This week we start with New York Times Reporter Leslie Kean telling us the TRUTH behind Project Blue Book and how the new History Channel show measures up to reality. You can read her and Ralph Blumenthal’s New York Times story on Blue Book here.
What starts as an apology for missing a blatant ethical issue that flew over the host’s head during last week’s interview ends in a call for adopting a universal code of ethics in ufology, because that’s what is needed for this to be taken seriously as a field of study.
In a presentation delivered to a meeting held by the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence Institute last spring, a scientist from NASA put forward the notion that the idea that extraterrestrials may already be visiting Earth isn’t such a crazy one, and that SETI might invest some resources into studying high-quality UFO reports for signs of non-human intelligences — signs that might indicate that the subject of their search might be closer to home than they think.
Ben Moss is Chief Field Investigator for MUFON, in Virginia. He’s been researching UFOs for over 20 years and is unimpressed with the evidence that aliens are behind ufological phenomena, Now, he’s taking a fresh look at the classic Socorro UFO event, known as Project Blue Book’s best unsolved case. Let’s see what he’s found–and then let’s see where else this conversation takes us!