Visitor essay by Eric Worrall
The CIA has lastly surrendered after a long time of FOI requests from UFO lovers, and handed over all their information (minus a bunch of redactions).
The CIA’s ‘complete’ assortment of UFO information has been made accessible so that you can sigh at
Is that The X-Information theme we hear?
Richard Currie Wed 13 Jan 2021 // 12:30 UTC
Everybody wants a pastime, and for one John Greenewald Jr that’s archiving declassified US authorities paperwork on his web site, The Black Vault, which has this week printed what the CIA claims is all the things it has on UFOs.
Although Greenewald is fast to level on the market’s no approach of verifying that assertion, the gathering is exhaustive with 2,780 hand-scanned pages of sighting experiences, anecdotes, and musings from everywhere in the world in wildly various ranges of element and high quality.
Introducing the info dump, Greenewald stated that the battle to get his mitts on the paperwork dates again to 1996.
“Initially, the CIA would solely launch about 1,000 pages that had been beforehand disclosed after a [Freedom of Information Act] courtroom case within the 1980s. They by no means addressed the information that have been dated within the years after the case,” he wrote.
“The Black Vault spent years combating for them, and lots of have been launched within the late 1990s. Nevertheless, over time, the CIA made a CD-ROM assortment of UFO paperwork, which encompassed the unique information, together with those that took years to combat for.”
Learn extra: https://www.theregister.com/2021/01/13/ufo_records_declassified/
The UFO dump is out there right here.
I had a fast flip by way of the paperwork. Sadly I didn’t discover any blueprints for alien starships, chilly fusion units or time machines.