UFO Identification Process
There is a wide variety of natural explanations for things we see in the sky that are easy to misinterpret.
La búsqueda de evidencia negativa
A todo el mundo le gustan los misterios. Resuelva uno en el campo científico y enseguida vendrán los elogios.
The Search for Negative Evidence
By their nature, paranormal claims depend not on positive but negative evidence, by which proponents attempt to use mysteries (“the unexplained”) to support their beliefs. In contrast, scientists seek to use positive evidence to solve mysteries.
Alien Lights? At Phoenix, Stephenville, and Elsewhere: A Postmortem
Investigations show that famous nighttime “alien light” sightings were all due to objects in the sky, but not the extraterrestrial spacecraft UFO enthusiasts imagined.
Mount Rainier: ‘Saucer Magnet’
Mount Rainier isn’t just where seminal UFO figure Kenneth Arnold saw “flying saucers” in 1947; the majestic mountain actually plays a more direct role in saucerology.
The Valentich Disappearance: Another UFO Cold Case Solved
What did he see? The missing piece of the puzzle in a strange ‘UFO’ case involving the crash of a young pilot off Australia has been identified.
Treatise on Invisible Beings
Allegedly invisible entities—popular belief notwithstanding—are indistinguishable from imaginary beings.