Sunday, November 27, 2016
Unidentified Aerial Phenomena and new research: Q & A with Diana Walsh Pasulka and Jacques Vallee | OUPblog
The study we just concluded is the product of a group of specialists (scholars, historians, researchers of ufology, archivists) linked through the Internet in an exchange managed by my colleague Chris Aubeck. The work builds on the intersection of classical scholarship and modern computer media to assess historical cases of extraordinary phenomena. In that sense the process is very similar to research in the history of religions, with the added benefit that the emerging patterns of ancient UFO sightings can be compared to modern reports.
This is weird.