UFO Conjectures

Tuesday, April 05, 2022

What we know and what we don't

This issue deals with Electronic Warfare, artificial intelligence, electric propulsion, and electro-magnetic systems for aircraft.

The articles always cover known, unclassified, advanced systems in the military arsenals. Drones are a mainstay of pieces in the magazine.

The magazine tells me that there is a lot more, not being written about, or acknowledged.

General UFO enthusiasts don't pursue such material -- it isn't kinky enough -- and the few experts in military warfare are at the fringe of interest by ufologists.

The topics clarify and decrease much that passes for the UFO phe- nomenon, which passes for serious discussion of the phenomenon by such distractions of TheDebief or Warzone et cetera that take us into the weeds with items that have nothing to do with UFOs per see except as mimicry.

By that, I mean we are led astray by material and discourse that is not relevant to the real enigma: flying saucers....not UAP or drones or aerodynamic aircraft said to be developed from scratch or back-engineering of alleged crashed or downed UFOs.



  • The tone of the first Tic-Tac-related articles published by The War Zone was accepting of the UFO possibility, on an equal footing to the usual mundane theories. That changed quickly with further reports pushing the earthly adversary UAP angle. I assume the lack of solid confirmation from sources that these things were off the charts forced them into a more conservative editorial stance, and they were already prone to follow the UAP lead since that's their bubble. The pro-UFO news outlets get bogged down in minutia and the contrived fight between UFO-UAP news space, and all of them end up butting up against the wall of lack of data that could break the log jam.

    By Blogger Ron, at Tuesday, April 05, 2022  

  • I agree, Ron.

    But the internecine struggles to "break the case" are taking the topic way off course.

    It's getting murkier and murkier.


    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Tuesday, April 05, 2022  

  • Speaking about breaking the case, whatever happened to investigative journalism? After Watergate, every broadcast and news entity had an office didicated to that. Today, there's no money for it and no time when your deadline is five minutes ago.

    By Blogger Ron, at Tuesday, April 05, 2022  

  • Social media has sapped the life out of news media.

    It's all about advertising and the capitalistic drive to greed. (Don't get me started, Ronald.)


    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Tuesday, April 05, 2022  

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