embarked on a study of the so-called quantum perception problem to determine if the explosive and terrifying reason might be true.