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stereologist

https://noriohayakawa.wordpress.com/2019/06/06/the-pentagons-ufos-how-a-multimedia-entertainment-company-created-a-ufo-news-story/

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One seriously wonders why, if unknown objects were supposedly seen “almost daily” for nearly a year, and hung around “all day,” we don’t have overwhelming video, photographic, and instrumental evidence of them, removing all doubt about their appearance and behavior?  In reality, all we see are the same three blurry infrared videos promoted by TTSA, over and over again.  This makes no sense at all.  Doesn’t the Navy have any cameras, radar and other surveillance equipment?

That's a great question. Where are better videos?

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In other words, in 2004 the Nimitz Carrier Strike Group got its radar upgrade, and soon was reporting “unidentified objects”, including the Tic Tac.  In 2014-15, Carrier Air Wing One got its radar upgrade, and soon they, too, were reporting UFOs galore.  One could interpret this to mean that the radars had finally gotten powerful enough to detect the UFOs that had long been knocking about.  But a more prudent interpretation is that the radars had gotten powerful enough to begin detecting birds, small balloons, insect clouds, ice crystals, windborne debris, and various other things found in the atmosphere.  Arguing in favor of the latter interpretation is that these radars are apparently no longer detecting anomalous objects, which itself is extremely significant.  It suggests that, in all likelihood, after being puzzled by anomalous objects appearing on the new radar, the operators finally figured out what was happening, and no longer are troubled by anomalies.

Curious how working with a radar brings familiarity with its operation and a better ability to understand what it shows.

Another case of different interpretation of instrumentation can be seen in MRIs where a study in Denmark determined that researchers interpreted scans of a pig heart differently and measured pig hearts with a 40% range of sizes. The reason - there was a wide range of interpretation as to what was seen on the MRI.

It looks like the radar operators had a wild range of ideas of what was seen when they first used the upgraded radar systems.

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stereologist

https://noriohayakawa.wordpress.com/2019/06/06/the-pentagons-ufos-how-a-multimedia-entertainment-company-created-a-ufo-news-story/

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Here is a comment from Jim Oberg:

June 5, 2019 at 7:21 am

The ‘5 observables’ allegedly demonstrated by the bizarre events reported by Navy pilots are NOT ‘observations’, they are INTERPRETATIONS of what the raw observations might mean.  What IS ‘observable’ is that the author of the list knows less than zero about the proper function of a military intelligence officer or any investigator of unknown causes of eyewitness perceptions, which is to observe and record, NOT to interpret or explain.  To jump to such interpretations preemptively is a notorious intellectual fallacy that REAL investigators have learned must be avoided because once formulated, an explanatory theory can subconsciously flavor the interpretation of new evidence, and even skew the direction of follow-on research, and through lines of questioning, even skew the memories of direct witnesses.  As NTSB accident investigators know, pilots are among the MOST susceptible witnesses to memory editing, probably because of their entirely proper professional instinct to reach fast assessments of unusual observations in terms of potential hazard to themselves.  This is a very valuable bias in terms of flight safety, at the cost of dispassionate intellectual curiosity.

As many others have observed, the TTSA is incompetent and wants to paints a false picture of events.

I suppose that is what a for profit company does when they are in the entertainment business.

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stereologist

It is true that I did not directly post a link to a video in this thread and I am not going to now. There is no reason to do that.

The material has been presented and that is the case.

Fravor did state what was reported in two of the links I used. He has called Day out for making ridiculous remarks that are as Fravor so politely puts it - non-factual.

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The facts of the case include the interview given by Kevin Day that has been presented in this thread that claim a video was seen by Day that clearly showed a flying saucer. By this I mean a classic flying saucer shape. This is but one of the issues Fravor has with Kevin Day.

Other issues according to Fravor:

  • Day could not have recorded the drop he claims to have seen on the radar screen.
  • There were not the hundreds of sightings as claimed by Day.

There are other items as well, but this makes for 3 issues that has caused Fravor to publicly state that Kevin Day is putting out as Knapp says, BS.

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