From: Dave Haith <visions1.nul> Date: Fri, 4 Feb 2011 19:11:06 -0000 Archived: Sat, 05 Feb 2011 08:04:59 -0500 Subject: UFO Cover-Ups As University Master Thesis I've excerpted this from the link below Dave Haith ----- http://tinyurl.com/4ad89k8 One Student's Quest For UFO Truth Oregon State University student Harriet Bridges is "into UFOs" because she's completing a master thesis, titled "UFO Cover-ups throughout the 20th and 21st Century." Bridges chose the topic because Corvallis and the surrounding area have experienced numerous UFO sightings, going back to the 19th century when pioneers wrote letters about "strangers in the heavens." Moreover, Bridges has unearthed a group of Oregon UFO event posters from the 1960's and 70's that point to ET popularity that's now, for a number of reasons, is on the comeback. "I've done some extensive research and writing about UFOs because it's of interest to me and important part of my master's degree program," asserts Bridges with a serious look on her face. "As far as what UFO files WikiLeaks may have, it's most likely tied to a series of UFO sightings in eastern Russia in 1977 that lasted until 1981 with the United States and many European nations working with Soviet UFO researchers on a project titled: =91Observations of Anomalous Atmospheric Phenomena in the USSR: A Statistical Analysis.' This UFO report has numerous connections with high ranking scientific officials in the U.S., in Europe and in the United Nations. It's fascinating," she says. According to Freedom of Information Act and National Achieves documents, Bridges found the Soviet UFO report under "UFOlogy in the Soviet Union." The report pointed to a "major UFO controversy in 1967 where U.S. officials were in conflict with their Soviet counterparts about what UFO files and information they would release to the public. Moreover, Bridges found an official 1974 report from the USSR Academy of Sciences are "real" in a mathematically provable sense. Translated, the title of the report is "Observations of Anomalous Atmospheric Phenomena in the USSR: A Statistical Analysis." The main author was Dr. Lev Gindilis of the Shternberg State Astronomical Institute in Moscow. Hughes said the report was approved for official publication by Academician Nikolay Kardashev, one of the USSR's top experts in SETI, the Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence and dubbed the "Gindilis Report." According to National Archives notes, a copy of this secret -- WikiLeaks type of document -- was smuggled out of the Soviet Union and found its way to the French government's official UFO research group, titled "GEPAN." At the same time, the files point to Dr. J. Allen Hynek reviewing the GEPAN copy that was also reviewed by famed NASA scientist Dr. Richard Haines at the Ames Research Center in California. Haines then had it translated and then reproduced with a plan for public release. However, NASA printed a warning on the front of its file copies of the translation: "This copy is for internal use of NASA personnel and any reference to this paper must be to the original foreign source." Access to file copies was restricted to NASA and contractor personnel. In brief, both Hynek and Haines and other leading American UFO experts, said the Soviet report was "earth breaking," and "proof" that UFOs are a serious national security issue. "They buried this report, and there's a sort of dead end to whatever happened to Gindilis," says Hughes who is set to complete her thesis work. At the same time, she's concerned that WikiLeaks UFO information will suffer the same fate and be both protected and buried by government officials. Listen to 'Strange Days... Indeed' - The PodCast At: http://www.virtuallystrange.net/ufo/sdi/program/ These contents above are copyright of the author and UFO UpDates - Toronto. They may not be reproduced without the express permission of both parties and are intended for educational use only.
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