From: Steven Kaeser <steve.nul> Date: Thu, 12 May 2011 19:38:34 -0400 Archived: Fri, 13 May 2011 04:38:51 -0400 Subject: Re: More On Abductee Home Monitoring >From: Jack Brewer <brewer.jack.nul> >To: post.nul >Date: Thu, 12 May 2011 08:05:54 -0700 (PDT) >Subject: Re: More On Abductee Home Monitoring >>From: Eleanor White <ewraven1.nul> >>To: post.nul >>Date: Tue, 10 May 2011 17:43:07 -0400 >>Subject: More On Abductee Home Monitoring >>I received a private email from someone who had read my comments >>about the CUFOS abductee home monitoring project. I'm repeating >>my reply to that email because in my private reply, I outline >>some experiences and possibilities for future abductee >>monitoring experiments. >Here is my reply: ><snip> >Hello All, >I agree, Ms. White, that monitoring individuals such as self- >described alien abductees and victims of electronic harassment >are worthy courses of investigation. I was very disappointed in >the manner the Ambient Monitoring Project, or AMP, was >ultimately handled. I would like to offer the following info in >an effort to help answer some very relevant questions about the >project that have been brought up by various people in recent >emails. >The project evolved over several years and was once titled the >Abductee Monitoring Project. The following presentation >demonstrates that abductions were indeed reported during data- >gathering phases of the project and that the equipment did not >malfunction (see page 13): >http://tinyurl.com/3jedr7j >A thorough explanation of the AMP methodology, as presented by >project director Tom Deuley, was published in the July, 2008, >MUFON Journal: >http://tinyurl.com/3o355uw >Public availability and disclosure of the data is indeed in >order. Actually, it is long overdue. You should make your case with the UFO Research Coalition and see if they can release the actual diaries kept by the subjects. It was extremely difficult to find any subjects willing to open up their lives to the equipment. Somehow, I think that to release details of their sleep periods for public scrutiny, would perhaps cause problems for future efforts and cooperation from abduction researchers. There seems to be some idea that abductees really want this kind of research to validate their situation, but I've certainly not found that to be true. Finding willing subjects was probably the most difficult part of this effort, and not the technical aspect that Tom worked on. Without the diaries, the environmental readings don't mean much . . . and I think it's pretty clear that there was no "WOW" event to spark curiousity. I would agree that this type of project could be of value, but not if it takes so long to complete that that technology advances to the point where it becomes meaningless. This will take deep pockets to pay for it, and make radical changes in the scope of the Project as deemed necessary due to changing circumstances. As we've learned, those who come to the genre with deep pockets often have their own agenda that needs to be taken into account. If they begin to lose interest, a Project can be left high and dry, with no future. Steve 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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