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Introduction

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Anomalistic Observational Phenomena

Why call Unidentified Flying Objects AOP?  Because UFO has become synonymous with ET spaceship in the minds of the general public and the Media, and Unidentified means unidentified.  Therefore, a name change is required in order to disassociate logic and reason from fantasy and delusion.  An acceptable alternate name is Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon, or UAP.

Why study AOP?  Because they exist, and most scientists refuse to study them for fear of being ridiculed.  That doesn't make sense.  Since when is scientific discovery ridiculous?  Scientists should realize that the scientific method, if combined with current technology (COTS or commercial off the shelf technology), can and will provide answers.  UFOlogy can never provide answers, because it is a failed paradigm based on anecdotes and reckless speculation.  SETV (Search for ExtraTerrestrial Visitation) was born in an attempt to fill the void of scientific ignorance with hard facts and data.

Scientific data from multiple sources of instrumentation are required to accurately identify AOP.  With each new piece of relevant data, the number of alternative explanations decreases until there is one and only one possible explanation.  Verification with recorded data is the key to changing UFO to IFO.


Links to Web Pages on the Subject
by Cornet and Others

 

Manta Ray Sightings

A Performance over Red Bank, NJ - 1997

If Here, How Would ETI Communicate? - 1993

Manta Ray fires its multi-colored strobes - 1997

Manta Ray Performs for Skywatch Group - 1994

Mimicry may be the Objective of ETI Triangular and Diamond-shaped Probes - 2000

New Manta Ray Sighting Over New York - 2003

The Cemetery Sighting: "Oh sure!" - 1992

The Manta Ray - 1993

The Performance - 1993

The Snaking Manta Fly-By - 1995

Weird Sound defies Doppler law - 1996

Reversed Doppler - 2004


Other Sightings

Shot, Implanted, and Tracked by Aliens?

Massenutten Mountain Abduction 1993

A Continuing History of Sightings of Triangular-shaped Craft in the Wallkill River Valley of New York State

A Critical Analysis of the Orb Phenomenon by Bruce Maccabee

Argues Cornet: Ufology succeeds at failure

Cornet Answers The Skeptics: The Landings

Do Large Airplanes Land in Farm Fields at Night?

Dozens of AOP Converge on Hill and Disappear into Ground

Equipment and Instruction for Investigating AOP Scientifically

Estimate of the Situation 2000: The Black Triangles by Harv Howard (c) 2000  hhoward@ecpi.com

False Airplanes and Aircraft Mimics

FT over Richmond, VA - Video by Carl Lynch

It's Happening Again!

Mystery C-5 Disappearing Act

No Paul, That's Not Correct!

Plasma Orbs

Reports of Westchester Wing sightings in 1984-1985 as it passed 150 feet above witnesses!

Special Agent 707

Spectacular Pictures of an American Airlines Jetliner Making an Erroneous Landing Attempt in a Farmers Field

The 6 August '92 mini-Flap over Orange County, New York

The Ascent

The Escort

The Experiment

The Illusion

The Laser Beam AOP Encounter

The Pine Bush Boomerang

The Signal

The Transformation

Unusual Phenomena Recorded at Jewish Cemetery


Power Point Presentations

Unconventional Aircraft and Their Performances

Part I  (170 files, 7 megs)

Part II (167 files, 11 megs)

Part II expanded (318 files, 25 megs)

The Cydonia Earth-Mars Connection
(521 files, 43 megs)

New Update: History Channel documentary appeared on 26 March 2008: UFO Vortexes. http://shop.history.com/?v=history_show_ufo-hunters

History Channel UFO Hunters 108 UFO Vortexes 2008-1.avi
http://v.mcomet.com/detail/3371903/

[HST] UFO Hunters - UFO Vortexes
http://www.torrentz.com/9c94dde8415de6f75afc85297907fc28c7602094

Filename Speed
HST UFO Hunters UFO Vortexes Full Release (436kb/sec)
HST UFO Hunters UFO Vortexes Full Version (916kb/sec)

Evidence For An Underground Magnetic Focusing System
A 430 million-year-old triangular robotic probe entombed in marine black shale - now only seven feet below the surface.
(95 files, 2.65 megs)


Bruce Cornet webmaster bcornet@monmouth.com; bcornet@hughes.net
This web page was last updated on 10/29/2008